Best places to live; you have lived, or will be moving to?

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    Feb 07, 2012 4:25 PM GMT
    Got tired of seeing how bad this city, or that city is; so here's a thread for you to post the names of the cities you lived in; live in now and are considering moving to!

    I've already moved from Tucson, AZ to Charleston, SC; though I'd prefer to move to Boston, Chicago, Portland or Denver!

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    Feb 07, 2012 4:41 PM GMT
    I've lived in Orlando, Charlotte, Atlanta, Denver, Dallas and San Diego... All where/are good places to live...
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    Feb 07, 2012 4:43 PM GMT
    Best place to live in my experience is by far Sydney, I have had the opportunity to live in several cities but Sydney is just amazing.
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    Feb 07, 2012 4:44 PM GMT
    So far for me it's Vancouver. Fell in love when I was young, and I keep going back. Hopefully I can move there one day.
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    Feb 07, 2012 5:09 PM GMT
    RoughriderTitan11 saidSo far for me it's Vancouver. Fell in love when I was young, and I keep going back. Hopefully I can move there one day.


    Canada has always intrigued me. You got so many hotties up there, but it's so cold out, they're all covered up with sweaters and jackets. Where would I find you hotties on the beach?
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    Feb 08, 2012 12:56 AM GMT
    Looking to move to New York City this year. Just need a job and roommate(s). Minor details. Up there every week right now for a class though and love the excitement/amenities.

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    Feb 08, 2012 1:08 AM GMT
    I like where I live. It has a nice balance of living almost surrounded by a national forest while being not that far from the city. We have lots of wildlife, a seasonal creek that goes through the development and a river that normally runs most of the year. We get waterfalls along the canyon walls when it rains heavily. Lots of hiking and biking trails , with one going all the way to the Ocean. I can get to Pasadena in 20 minutes. Downtown Los Angeles, Knotts Berry Farm, Universal Studios, or Disneyland in about 40 minutes. The West Hollywood, Magic Mountain, Glen Ivy Hot Springs, or a beach in a little over an hour (depending on the beach - 1.5 hr to laguna). And living in a metropolitan area (Los Angeles County), there are always tons of things to do, including many art centers, galleries, and museums. And I have some great neighbors. It is not the best city to live in, but it is good enough for me.

    Home values have dropped to 2002 prices (not good for me) which is when they first started building them.

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    Feb 08, 2012 1:20 AM GMT
    knowwonder said
    RoughriderTitan11 saidSo far for me it's Vancouver. Fell in love when I was young, and I keep going back. Hopefully I can move there one day.


    Canada has always intrigued me. You got so many hotties up there, but it's so cold out, they're all covered up with sweaters and jackets. Where would I find you hotties on the beach?


    ha very funny - Vancouver isn't as cold as the rest of Canada icon_biggrin.gif

    as for where I will be living in the future... most likely still here in Vancouver but Denver has recently sparked my interest
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    Feb 08, 2012 1:36 AM GMT
    knowwonder said
    RoughriderTitan11 saidSo far for me it's Vancouver. Fell in love when I was young, and I keep going back. Hopefully I can move there one day.


    Canada has always intrigued me. You got so many hotties up there, but it's so cold out, they're all covered up with sweaters and jackets. Where would I find you hotties on the beach?



    there's a swimming beach in vancouver….
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    Feb 08, 2012 1:38 AM GMT
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    knowwonder said
    RoughriderTitan11 saidSo far for me it's Vancouver. Fell in love when I was young, and I keep going back. Hopefully I can move there one day.


    Canada has always intrigued me. You got so many hotties up there, but it's so cold out, they're all covered up with sweaters and jackets. Where would I find you hotties on the beach?


    ha very funny - Vancouver isn't as cold as the rest of Canada icon_biggrin.gif

    as for where I will be living in the future... most likely still here in Vancouver but Denver has recently sparked my interest


    Loved Denver! Most sunny days out of the year! My older gay/bi brother lives there with his hubsy. I love the atmosphere!
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    Feb 08, 2012 1:39 AM GMT
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    knowwonder said
    RoughriderTitan11 saidSo far for me it's Vancouver. Fell in love when I was young, and I keep going back. Hopefully I can move there one day.


    Canada has always intrigued me. You got so many hotties up there, but it's so cold out, they're all covered up with sweaters and jackets. Where would I find you hotties on the beach?



    there's a swimming beach in vancouver….


    I'll have to put Vancouver on my places to see on this continent before I die! Love me some Canadian hotties, anytime of the year!
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    Feb 08, 2012 1:40 AM GMT
    Fiyero27 saidLooking to move to New York City this year. Just need a job and roommate(s). Minor details. Up there every week right now for a class though and love the excitement/amenities.



    New York is the top! If anything I will certainly make sure I live in New York, for a portion of my life. Don't care how old I have to be do it.
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    Feb 08, 2012 1:47 AM GMT
    Most beautiful and Fun Cities in the US..


    San Francisco- Best city to be gay

    Los Angeles- only place where you can go skiing in the mountains and surfing at the beach in the same day

    Chicago- A fun east coast big city, but still somewhat more affordable than NYC and big but not overwhelming.

    Vancouver BC-- Absolutely beautiful city, so clean and so many outdoor activities, great place to live. Very culturally diverse and accepting of gays


    Best Cities in the World

    Beirut Lebanon- Also referred to as the "Paris of the middle east" Very active gay scene, very progressive, and the most beautiful men and women on the face of planet earth.


    Split, Croatia- amazing fun city ,along with other cities along the Croatian coastline, amazing seafood, friendly people, and very handsome men.


    Buenos Aires, Argentina- European and South American, people are multi lingual, many Germans, Italians, Spanish, very modern and yet very historic. Great BBQ and cuisine, the best wine in the universe.


    Singapore- Probably the most clean place I have ever been to in my life. Very diverse, friendly people and good food.



    Istanbul, Turkey- Endlessly fascinating: Secular. The only muslim country in the world that has the separation of Religion and State built into its constitution and enforced by the military.

    The joke in the middle east is that Istanbul is " Al Qaeda meets West Hollywood." You have gay bars, nude beaches, topless women on the beach, and then you have fully veiled women, men in beards and observant muslims. You have the grand bazaar and ultra modern architecture, mosques, etc. You can really see the contrast between east and west.