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Hi there, how would I say the following phrase in Spanish: Mexico, it was beautiful. Next stop Italy.

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    México, que era precioso. Siguiente Italia parada.

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    Thank you MathMat, also is this the correct way to say, "hope to be back soon" in Spanish, "esperamos volver pronto"

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    México, era precioso. Próxima estación, Italia.

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