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Well, it's only due to requiring a high paying technology job.If I were independently wealthy, I'd live all over the place. ;^) I was perfectly happy to idly waste my days in Costa Rica when I was there. Even Beacon would be pleasant if I didn't have to commute or work.My criteria really come down to the reality of my career and income requirements.
LA... Cars... Nope.
US city? Out of the ones I've been to, I liked San Diego.
Odd note, every big city seems to think they have a great deal of microbreweries. Which city has the most microbrews per capita?
Odd note, every big city seems to think they have a great deal of microbreweries. Which city has the most microbrews per capita?Vermont.
US city? Out of the ones I've been to, I liked San Diego.Hahaha
More importantly, it's not 24/7. How the fuck can you rely on mass transit that isn't 24/7? I am often out somewhere in New York after midnight.
There isn't much to do in San Diego besides eat Mexican food and make Anchorman jokes.
Driving is such second nature to me that it's barely a conscious action.
What's funny is that as much as I don't want to have to use a car in my day-to-day living, I love driving.