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Discussion in 'Social Life, Food & Drink, Travel' started by Piobaire, Aug 27, 2012.
Most of Berlin is fugly.
I had a dream that I lived on Budapest once.
As in Live out the rest of your days, or just Stay a Few Years. I could go anywhere for a few years, provided there was a decent metro area within an hour. Well, anywhere but Newark.
As for The Rest of My Days, I expect it will be in South Texas.
I think Switzerland would be an amazing place to live.
Flying over the rocky mountains in BC, it looked really nice too. I hear Kelowna is really nice.
Switzerland is pretty different from North to South, East to West. Which mentality do you prefer -- German, French, Italian or "East-European"?
I could live in Bangkok..........for a few years..
I'm sure I could name a few more.
You don't want to live in Bangkok. I just got back from there for a month. It's such a dirty city and the humidity is unbelievable.
Lake Como or Paris or some town on the Chilean coast.
I'd be fine to spend the rest of my days in Louisville.
For peace and quiet, Paro, Thimphu or Luang Prabang. For hustle and bustle... Shanghai or Istanbul.
Although I'd like to move from here in the near future and try my luck abroad, I'd add DC has a dream city. I don't have any major complaints with it and I could see myself settling here. However not for a good while.
I currently live in Prague, and I'm really comfortable here, but if I had to choose another destination it would be one of the cleaner coastal (lakes are fine too ^^) cities.
Zurich – love Switzerland, prefer the german speaking parts, otherwise my 2nd choice would be Geneva
Vancouver – close to the USA, nice climate, one of the cleanest cities with a beautiful landscape
Livorno – coastal city in Italy, close to Tuscany, close to Milan and close to Rome, also it's not as big
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