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post #46 of 76
Ireland
post #47 of 76
VANCOUVER!

Can't believe no one's mentioned it yet. It's beautiful, the people are fit, friendly and smart, great food, mountains and beach within within minutes. Just came back from the city and could not believe how quickly the people voluntarily cleaned up after the riot.
post #48 of 76
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VANCOUVER!

Can't believe no one's mentioned it yet. It's beautiful, the people are fit, friendly and smart, great food, mountains and beach within within minutes. Just came back from the city and could not believe how quickly the people voluntarily cleaned up after the riot.

Yup,the only city outside of Europe I would consider moving to,loved it there.

Nice
Monaco
Budapest
London but only if I could afford to live in an upmarket area like Chiswick,Muswell Hill,Kensington.
post #49 of 76
I am very happy where I am. if I were going to chose a place, anyplace in the world, to live for the rest of my life, it is right where I am. I am planning on retiring in Cartegena, in Colombia. if I were going to live in a few places for 1-2 years, Singapore, Prague, Paris, London, Tel Aviv, Beunos Ares. that last list not so much because they are the best places in the world, but because they are good places to take kids to, and that I'd like my kids to see.

I've lived in some cool places in the world, but it is very differnt when you are young and single.
post #50 of 76
Stockholm. Maybe in a few years.
post #51 of 76
Akureyri.
post #52 of 76
London - Cheyne Walk
Tuscany - Siena or somewhere rural
West Dorset - ideally overlooking the sea
post #53 of 76
Tokyo.
post #54 of 76
London or New York. There's always stuff happening, plus places don't close at 10 like in Boston
post #55 of 76
Paris - somewhere near Avenue Montaigne
Seoul - high rises in Apgu/CheongDam overlooking the Han river
Los Angeles - downtown near LA Live
Chicago - Wicker Park area
post #56 of 76
Turks and Caicos or some Western Caribbean Island
post #57 of 76
Paris I guess or Italy perhaps.
post #58 of 76
Luxembourg...very nice, yet under the radar
post #59 of 76
Just a quick scan, but surprised that I'll be the first one to mention San Francisco. Lots going on, nice weather (at least in the greater bay area) and more manageable than nyc.
post #60 of 76
I think I'd go for London. Good questions though.
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