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Where Do You Like To Live?

Mon Nov 05, 2007 11:20 pm

Hello,

I'm bored and wondered where you like to live. For me it has to be in the countryside. I can lie in bed and hear only birds and go for nice long bike rides through lots of hidden tracks. The brilliant thing about my location is I can be in a major town in 10-15 minutes so I can still go out and have a good time but enjoy the country lifestyle. Lots of my friends are city people and would never swap it, how about you? An added bonus is living just off the flightpath of a busy international airport, when they're landing this way you don't hear them but get some impressive views and when they're taking off it's heavies galore then 757's a plenty,

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RE: Where Do You Like To Live?

Mon Nov 05, 2007 11:29 pm

I'm a city guy personally. I like to go out to the country on the weekends sometimes to relax but that's it. When I go for a run in the mornings I need to be dodging traffic and people otherwise it just wouldn't be the same.
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RE: Where Do You Like To Live?

Mon Nov 05, 2007 11:37 pm

I'm a big-city guy, no question. I was raised in NYC and have always felt in my element in huge conurbations. The smallest city I've ever lived in was Luxembourg (pop. 120,000). A beautiful place but way too small and provincial. Brussels with slightly more than a million inhabitants is just about right, not big but not a backwater, either.

I can't stand the countryside, at least here in NW Europe. The huge plain extending all the way from Normandy to Russia is an excruciatingly boring landscape. It's full of stinking livestock, potatoes, rednecks, and conservatives.

Not all large cities are to my liking (Glasgow, Warsaw, Rotterdam...  yuck  ), but I've yet to see any village where I would voluntarily live for any significant time.
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RE: Where Do You Like To Live?

Mon Nov 05, 2007 11:38 pm

City for now. I realize that might change when I get older.
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RE: Where Do You Like To Live?

Mon Nov 05, 2007 11:39 pm

Quoting A340600 (Thread starter):
I'm bored and wondered where you like to live. For me it has to be in the countryside. I can lie in bed and hear only birds and go for nice long bike rides through lots of hidden tracks. The brilliant thing about my location is I can be in a major town in 10-15 minutes so I can still go out and have a good time but enjoy the country lifestyle.

Likewise! I leave my front door at home, walk across the village green and before me there are fields and then Dartmoor; miles and miles of nothing but open moorland and the occasional sheep, cow or pony. The other way though and, in half an hour I'm in Plymouth city centre. I love going out on long walks, or taking my mountain bike off over the hills; you can be out all day and not see another person, it's beautiful.

Currently I'm spending the majority of my time in North Birmingham due to University. Here I look out of my windows and see nothing but roof tops, tower blocks and the droll roar of the M6 vaguely in the breeze. It's not me, I would go mad if I had to spend all my time here - it's so nice to get back to Devon for some fresh air and peace. Another thing is the light - it never gets dark here, there is so much light pollution which also means that you hardly ever get to see the stars as you would from the country.


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RE: Where Do You Like To Live?

Mon Nov 05, 2007 11:41 pm

While I'm really enjoying living in Seattle right now, I think in the long-term I'm more of a small college town type. The culture of the big city in a more manageable and less chaotic setting is where it's at for me. Gotta be close to outdoor stuff too...
 
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RE: Where Do You Like To Live?

Mon Nov 05, 2007 11:47 pm

Quoting Toast (Reply 2):
I'm a big-city guy, no question

Yes. My ideal place would be to live within a 6-8 mile distance from a major airport

Quoting Toast (Reply 2):
It's full of stinking livestock, potatoes, rednecks, and conservatives.

my exact complaint about living in the Suburbs, save the potatoes. I must escape this misery

Quoting A340600 (Thread starter):
An added bonus is living just off the flightpath of a busy international airport,

yep, one of the reason why I like the city. The city has a vibe to it, it doesnt feel boring, I could care less about the peaceful, solitude cliche. The rural areas/suburbs just suck.
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RE: Where Do You Like To Live?

