1. Your city
2. In a simple yes/no response, do you love your city?
>Yes, I love this place. It has its flaws, as does every place in the world, but every time I go out I live and breathe its atmosphere and I can't imagine myself living anywhere else for the time being
2. Yes, I have everything I need here.
Yes, simply the best all-round city in the world when you combine, scenery, climate, people, living standards, facilities and opportunities.
Oh and I live in the best part of the city, the lower North Shore.
The only sour note is the public transport.
2. Its a beautiful place but I dont like the people whi live here, especially the women. Everyone here thinks they are king shit. I dont really care too much anymore I live happy life in the ineer west.
Seriously how shit is that building in pic related, it's the worst thing about Sydney. You climb the harbour bridge and think "WHO THE FUCK THOUGHT THAT WAS A GOOD IDEA."
1 other gripe I have is the roads and traffic. To get somehwere in sydney you have to go in the opposite direction of where it is. The city expanded too fast to keep up with the population and transport advancements so they just built tods everywhere. Now its the fucking confusing maze.
Wrong turn will mean you will HAVE to drive until the road ends then take the scenic route.
2. Yes, it's a horrible poor shithole but it's my horrible poor shithole.
pic related is the only 'good' looking area in the whole fucking city, the rest is endless commieblocks, thanks WW2.
2. It's fucking awful. The part of Malmö I live is nice, white and rich but the city as whole is shit. I grew up in the middle/north part of Sweden and I'm used to A LOT of snow and rather cold temperatures (up to -15 degrees Celsius). Down here in the very south of Sweden, you'd be happy if you have more than a week of snow the entire winter and temperatures below -5. This isn't Sweden.
And not to mention the fucking immigrants and Muslims with their burning cars, bombs, rapes, assaults and islamisation. But even if you were to execute the bunch, Malmö would still be shit.
If not for all the Russians, would be best place in the world for me
2. Yes. its actually the whiter part of the south.
i have everything that i need, prices are low,
living cost is low and the city is just beautiful.
Thank you France for building the best part of my town <3
I don't think any government can undo the damage caused by the retardation of the previous Labor government(s) and Clover Moore.
To give you an example, they built the Lane Cove tunnel, but they made a deal with the company to cut Epping Road from a 6-lane road to a 2-lane road to force people into the tunnel. I mean they replaced lanes with fucking bikeways. The effect of this is that Epping Road is stuffed and that everyone living in the Lane Cove/Riverview area is fucked.
Anf ofcourse the entire city is a maze of bus lanes and virtually unused bike paths.
Napoli would be a better place if the mount Vesuvius decided to wake up.
The yellow part seems to be full multi-culti when I go there and that is the part where all the tourists are concentrated.
probably the least shitty city in Michigan, but that isn't saying much
2.Fuck yeah. It has its issues but overall it's great.
No. It might be cool for tourists but living here is like hell. Traffic,High population,Shitty People,Expensive.
2. No. Fucking nuke it and the surrounding ghettos.
2. fucken oath cunt
shame it turned into a far-left infested shithole, but that can change
2. Town itself is a nice place, but pricey to the rest of the country.
yes. It has the perfect size. Not big enough to be cahotic and polluted, but at the same time it's big enough to have a lot of variety in shops, entertainment, museums, etc.
also beautiful architecture.
>he's never seen the average italian inner city residential area
Sydney is a shit city, worst major city in Australia. And I live in fucking Newcastle so I know what a shit city looks like.
1. Newy bro
2. Nah it's shit, bitches are hot here though and there are some nice things
1. St. John's, Newfoundland
2. No. People here seem to have some sort of romanticized ideal of this city, and I don't buy into that horseshit. I have lived all over the world, St. John's is a backwater. It's isolated, the weather sucks, there is very little to do here, there isn't really a lot of work unless you are involved in the oil industry. And on that note, there is a limited supply of oil off the coast, when it dries up there will be very little reason for this city to exist. I only came back to NL because I wanted to go to university and this province has the lowest tuition in the country.
of fucking course
Yes. Best place in the country. Multiracial, multicultural, and we don't kill people for their differences. Though immigrants are a downer.
