For me it's Paris:
Things I love❤️:
1) The beauty of the city at night ✨
2) The fact that it's a major city so there are many events going on
3) Diversity 💓: You can switch from historical buildings to modern buildings depending on where you go and also diversity of food and people makes it very interesting.
Things I hate 💔:
1) The fact that everything is closed Sunday and things close very early. ( shops, libraries, drugstores, food stores..).😒
2) The weather can be depressing and too rainy/gray quite often🌧🌫☔️
3) Too many dog poops🐩💩
What's your city/state?
Most Helpful Guy
I like: Lots of river beaches for swimming during the summer, it's my birth city and my people, low crime rate.
I dislike: High unemployment rate, polluted air near the industrial zone, political nepotism and corruption when looking for a job.
Most Helpful Girl
1) All the parks. Great for dog people like me. I love the parks here.
2) The variety of food and restaurants here. I love trying new things and I love how most places here have accommodated my dietary restrictions (no peanuts, no milk).
3) The relative safety of the city overall. There are bad neighbourhoods like any other city, but as long as you stay away from them you're good.
1) That it's expensive to live here. Average price for a single family home or condos is about $1 million. In the surrounding suburbs houses average about $800 K. Average rent for a decent apartment is about $2,000 per month. I was lucky to be able to purchase this house at a really low price because of connections and help from my family. I won't be moving for a long time because I can't afford it. Canada in general is pretty expensive.
2) Bare bones subway system. It's good if you live downtown, but it should really be extended out to the suburbs to ease the commutes. An LRT system would be nice.
3) Too many hipsters here for my liking, lol. I don't hate that but the trend is annoying more than anything.
I live in Toronto, Canada.1
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