Mon Nov 05, 2007 11:50 pm

Quoting A340600 (Thread starter):
An added bonus is living just off the flightpath of a busy international airport

Definitely one of the reasons I enjoy living in the big city right now--I can see just about everything approaching SEA from my bedroom windows when the traffic flow is to the south. If I've got nothing to do, I just throw on liveatc.net and have myself a nerdy afternoon.
 
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RE: Where Do You Like To Live?

Mon Nov 05, 2007 11:55 pm

Quoting Gunsontheroof (Reply 7):
If I've got nothing to do, I just throw on liveatc.net and have myself a nerdy afternoon.

that sounds like my regular day. I would think since most of us are aviation enthusiasts we would appreciate living in a large area so we could see some aircraft.
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RE: Where Do You Like To Live?

Mon Nov 05, 2007 11:57 pm

Quoting LAXspotter (Reply 8):
I would think since most of us are aviation enthusiasts we would appreciate living in a large area so we could see some aircraft.

But in the less populated areas the military come out to play with their latest expensive toys. Now that can be interesting  Wink
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RE: Where Do You Like To Live?

Tue Nov 06, 2007 12:09 am

I like where I'm living right now...in ADL. It has all the big city conveniences, an airport (which I can see from my front door) and very few traffic jams. I live 11 kms from the city centre, and it takes me around 15 minutes to get there...in rush hour. The city centre is also very nice with many parks and gardens. We also have a great public transport system, though it can be improved a bit.
The cost of living is also cheaper compared to other Australian cities like SYD, PER and MEL. So yeah, I love this place. Now if only they bring back the F1 grand prix..this place will have it all Big grin
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RE: Where Do You Like To Live?

Tue Nov 06, 2007 12:56 am

I currently live in the suburbs-it's a good place to live, but other than the landscaping and water, there isn't a whole lot of natural beauty. When i get older I'll probably initially live in a city-I love NYC, my hometown, but there is no way its doable on a regional salary. Eventually when I settle down I want a nice piece of land in the Pacific northwest (read:PAE/BFI/RNT). A private airstrip in the back has always been a fantasy of mine.
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RE: Where Do You Like To Live?

Tue Nov 06, 2007 12:57 am

Quoting LAXspotter (Reply 8):

that sounds like my regular day.

Hah! It's good fun to be sure, I'm just much more interested in music than I am in aviation, so it's pretty much a "less talk, more rock" policy around here as far as my speakers are concerned. It is pretty cool listening to ATC when you can see the planes being flown by the pilots you're listening to online though.
 
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RE: Where Do You Like To Live?

Tue Nov 06, 2007 1:22 am

When I was younger I'd love the story The Wind in the Willows. I always imagined what it would be like in my mind so many times. So, I guess I'd really love to live in the countryside somewhere. I love to be around animals (goats, ducks, chickens, lambs). I also live the wide open spaces and the vastness that one gets to experience.
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RE: Where Do You Like To Live?

Tue Nov 06, 2007 1:40 am

I like the 303 (DEN) but I'm having 030 (TXL) withdrawls.

Advantages of Denver:
Big city and big mountains
Lots of bars
Great flight connections
Sunshine
Boulder

Why Denver sucks:
Too much driving and not enough light rail
Cultural events lacking at times


Why Berlin rules:
Bigger city
Tons of bars
No car needed
Culturally rich

Why Berlin sucks:
It's flatter than KS
No Snow and plenty of overcast days

I'll be back soon enough though!
 
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RE: Where Do You Like To Live?

Tue Nov 06, 2007 1:43 am

I will admit it - I like rural surburbia. We live far enough out of the city that we get all kinds of birdies and critters in our yard. Our neighbourhood owns 300 acres and much of it is protected greenbelt. I have 70 year old trees in my yard. It's pretty quiet too. I really like it.

We are about 30-45 minutes out of downtown Seattle. The closest reasonable shopping is about 15 minutes' drive away. There's no public transportation near me - I'd have to go into town and get a bus from there.

Occasionally I think I'd like to live in a city. I lived right downtown Toronto for a while and it was neat to be able to walk anywhere. And so many shops and restaurants so close! But I don't like the big city. I find crowds intimidating.
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RE: Where Do You Like To Live?

