I am now settled down for the afternoon, so I will eleborate London love the "city" (the business district) love the activity, some of my favorite chinese food, great beer, great pub culture, love the way men dress, love the public transport, love the shopping, love the airport (the one that counts, heathrow)and the trains Budapest great archetecture, good food, good enough beer, love the baths, excellent soul. good airport. I used to hub through here a lot and pop into the city for a day at the baths with a massage. Prague one of those cities where you are always surrounded by beuty. also, a place where people will drink beer for breakfast and toast with brandy at 10 am, without seeing anything weird. also, you can never hae too much bread dumpling now, can you? Vienna beuty every where, the opera, the museuams, the coffee shops. Dussledorf personnal favorite - great beer( a specific kind of ale that is only found there. much imitated, never very well) , great city, great river, great museums, an aqarium with lively and happy penguins Bankok temples, massage, food, river travel Mumbai just a wild and crazy city - I once counted 18 different species of animals I saw in one day, some of the best food in the world, some pretty good clubs. and just a lot of wierd shit - slums next to high rise office buildings, cows, pigs, monkeys, the occasional elephant and/or naked holy man on the street. Also, I build my career here, met some very very tough people, lived in some of the best hotels in the world for 3 years, had a blast in general and have some good friends. Tel Aviv my old stomping ground - history built in to a modern city, a city I watched grow up, from having a single tall building to having a fantastic skyline, and city that you can go from beachfront cafe to airport business lounge (after check in) in less than 30 minutes. Paris best food, best museums, and, with all the evils af the french, I still have some effection for those frog eating buggers. Palermo beutiful, great food, no tourists, great opera. honorable mention - bratislava just a very pretty city sofia a pretty city, no tourists, great flea market, fantasticly beutiful women (I am sorry that I never made it there single) Amman vancuver beutiful, coffee culture, mix of outdoors and city philidelphia berlin great city, large but well set up, international, fast moving, good food and coffee, great museums, great culture. stuttgart - city with a great soul. its personna is much like I would like to be - masculine, tough, cultured - a well educated brawler in a nice suit. largest percentage of city is devoted to public culture of any city in germany, great museums, but also several factories and people from stuttgart have reputation in germany as tough guys. cartagena - simple the most beutifull city I have ever seen, fantastic beaches, great fruit, an old world fortress in the new world.