Galen said:Lot's of Jobs? What Berlin are you talking about? Germany is a disaster at the minute. They're hoping the world cup brought in investment though, so we'll see how that pans out.
FlamingGlory said:Lot's of jobs...
Are you high?
FlamingGlory said:And for American cities:
Beautiful Duluth, MN, birthplace of Bob Dylan. The largest and highest volume port on the great lakes. Located next to Lake Superior. More cloudy than Seattle, snows in July. The entire city is built into the side of a CLIFF, east west roads are at about 100% to 150% grade. Cheap real estate, lots of industrial jobs etc.
My personal preference is not to stay in any one place in any case. I dont like Duluth more than I like where I am. I like to move...
Bubbles said:I think I would enjoy living in Rome, or the tuscsan countryside
tre said:I'd move somewhere down along the amalfi coast for sure.
Flamer McDickchugger said:Rome is pretty awesome. It's a living museum. Not every day you get to walk through a 2-3,000 year old town. I just hate the Italian governmental and judicial systems, or I'd think of living there too. Tuscany is amazingly gorgeous. So is Spain, though.
Bubbles said:I'd like to go to spain before I make my final decision. I'd also like to see germany, greece, and the netherlands, and more of france (outside of paris)
My wife loves Spain. She went in high school and had a great time. Very relaxed culture apparently.Bubbles said:I'd like to go to spain before I make my final decision. I'd also like to see germany, greece, and the netherlands, and more of france (outside of paris)
I had considered moving to Colorado at one point, and asked an uncle who had lived there about it.kiwi said:Climate wise I want to live in San Diego, but lots of other factors would have to change first. Otherwise, I absolutely love Colorado Springs, gorgeous city, clean, lots of recreation around. The only problem with Colorado Springs is the winters suck, I'm not a cold person at all, I'd much rather deal with the heat for a couple months than the cold for 5 months.
wonko80 said:I had considered moving to Colorado at one point, and asked an uncle who had lived there about it.
He said people from Colorado can be a little snobby, in the sense of if you're not from Colorado, you aren't as good.
But maybe that has changed in the last few years.
kiwi said:I didn't have that problem while I was there. I was in Pueblo going to school and had a grand time.
Edit: This was in 2000. Also, I'm from Utah, and Utah, unfortunately, IS one of the cliquish states in the US.