Tue Nov 06, 2007 2:40 am

I enjoy the suburbs of San Francisco. They're pretty old (about 50 years), and not much development has taken place since then on the Peninsula. As a result, lot sizes are pretty small, things aren't as spread out as they would be in Los Angeles, or Phoenix for example. Especially if you live near the downtown areas of the suburb cities, everything is easily accessible, parking is not abundant but obtainable, and there are more BMWs per capita here than any other part of the United States... and my benchmark for civilization is the presence of BMWs.

Now, if I had to choose between suburb or downtown city if it was any other metropolitan area, I'd go for the downtown big city, no question.
 
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RE: Where Do You Like To Live?

Tue Nov 06, 2007 3:02 am

Quoting Springbok747 (Reply 10):
I like where I'm living right now...in ADL

Moved to ADL in June and have been pleasantly surprised at how much I enjoy the place. I lived here when I was a lot younger and it still has the big town small city feel.

Overall best place though would be in England about an hour south of London. My brother in law lived there for a couple of years and it was the perfect location! Quiet rural area but still close to I think the greatest city in the world.
 
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RE: Where Do You Like To Live?

Tue Nov 06, 2007 3:06 am

Quoting LAXspotter (Reply 6):

my exact complaint about living in the Suburbs, save the potatoes. I must escape this misery

Well, it doesn't help that Redlands is really f'ing hot.

As I have gotten older, I appreciate more the suburbs I grew up in. Great weather all year round, not crowded and close enough to Los Angeles to not feel isolate. Still, I have always felt more comfortable in big cities. Having lived in Los Angeles, London, Boston and New Orleans, I have gotten the run of different types of big cities and L.A. is the one that kept a hold of me. Great weather, lots of things to do, close to everything. The only downside is the crap public transport.
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RE: Where Do You Like To Live?

Tue Nov 06, 2007 3:10 am

I NEED to live in a big city. I thought trying out a rural place would be nice but this is trying me insane. I can't stand Davis and its quietness. San Diego is fun but I also need to live near a MAJOR airport so I can travel easier. Lived in Taipei for quite some time then moved to San Francisco for a year and down to Los Angeles then back up to Davis for college.  Smile List of cities I've been and I like: Los Angeles, San Diego, Portland, Seattle, Chicago, New York, Boston, Tokyo, and finally, I really wanna live in Auckland, NZBig grin



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RE: Where Do You Like To Live?

Tue Nov 06, 2007 3:33 am

Suburbs to a major city, but I would not mind living downtown or within a residential district within a city. Although... I would like to have a nice big house on a decent tract of land just outside the city  Smile

As far as cities to live near, I am looking towards Philly, Baltimore or DC (Maryland side).
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RE: Where Do You Like To Live?

Tue Nov 06, 2007 4:35 am

Somewhere that isn't known JUST known for it's 9 mile street of casinos...
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RE: Where Do You Like To Live?

Tue Nov 06, 2007 5:30 am

Quoting LASOctoberB6 (Reply 21):
JUST known for it's 9 mile street of casinos...

Reno  duck 

Quoting N1120A (Reply 18):
gotten older, I appreciate more the suburbs I grew up in.

Suburbs suck, I hate em
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RE: Where Do You Like To Live?

Tue Nov 06, 2007 5:59 am

Quoting LAXspotter (Reply 22):

Suburbs suck, I hate em

I agree. I'm grateful that I've been fortunate enough to be raised in an area that is safe and provides so many opportunities, but overall its boring and way too high-strung.
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RE: Where Do You Like To Live?

Tue Nov 06, 2007 6:24 am

Quoting PlymSpotter (Reply 9):
But in the less populated areas the military come out to play with their latest expensive toys. Now that can be interesting {Wink}

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RE: Where Do You Like To Live?

Tue Nov 06, 2007 2:54 pm

I really enjoy living in a big city. However I'm getting a little tired of living in an apartment and think I might be due for a few years in suburbia.
 
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RE: Where Do You Like To Live?

Tue Nov 06, 2007 4:00 pm

Suburbs all the way throughout my life. I could never live in the city. Ever.
 