2.We have a difficult relationship.
1. Halifax, Nova Scotia
2. Yes, it's a beautiful city and we have a star fortress in the middle of downtown.
That is one place I would die happily not ever visiting.
Halifax is pretty bad too. The only thing it really has on St John's is that you can drive to Montreal or Toronto without having to spend hundreds of dollars on a ferry. It's also relatively dangerous. It's like St. John's but with nignogs. The only black people in St. John's are African graduate students, Halifax has real niggers.
I don't even live in the city. Metro Detroit is the lamest, flattest shit looking place on earth. Nothing is connected with public transit - vehicles only! Almost no city services function, infrastructure is ancient and grinding, the neighborhoods are filled with bitter black people carrying grudges from the '68 riots, we don't want whitey's help. Industry never diversified after the 2008 bailout.
I can't imagine southern Ontario is much more interesting but at least Windsor doesn't have crime like Detroit.
I was there for New Years 2013
I fucking hated it. No offence m8 but the people there were felt stuck up. Also so many brown and black people, this wasn't the qt European romance city I dreamed of
as a very reluctant traveler to Paris (met my family there while abroad) I thought it was actually pretty okay. In terms of what France has to offer though, I think you're right.
springtime lawns before the trees have budded. We get awesome green summertimes. Detroit is in the ugly lowlands though. Anywhere in Michigan is way more awesome, west mid-mitt, northern, UP. Just not Metro Detroit
The issue with the city atm is patchiness. Even if people want to move in, the margins between good and bad corners of the city is very small. There are loads of beautiful homes from Detroit's heyday still standing and many opportunities to be taken advantage of.
Hipsters and urban gardens and micro-brew won't change the city, nor will increased reliance on the autos, so I don't know what the future holds.
2. No, I utterly loathe it.
>overpriced shit, no fresh air, decrepit and expensive transit system, unfriendly people, full of smug, self-obsessed cunts, can't wait until June and I can leave this cesspit behind
got some good pubs though
Östra and västra ryd sucks, just a bunch of rednecks. When did you visit here? I can agree that there's not many big happenings in this town but we have Augustifesten when it's packed to the brim. And people are out and about most days. Fridays and saturdays are drinking days and if you went outside during the evening you'd run into atleast 5 or 10 drunkards in less than 5 minutes.
Can't really complain about the amount of trees we have
my great grandparents, grandparents, parents, and even my neighbors all grew up in Detroit and then moved out. My parents don't remember the riots but my neighbors are 10 years older so they do. There are a lot of issues that come about when you hedge your bets on only one type of industry, refuse to take risks and refuse to diversify. Detroit just grew up too fast and is now paying for its success. Sure irrational racial hatred and a corrupt mayorship and city council didn't help either, but the city is just held captive to its own industry.
My great grandpa came from Italy helped build and eventually operate this trolley system. Then at one point that said "oh we're the MOTOR city," we can't have a reasonable public service and canned it.
I went to school at LiU last year. I know it's the better school, but Linköping was dead as fuck and the student life was kind of awkward but I had a fun time with it. A small caveat, I went to school in France prior to this and it was insanity, so the adjustment was like coming from uppers to downers
I didn't go to Norrköping enough, just during some days with the free shuttle w/ my studentkort but it was nice.
Don't worry about it, Norrköping is better. Linköping always seemed dead was even more spread out in this really awkward way. No reason to not visit and see for yourself though, it's just a 40 minute bus ride away.
this is my city, Bergamo.
I rather like it, especially because it's close to an airport with low cost flights to all europe.
Last year I spent €50 to fly to Paris.
No, its a shithole overrun by immigrants and roma beggars. There is nowhere to live unless you purchase an apartment, which are extremely expensive compared to the rest of the country.
The people might be a bit more educated than in other parts of the country, but at the same time feminism, worship of foreign cultures, political correctness rule this city.
People hate themselves, but only their Swedish identity and everything that is Swedish. at the same time they are stuck up and full of themselves. Paris reminds me of Stockholm, both are dirty MENA/Africa shitholes.
