Which city in you're country has the best skyline?
I suppose we only have one city with a skyline.
>this toronto fag
Lmfao at that ugly indian shithole m8
Usually we're not that much into skyscrapers.
>literally half our navy is in this picture
Good luck with that Xing Zhao
I think San Francisco is pretty charming.
I saw Chicago and it was amazing but I guess all of the impoverished niggers and cutthroat yuppies ruin it for me.
Denver is getting real nice....
Chicago is still the best.
>not wanting to live in a small cozy European city
Stockholm is pretty bland and it's filled with Muslims. Plus the weather's awful. I'll pass.
>tfw have about 2 weeks left of work before everything dries up and I'll probably get laid off
Pls no. Everybody is already moving here because DUDE WEED and its driving rent prices through the roof. Be prepared to spend 2k a month for a 850 sq ft, 2 bed 1 bath apartment in Denver
If it was easy to move to America I would already be there
oh son.....................................................................................................you leave denver county right?
It can be windy, but it's not that often and given the size of the Baltic sea the wind speeds don't get that bad. Temperature is anything between 22-30C, enough for you to be dressed casually without sweating to death. But the best is the sun rising at around 3:30 am and setting at around 10 pm (but it never really get completely dark). Lots of green areas around Stockholm, too.
>he doesn't know about the mountains
>How is it anyways?
A sad tale of love and hope, full of poetry and harshness, and echo from the past and a cry to the future. But you have to be sensitive enough to see through the eyes of the spirits that walked here, to feel the warm breeze they once felt when here they arrived and understand that the world is more than it seems yet we will never know what lies between. Don't be afraid tho, fly, fly high and maybe when you fall everything will make sense.
>It seems like a beautiful city and i've always wanted to visit.
It's only worthy if you bring your heart together, otherwise you won't go deeper than a galley in deep water, or a samaritan's feet on sand.
>>53706327....bars in Boulder.
you have much to learn....
This thread is now under the protection of general bautista....comanches fuck off....green chili for all.
>It's so pathetically small nobody even notices it
I don't blame you
>a bunch of ugly tall buildings
>not 2000 years of architecture at his best
>he can't appreciate the juxtaposition of modern structures dramatically set against natural backdrops
Some people like different things. Here, have a really old American building.
u wanna talk about juxtaposition in architecutre...
both Toronto and Vancouver are top tier
the rest, especially the entire province of Alberta, is irrelevant.
you could've used a better picture for Toronto though
>not Alert, Nunavut
literally the toppest of tiers, nothing is higher up than Alert
suck my dick to be honest family
>tfw interned in NYC consulting firm
>always dreamed of going to work and see the twin towers like in the film Wall Street 1987
>will never happen again
The Twin Towers were a perfect of the later era functionalist modernism. The new one is the same crap that you can see in dubai etc.
Why not both? Why do euros have to be so butthurt whenever people bring up cities not made up of 4 story tall houses?