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RE: Where Do You Like To Live?

Tue Nov 06, 2007 4:06 pm

It's kind of a toss up for me. I spent my life in a smaller city in the mountains but I just recently moved to DC. Although I miss AVL very badly, I wouldn't necessarily trade it for where I'm at right now. Then again there are only 2 things I really like about where I live right now, and that's the National Air and Space museum and DCA. Ideally I wouldn't mind living somewhere where I could spend my days out hiking and camping, and yet still have the luxury of being close to a fairly good sized airport. I would seriously miss the smell of jet fuel. So I guess a suburb is really the best place for me, ne?
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RE: Where Do You Like To Live?

Tue Nov 06, 2007 4:14 pm

I've lived in towns, I've lived in cities, I've lived in the centre, I've lived in suburbs, I've lived in the countryside.

Living in the countryside is better. I couldn't ever live in a town again.
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RE: Where Do You Like To Live?

Tue Nov 06, 2007 4:19 pm

Quoting N1120A (Reply 18):
As I have gotten older, I appreciate more the suburbs I grew up in

I know what you mean. I occasionally go back to the suburb that I grew up in and part of me misses it and wishes my family still lived there. I think it's more because I have lived in cities for about 10 years now. So I think I see it as an escape, however the idea of ever living there again, I'm not so sure about.

At the end of the day, I'm a city boy. I always have been. There's just something about the energy in a city that makes just gets me going. If I'm ever in a bad mood, a walk around a city with its life brings me back. It also needs to be a medium-sized city. I lived in Providence (pop. 175,000, metro: 1.5 million) which I found too small. I've also lived in Boston (pop. 600,000, metro: 4.5 million) and Ottawa (pop. 820,000, metro: 1.2 million). Ottawa, I find, is also bordering on the small side but it's really become home for me and I love living here. About the largest city I can live in before I find cities become overwhelming is about 5 million in the metro area. Places like Boston, Montréal, Sydney, Manchester, Berlin, Vancouver, etc.

However, going back to that escape, one aspect I like about Ottawa is it quickly goes from city/suburb to country. For those that know Ottawa you can leave the city, get off the highway at March Road in Kanata and 5 minutes later go from driving by the hi-tech hi-rises to driving past bales of hay and barns, or head east and in short order be in Embrun or Casselman. Essentially go from country to downtown in 25 minutes. Maybe someday I'll take advantage of that. But for now, I enjoy living in cities.

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RE: Where Do You Like To Live?

Tue Nov 06, 2007 6:51 pm

Well currently I live in New Westminster BC, but I'm originally from Toronto.
As much as I love being out here I miss living in Toronto a lot.
There was something amazing about living in downtown Toronto that's missing out here.
Additionally being out in the country just freaks me out. There is something unsettling about being that far removed from a major city.
Next opportunity I get to move back into a downtown area, I'm going to take it.
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RE: Where Do You Like To Live?

Tue Nov 06, 2007 8:10 pm

I'm a big city guy after having lived in Hamburg for almost 9 years, and if I leave from Costa Rica, I'll make sure to settle down in a big city again.

However, other immediate alternatives to Hamburg would include for me big cities in Switzerland (Bern, Basel or Zürich) or in Austria (Vienna).
 
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RE: Where Do You Like To Live?

Tue Nov 06, 2007 11:54 pm

Im a bit of both: Countryside and City.

With that in mind, I am still trying to find my final place to settle. It may very well be Colorado. But we will see. If it doesn't work out in Colorado, I just might as well go back to Washington State.
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RE: Where Do You Like To Live?

Thu Nov 08, 2007 12:25 am

Its the countryside for me, born on the north yorkshire moors and intend to live there when I graduate. I don't get any airliners going over any lower than 10k but when i'm out on one of my horses I fairly often see the RAF and USAF low flying (USAF jets never quite as low though), im told it was a real spectacle when the vulcan was flying and it looked like one of the fields was moving when you looked down. The north yorkshire moors are the most relaxing place in the world for me, nothing like the smell of cowsh freshly spread on a field!