Theres alot of great old european architecture, but theres also a lot of commie concrete buildings from the 60's, even in the city centre.
>> sit at a bar, be the only Swede out of 50 visitors, the rest are african/arab males
>> welcome to Stockholm
Its the same there, all cities are more or less overrun by MENA zombies. Prices are lower when it comes to apartments but then you'll have nothing to do. At least theres alot of events/clubs/restaurants/theaters here.
And its alot colder + you have to live with rednecks. Most importantly, there are barely any jobs up north. Well theres barely any jobs in Stoxkholm either but its worse out in the country.
You'd be surprised. My Dad's an engineer splitting his time in the north of Sweden (I can't remember the name of the place, but it's above the Arctic circle) and Texas working on a $200,000,000 construction project out there.
1. Memecity (BrisBANE)
2. Yes. People call it boring or w/e, but I think it's actually pretty GOAT.
Having been to Sydney and Melbourne, I'd say it's definitely the best of the three.
2. Not really. Too small. At least it survied the war intact (sadly in the wrong area)
I live in Italy, but I'm from San Marino.
The most boring country (city) ever.
Nothing to do, nothing to have fun with. No wonder my friend and I used to go out in Italy.
2. Love it, but it has it's issues. South Dallas is nigger can't-drive-there-after-dark central, and whole areas you end up hearing Spanish almost solely. I'm also a bit frustrated at the out-of-staters moving here due to our economy, they keep diluting our state's culture and spirit.
FUCK no. Birmingham is Little Detroit, it's run down, full of thugs, dangerous and dirty and populated by full-blown niggers. And the county gov't is bankrupt and corrupt. I hate this place.
Love NYC though.
>I'm also a bit frustrated at the out-of-staters moving here due to our economy, they keep diluting our state's culture and spirit.
Houston here. People generally adapt pretty well here.
I grew up in both Austin and Houston and went to school in Austin, and I can safely say that Californians don't integrate to our culture well at all. FOB Mexicans are better.
you live in one of the most beautiful places on earth what the fuck. My neighbor is 75 and from San Marino but he's been living in Detroit/metro detroit for his whole life practically. I just don't know how he could handle such a downgrade.
>I can safely say that Californians don't integrate to our culture well at all. FOB Mexicans are better.
Dallas bro here, totally agree.
>tfw you see a Prius with Wendy Davis and other assorted bumper stickers on the back
The problem with San Marino is it's size.
The medieval town it's really nice, but after 18 years of living there and seeing always the same castle I just couldn't bear it anymore.
Now I've been living in Italy for 3 years (for university), and I have no regrets.
San Marino it's good to visit, not to live in.
2. It's really too complicated for a simple yes/no answer so fuck you. But all in all I want to fuck off from the place and from the country in general. So I guess the answer is no. But I'd rather live here than in Paris.
>but after 18 years of living there and seeing always the same castle I just couldn't bear it anymore
>not living in periferia
>not seeing always the same grey condos every day
St. Louis and yes. There's a lot of stuff to do, great restaurants and bars, great craft beer, lots of parks, and the cost of living is so low. The crime and protestors are irritating, but they don't really affect my day to day life. Never been mugged, robbed, etc. Car break ins are an issue.
Maybe seeing old stones is a novelty to you because you're used to suburbia. But it gets old after a while as well, pun somewhat intended. Even if you live in the most gorgeous place in the world and you find nothing to do there you'll get bored and start hating it.
2. Yes, I enjoy the paradise before the chilangos and low castes from other states flood it with violence and bitterness.
2: Yes but i'm dissapointed in how much we've let liberal democrats give our city a bad reputation with their shitty policies. All of Washington State is pretty Libertarian/Conservative and Seattle just shits on the rest of us.
I still think it's the best city/state though. Very cultured and accepting communities all around.
>Windsor's economy is reliant on the automotive industry
>Kwame Kilpatrick stated that Detroit is transitioning "from a manufacturing economy to a casino economy"
The days of having safe residence here and working in Detroit are long gone. ;_;
2. Eh, I'm a borderline NEET anyway, doesn't make much of a difference.
2. Not really, but it's by far the best place in this country so I can't complain
I do want to get out of Finland.
