Just curious. I am Minnesotan at the moment, and am going to be a Junior, but trying to do foreign exchange my Senior year. My top three choices were: 1. Germany - I am taking a class to learn German, and this interests me the most because I will learn another language, and it is probably the biggest change in culture. It is also the most expensive, though, and will probably take some adjusting too. 2. Britain - I love the accents, and I would most likely go to London. London has a lot of history, and I could possibly try to get into one of their Universities from there after living in there for a year. This was the middle of the line cost, and I wouldn't learn a new language. 3. Canada - This would be the cheapest, but I've never been there and a change in scenery is the main point of why I want to do foreign exchange in the first place. I am just wondering what some differences between living in the USA, Canada, and Britain is. I haven't left the USA, not even the Midwest, I've only ever gone to Wisconsin, North Dakota, Iowa, and I live in Minnesota and my family doesn't like traveling so that's why I want to do foreign exchange, change in scenery, and just have some fun while working hard in school.