All three cities are great indeed. Nothing can beat NY in my opinion. Well, maybe Rome but that’s also debatable. Each city has its own problems. I lived in Brooklyn, NY and I loved my time there. I knew everyone in my neighborhood and felt at home from my first few months there. I would happily go back and live there if it weren’t for the pricey rents and how busy the city is.
Very nice! That area is very beautiful. Italy and Greece too. Wish you can achieve that dream man.
Definitely a hassle, I agree. London? Mmmm interesting. I never been to London but in my head I’ve always thought of it as a gloomy city. Hopefully I’ll visit soon and get to judge.
It is grey, that is for sure. And grey can be gloomy. But the city is very vibrant. Not as vibrant, dense, and alive as NY, let's say, but it's calmer, a bit less noisy (without all the skyscrapers to trap the sound), and I just love the tonnes and tonnes of parks and green trees everywhere (which obviously happen because of the rain/gloom), amidst beautiful old architecture, and many neighbourhoods to walk through. It's charming, but not pedestrian. Highly recommend it.
Berlin is a beautiful city. I’ve been twice and for some weird reason it reminded me of NYC. They’re so different, yet some neighborhoods had the same vibes. If i spoke German, I would’ve lived there for longer but I only stayed for 3 months or a little more.
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I’ve never been to Vancouver myself but I have friends there and they love it. True though, very expensive. But I totally get what you’re saying man. Too much nutcases in America.
It’s fucking Bananaland over here bro lmao
It is! Yuuuge mess
I’ve been there once. Historical city for sure.
Nailed it. :D
Is it really that good? Been there only a couple times when i was little.
@nodnol32 im considering moving there in the future, going to visit in the summer too
Oh wow. You're from London yeah?
@nodnol32 close to London
Alright cool. All the best :)
I’ve never been! Hopefully one day
Seems like that’s a common sentiment lol
What’s special about these three states that you can highlight? I never been to Louisiana but I’m dying to visit New Orleans.
What would your ideal city be?
Somewhere rural, so not a city at all lol
I grew up in a rural area, never wanted to live in a city, moved to a city anyway, and have confirmed that I don't like the city 😂
I lived in big cities almost all my life, and I get what you’re saying. It’s not for everybody. It’s definitely an added stress.
I feel you bro