November 7, 2012 | By Jody Robbins, MSN Travel
Where we’d like to see Bond go next

Could 007 be tempted to visit Canada? Top 10 new locations for Bond.



The town of Iqaluit in the Canadian Arctic is shown at dusk. (© Andy Clark/Newscom/RTR)
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  • The town of Iqaluit in the Canadian Arctic is shown at dusk. (© Andy Clark/Newscom/RTR)
  • Sundown in Sydney is when the action heats up. (© Courtesy of DSRD/Tourism Australia)
  • Icy adventure awaits in Finland. (© Visit Finland)
  • Casino de Montréal (© Courtesy Loto-Québec)
  • Seoul’s frenzied nightlife suits the super-agent. (© Korea Tourism Organization)
  • There’s an arsenal of adventure in the Andes. (© Piotr Menducki)
  • Would Bond rock the boat or face smooth sailing in Dubai? (© Jumeirah Group)
  • 007 is no stranger to stalking prey. (© South Africa Tourism)
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No doubt about it, Bond, James Bond, has gotten around over the past 50 years. He seems comfortable in any environment: From the glittering casinos of Monte Carlo to the frozen slopes of Austria (trivia: the opening scene of “The Spy Who Loved Me,” was actually filmed on Baffin Island (pictured)), plenty of notches have been carved into the globe-trotting agent’s belt (we mean countries, of course). What’s also remarkable are the places he’s never been. With the North American premiere of “Skyfall” on the horizon, here are a few recommendations for where this spy should sip, shoot and shag next.

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