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Thread: In which city would you like to live, and why ?

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    Rome isn't one the happiest cities of the world. At all. It's impossible... Romans are in the middle of a nightmare of disastrous administration, aggressive and uncivilized residents and guests, often interrupted, and highly dysfunctional, public services. I've been to Rome several times in the last 4 years and every time I went there, I found a worsening. Romans are fairly desperate, they want change and often revolt (civilly) against their local administration.
    I live in a coastal city and I like it. Anyways, if I had to leave, I wouldn't mind living in a city with no access to the sea, but close to beautiful landascapes, such as mountains, lakes etc. Turin, for example, or some town of Bavaria (Regensburg, etc.), would be ok for me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mars View Post
    if I had to leave, I wouldn't mind living in a city with no access to the sea.
    I agree with you and my second criteria is climate

    Light Green area is excellent for me, such as Po Valley, Georgia and Istanbul.

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    Here I am going to agree with your statement buddy. I am also living in the one city of the USA. I really agree with your thoughts about the USA. By the way would you like to tell me little about you? Are you a traveling freak?? Have you ever visited the USA?

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    San Francisco Bay Area (hometown)
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    London
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    I think living in Ireland would be great - this country has such wonderful nature

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    Vienna- for comfortable life
    Belgrade- for exciting life

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    I'd like to live in Melbourne. It's a city of free people who are not afraid to be themselves, because you'll never bu judged there. The climat there is also perfect for me. And the ocean. Oh, I really want to move there in a few years.

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    I don't know man. I have been to so many places and realized the world ain't all that. I just want to find peace within myself.

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    Thorshavn, Mean yearly sunshine hours: 868.2
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/T%C3%B3rshavn#Climate

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    ^^To each their own: summers where it rarely goes above 55 degrees Fahrenheit is not what I would consider ideal.

    The climate in San Diego is pretty ideal imo, but you have to be brain dead to want to live there. I need a symphony orchestra, opera, the ballet, museums, art galleries, within reach, and a vibrant intellectual scene in general.

    Plus, unfortunately, California as a whole is sinking under the weight of its own stupid governmental decisions.


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    1 members found this post helpful.
    I don't know about city, I prefer more nature , Ireland seems also pretty nice


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