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Top cities to live in around the world

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Posted: 2003-01-06 12:06:00   

Hi everybody,

well, my favorite city would be Toronto, ON.

Just love this place!

Yeah, it's right Boston wouldn't be bad as well to live in.

And if I wanted to stay in Europe, I think I would go with Paris.

Barcelona isn't bad though but I love France more than Spain.


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Posted: 2003-01-10 01:56:00   


Lover of just five things - travelling, photography, thick crust pizzas, the xy-chromosomes, the Italians and the Dutch. Well, I can't count, so?

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Posted: 2003-01-10 20:04:00   


Just some correction about Shanghai

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Posted: 2003-01-31 19:32:00   

Hi guys,

I thought I'd put my bit in too.

I nearly always fall in love with any city i live in but over the last 2 years, 2 cities have pulled me. Varanasi in India (I bawled when I left there) and Shanghai in China,I left a part of me there too.

I have found a good site to be haven't got a link for Varanasi yet though


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Posted: 2003-11-09 02:41:00   

Prague!! probably the most beautifully unspoilt city in europe.

Now for cities not to live in, i could tell you a few.

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Posted: 2003-11-11 17:44:00   


I'm from Stavanger on the south-west coast of Norway. Even if the weather is bad here, taxes are high, gas/car and alcohol prices are ridiculous etc, I would not like to live anywhere else. But if I had to move I think that I would choose to move to Cape Town in South Africa. It is a beautiful city and it is close to the ocean (just like here in Stavanger :-). Bangkok is another interesting city that it would be fun to live in for a while...totally different compared to back home.



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Posted: 2003-11-14 21:51:00   

well... it's obvious what mine would be, Kathmandu... and i make no apologies for being repetative! It's a dirty, poor, rat infested, dusty, military ran place full of desparation, BUT I LOVE IT! the people are so warm and friendly, i got to know everyone from the street kids to the business owners and they all treated me even better than my own family! I miss it everyday im not there and it's the only place i've left everytime in tears!!

Would you risk it, for a biscuit?

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Posted: 2004-04-16 07:54:00   


My favorite place to live in would be Mumbai on the West Coast of India. I fell in love with this city when i went there this February to participate in the first 'Mumbai International Marathon', I went there just to run and come back in 5 days but I ended spending a whole week there. I loved the diverse culture, secure & happening night life, variety of restaurents, beaches, european setup in the old parts of Mumbai, the long roads alongside the sea for list will go on.

But the best part of this place is the people, they are very co-oporative and caring...One day I'll have a house just next to the sea in Mumbai. But till then I'll miss Mumbai everyday...


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Posted: 2004-08-12 00:09:00   

Favourite cities...hmmm

1. San Diego -- anyone who's visited this city knows what I'm talking about.

2. Tokyo -- one of the craziest places on earth!

3. Las Vegas -- need I say more?

4. Yokohama -- all the best of Tokyo without the worst of Tokyo.

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Posted: 2004-08-21 22:05:00   

To my mind the best cities are:




With all its sham, drudgery and broken dreams it's still abeautiful world.Be cheerful! Strive to be happy!

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