We just get to see this while driving down Riverside Drive. It's pretty cozy here. They don't affect us at all. The west end's pretty old and run down, and Tecumseh's got the people with more money.
2. Yes, it's a beautiful and dynamic city where life is excellent, I'm quite sad I'll have to leave in the next few months
sorry a bit drunk right now
Crolles, near Grenoble. That will be my view from my windows, but still I think I'll miss Lyon.
Where did you study burgerbro ?
it's not even that bad compared to other brazilian cities but it's still pretty bad in places as pic related
2. Yes, its not the most exciting city but it is very safe and has a small-town feel to it.
>I will never live in a monkey neighbourhood in the jungle
>I will never use vines to move rapidly through the jungle to the sound of samba
can't you see the rapid transit lines (RTL) on that picture? nobody uses organic transport anymore man it's the 21st century
those monkeys in the ground are only there because they're camera shy so they dropped off
INSEEC, just up the street from Hotel de Ville. The education was pretty bad there it didn't cost any extra and I learned with Erasmus students.
Friends I met while in Lyon went to Lyon III Jean Moulin and that seemed like a much more serious school.
You're only making it worse.
What happened to the Brazil I used to dream of where there was no organized activity, no developement?
haha yeah it was a joke but we all had a really good time and I think I actually learned a lot of things, although quite unconventionally. Which are Lyon's better schools in your opinion?
Also have fun living near Grenoble, that's not all bad. The people there are very nice and more into nature and the outdoors than in Lyon,
>In regards to the actual town I live in, Redondo Beach, CA
Yes, I love it here. It's a bit densely-populated and there are too many fucking hispanics, but at least there's very little crime and everyone, except the fucking tourists, is polite.
>In regards to the Los Angeles Metropolitan Area
Fuck no. Everything in LA outside of the Beach Cities is third-world-tier.
oh damn that's cool! People would sometimes laugh incredulously whenever I said I lived in Villeurbanne but I never saw a problem with it. I miss riding my bike through the streets and tunnels at 3h..
Damn, well it's good to hear things have cleared up. It was actually a really convenient and cheaper place to live. Riding down Cours Emile Zola was such an easy and fast way to get to center of town too.
It has everything I need as a student. Certainly wouldn't live here after I graduate though, but maybe I'll get a house/cottage on the lake when I get older.
1. Whangarei (180km north of Auckland)
2. There's almost nothing to do here, and there are way too many fucking maoris (the blacks of NZ, except tolerable), but it's alright. We have a shitload of supermarkets for some reason though.
Honestly just because I'm a student right now, and the people of this city treat students like absolute shit. We're like 1/5 of the population, and help out the local economy a ton, but we aren't given an ounce of respect.
So yeah, I'd rather go work in Toronto or NYC once I graduate, but maybe come back when I'm older because it really is a nice city.
2. No, boring town just south of a shit city
>The birthplace of the American Industrial Revolution
It's ok, but since the khmer rouge a ton of cambodians moved here
Fuck yes. There was a parade today, was sitting next to the USS Midway.
>not having aircraft carriers docked in your city
THIS THIS THIS THIS
fuck sake i hate the traffic and the roads in sydney. Take one wrong turn and you are FUCKED and you have to back track it or take the scenic route to get anywhere....
>implying the inner west isnt as bad as the west
seriously every fucking day on the news
>"tonight a stabbing occured in sydneys inner west"
>"tonight some sheila was gangraped in sydneys western suburbs
>"tonight alan jones fucked your ass with his shitty broadcasting in sydneys west"
2. It’s ok, is a peaceful place and you feel a beautiful ambient all time.
>"tonight some sheila was gangraped in sydneys western suburbs
>"tonight alan jones fucked your ass with his shitty broadcasting in sydneys west"
These two have nothing to do with the Inner West m8
Saying the Inner West is the same thing as the West is like saying Campbelltown is the same thing as Woolongong