Well, since my Spanish is extremely crappy after 20 years of un-use, I'm really limited.
We almost moved to Ireland for hubby's job a few years back (disappointing that it didn't work out, I'd love for my kids to have an opportunity to live in a different country, like I got to when I was a kid), and have almost moved to Canada (Alberta and BC) a couple of times.
I think I would like the Vancouver, BC area. I greatly enjoyed living in Gloucestershire as a kid. It would be nice to live somewhere where we did not have to pay $1000/mo out of pocket for shitty catastrophic-only medical coverage but I dunno, there's always trade offs. I love the climate of the maritime PacNW USA; so for me to enjoy myself I'd probably have to stick to certain parts of the UK and Canada.
While the climate is a bit too cold for me to like it in winter, I also wouldn't mind living in South Korea (but I guess from a 'safety' point of view that might not be the best decision
), since I have a ton of friends there and love the culture (and food!).
I don't have any illusions that there is some 'perfect place' out there for me. For all its faults, the US is a pretty mild and easy place to live. And I know there are assholes in every city on the planet, and something I'm going to find fault with everywhere too. I've met more rude, mean assholes in rural areas than I did living DT in a big city. So even the idea of city vs. country is shot for me.
Pick a place where you are comfortable and where you like it. I think I could make do just about anywhere, but really Seattle is just my favoritest place ever.