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RE: Where Do You Like To Live?

Thu Nov 08, 2007 12:49 am

I love the town where I live now. It has a rich history, beautifull monuments, but at the same time offers a lot of activity, The population is around 250.000 which makes it large enough to have a wide array of facilities, but still small enough for me to do everything by bike.

I wouldn't mind living in NYC for a few years... then I'd probably move to the countryside in southern France, Languedoc aera or the north Italian countryside to recuperate from the big city stress...
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RE: Where Do You Like To Live?

Fri Nov 09, 2007 10:26 pm

Quoting A340600 (Thread starter):
Where Do You Like To Live?

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RE: Where Do You Like To Live?

Fri Nov 09, 2007 11:02 pm

City for me. My home Miami FL I live in a private suburbia type community but it is right in midtown Miami. About 5 minutes from Downtown, right near the major highways to make the drive to MIA in about 10 minutes and south beach in about 10 minutes also. So I hear traffic and sirens but I dont deal with alot of crime and I live right on Biscayne Bay so the view is amazing. Here in school I live in the heart of Washington DC about 2 blocks from the white house. I love hearing the sirens or motorcades and the traffic from my window. Its a great location I can walk just about anywhere I would need to go and I have two metro stations near by. I prefer living in the city.
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RE: Where Do You Like To Live?

Sat Nov 10, 2007 4:46 pm

I just might be moving to Philadelphia!!! I submitted my resume to SEPTA for their job opening for their transit operations planner position. Wish me luck! Hopefully they'll bring me in for an interview, and eventually offer me the job!  crossfingers 
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RE: Where Do You Like To Live?

Sat Nov 10, 2007 5:05 pm

I am happy where I live right now but at some point later I will have to move to a cheaper place as my pension won't be able to afford me Monaco and the French Riviera anymore.

I would like to find a small place in a tropical or semi-tropical climate with a much cheaper cost of living. Maybe I would start a small operation, a French café or a Bed and Breakfast not far from an airport that would allow me to meet people and keep busy at the same time. I have thought of Rarotonga. I like the place and the people there.
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RE: Where Do You Like To Live?

Sat Nov 10, 2007 5:08 pm

I live in a village and I hate it. My nearest city is 10 miles away, and even then, its only small (pop. 100,000).

My nearest big cities are probably Nottingham and Sheffield, and I'd much prefer to live there. I'm only here until I start university anyway, which will hopefully be in either Manchester or Birmingham. That'll be a shock to system I suppose, but there'll be so much more to do and people to meet.

I think I think this way because I'm young, but I really hate it. Saying that, London is too big for my liking. I think Manchester or Birmingham are around the right size - big, but not too big.

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RE: Where Do You Like To Live?

Sat Nov 10, 2007 7:12 pm

I like the big city or the suburbs of a big city. Grew up in the City of Windhoek, Namibia and currently live for a little in the suburbs of Kansas City. Most my family, parents included, are from the City of Chicago, and most of my family, parents not included, lives in the City or suburbs of Chicago (Dad has passed away, Mom lives in Windhoek but is moving back to Chicago soon from Windhoek to be closer to her mom and sisters).

I like visiting my family that lives in the countryside of NE Wisconsin, it's great, but as far as living...city or suburbs for me, please.
 
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RE: Where Do You Like To Live?

Sat Nov 10, 2007 7:21 pm

Quoting SW733 (Reply 40):
I like visiting my family that lives in the countryside of NE Wisconsin, it's great, but as far as living...city or suburbs for me, please.

Visited Butternut and Park Falls, WI. Both places very, very close...yet beautiful. Expecially in the winter. I miss visiting Butternut!
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RE: Where Do You Like To Live?

Sat Nov 10, 2007 8:16 pm

Quoting AirframeAS (Reply 41):
Visited Butternut and Park Falls, WI. Both places very, very close...yet beautiful. Expecially in the winter. I miss visiting Butternut!

Awesome. My family is more due north of Green Bay about 30-40 miles, in Oconto County. All of Northern Wisconin is gorgeous though, I love it.

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