Aniston pines for freedom to travel 'for herself'

Aniston pines for freedom to travel 'for herself'

Jennifer Aniston has a special list of places she wants to visit by herself so she can experience the local culture without the pressure of work.

She told Stylist magazine: "I travel a lot for work but I need to start travelling more for myself – it’s really important to me. You’d be shocked at my list of places I want to go. I want to go to India, Bali and I would love to go to Italy – I’ve never been to Florence or to Venice. I also want to go to Thailand and Fiji - a lot of places!"

Despite her lengthy list of places to visit, Jennifer is always happy to make a trip to Paris, because she loves everything about the French capital.

When asked what her top travel destination is, the 41-year-old actress said: “Paris, definitely. I love the people, the elegance, and the beauty of it. I stayed years ago at a little boutique hotel, I couldn’t tell you the name of it now, only that it wasn’t one of the big fancy ones.

"I’ve always liked those little quaint places that make you feel like you’re in someone’s apartment, rather than at a hotel.”

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