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If Ukraine is incorporated and recovered faster than Mississippi... London has beautiful areas, with nice houses, parks etc but also houses that are slums, rented out to people who have no choice. Between constantly choking on smog, walking because the BART system is completely broken down, all the while dodging bullets on Fisherman's Wharf as it's practically a warzone, how could anyone possibly live in San Francisco? Meanwhile in the real world, some of my European friends who have actually visited the United States tell me they're amazed they can go out walking in the city and get back home and the bottoms of their shoes are still clean.House prices are astronomical and first time buyers can't get on the property ladder, even to buy a terraced house. It's the same in many areas of the UK and we are also considered to be a rich country, just like America. I lived there 30 years and never once witnessed a violent crime take place. I have a feeling I'd like some of those places.kalbhamut: Clearly this all opinion because even on my TRAVELS I found Bangkok to be crowded and disgusting, Orlando to be Florida at it's most dreadfully boring, and San Luis Obispo to be so unremarkable it felt like I was in purgatory.(Kuta/Legian/Seminyak) is made for tourists, not for clubbers: The venues are relaxed but too often overpriced and too mainstream.
I would like to reiterate the paramount importance of climate. So all the countries here are either Europe, Australia, New Zealand or Canada. I mean, don't get me wrong, those are all definitely very high quality of life locations, but I'm pretty sure that Tokyo, Kyoto and Osaka would be up around the level of Munich. I'm not saying the United States is better than everyone, because every country has its flaws and weaknesses.
I live in Toronto, and have lived in Berlin for an extended period of time, and I know that I can't necessarily judge any other cities' living conditions (because I haven't "lived" there lol) but to me, it makes sense why these cities would be picked. Short distance to several wine growing areas such as Barossa Valley, Wonderful Adelaide Hills for scenery and English style countryside. Possible to walk around without feeling threatened 'Day & Night'. Everybody's got different ideas about what they would want or need out of a place they called home.