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    ideal place that you'd like to move to.

    always been wanting to move out of the state of new jersey for the longest. used to think about moving to upstate new york where i could live in one of those small towns some years ago but not anymore. upstate ny seems a bit boring. to tell you the truth, i don't even have a clue where i'd move to because everywhere in america is pretty much the same lingo except for the whole cultural part of it. not a fan of change. thought about moving down south but that's too much of a huge culture change from being in the nyc area. thought about the west coast too specifically california but didn't hear too many good things about over there for the most part and over there seems kind of scary. my aunt lived there 11 years ago and she died outthere. apparently, she wasn't feeling over there too much at all and i think the stress of living over there as well as other matters in her life killed her.

    i like canada but i dunno about moving over there. thought about possibly even over to england since that's where most of my family is at but that's a huge cultural change too. might just stay put in jersey for the time being until i figure something out or get an opportunity to move elsewhere. thought about moving over to nyc but nyc has changed from what it used to be so that's a no.
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    Niue!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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    Re: ideal place that you'd like to move to.

    Wilton Manors Florida is for me. I will be living there within the next five years.....
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    Re: ideal place that you'd like to move to.

    Quote Originally Posted by FPNY View Post
    Wilton Manors Florida is for me. I will be living there within the next five years.....
    tired of the cold and bipolar weather over here, i see. don't blame you at all. the only thing you have to worry about is the crazy people, alligators and hurricanes don't there. otherwise, everything is lovely.
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    I was thinking about moving Australia, but the more I researched about the place, the less I liked the country so in the end, the only other place I'd want to move to is the U.S. Culture-wise, it's very similar to my own country except that it's very warm, which I like. The state I want to move to is New York; I was thinking about California but then there's the likelihood of earthquakes there.

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    Re: ideal place that you'd like to move to.

    Quote Originally Posted by CottonBolus View Post
    I was thinking about moving Australia, but the more I researched about the place, the less I liked the country so in the end, the only other place I'd want to move to is the U.S. Culture-wise, it's very similar to my own country except that it's very warm, which I like. The state I want to move to is New York; I was thinking about California but then there's the likelihood of earthquakes there.

    new york would seem like the ideal place for you. actually thought that you were living in new york until you told me that you didn't.
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    Re: ideal place that you'd like to move to.

    ^I had a 5 month stint in Melbourne and loved the city but I doubt I could bring myself to live there.

    I would maybe move to either Seattle or SF (my aunt lives there on a horse farm) but I personally feel I am a lifelong New Englander.

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    Someplace warm all year round. Might be Florida or Southern California. But I will consider New Orleans too.

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    I just fell in love with Lewiston, NY.
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    Actually we are looking at Bora Bora. thinking about selling off everything we own and moving there....
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    Re: ideal place that you'd like to move to.

    Tucson, AZ, for me. Love the warm, dry desert southwest.

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    Re: ideal place that you'd like to move to.

    Somewhere about 10000 light years away from here...

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    Re: ideal place that you'd like to move to.

    With money or without?

    With money, Vancouver, London, Hong Kong, Vienna, Sydney.

    With "regular people income" none of those places are pleasant. Too many compromises and too much thrift to get by. Sooo…i dunno. I'm probably good where I am….city of about a million and an airport to where ever I want to go.
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    New Zealand or somewhere in the US, maybe up near Yellowstone.

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    A more stable financial environment - so I'll be doing just that.
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    Re: ideal place that you'd like to move to.

    Monterey California..I will live there soon enough...

    I was born and grew up in the San Francisco Bay Area and have resided here my whole adult life...but Monterey Bay is my favorite place to go.

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    I've lived in Florida, Georgia, and New Jersey. I'm currently in Florida--I don't really care for it. I miss living in Atlanta, that was the best! New Jersey was fun, it's one of those big areas with the small town feel. OP, if you end up in New Jersey, I would suggest Franklin Lakes, its absolutely beautiful. Personally, I want to end up living in London, and that's where I plan to go after college.
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    Somewhere in the English countryside ... far away from cities, towns, and villages ... I really need some peace and quiet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GregKII View Post
    I've lived in Florida, Georgia, and New Jersey. I'm currently in Florida--I don't really care for it. I miss living in Atlanta, that was the best! New Jersey was fun, it's one of those big areas with the small town feel. OP, if you end up in New Jersey, I would suggest Franklin Lakes, its absolutely beautiful. Personally, I want to end up living in London, and that's where I plan to go after college.
    i live in new jersey and been wanting to move out of here since i started high school. jersey sucks. i like where i live though. maplewood isn't bad at all. googled franklin lakes and naw, i'll pass. not a fan of bergen county for the most part. one of the reasons why i'm not fond of over here is that everything is too damn distant and compared to new york, you have to do a lot of searching to find things over here. like for example, gay bars and etc. you have to do quite a bit of searching and driving if you live like where i live. it's annoying. i don't have a car either so that just makes matters worse.

    if i had a car, man. you better believe i'd drive all over the place in jersey. things are horrible when you have to take the jersey transit bus. i'd go over to the reservation, go to work, drive to bridgewater, go to all the gay nightclubs, go all over the place.
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    New York is apparently due for an earthquake

    But where ever you go, there's bound to be some kind of natural disaster that would affect you.

    I'd like to go to move to San Diego
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    Quote Originally Posted by AlmondMilk View Post
    New York is apparently due for an earthquake

    But where ever you go, there's bound to be some kind of natural disaster that would affect you.

    I'd like to go to move to San Diego
    isn't san diego more than likely to have earthquakes?

    and a new york earthquake won't be that bad. i think jersey will more than likely have an earthquake before new york does. north jersey has a huge fault line running through it and apparently, it's active.
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    If I had the freedom to move, then I might just keep moving. Say, a year at a time here, and then move for another year to there. So, my ideal place is everywhere I might have the privelege to visit.

    Right now, sunshine is my first priority, followed by enlightened attitudes and a healthy dose of popular information.

    Fortaleza Brazil seems like it might be an interesting place to start. But, aside from its marine equatorial location, that's almost completely random.

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    Re: ideal place that you'd like to move to.

    Costa Rica.

    Failing that, into an RV so I can wander the country.

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    Toronto, Ontario is catching my eye more and more. Seems to be regarded as the "San Francisco" of Canada. (Except without all of the terrible shit that makes San Francisco, San Francisco)
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    Re: ideal place that you'd like to move to.

    Quote Originally Posted by refujiunderground View Post
    isn't san diego more than likely to have earthquakes?

    and a new york earthquake won't be that bad. i think jersey will more than likely have an earthquake before new york does. north jersey has a huge fault line running through it and apparently, it's active.
    I've been to most major cities in the US and quite a few international cities and I wouldn't leave San Diego for any of them. As far as eartquakes, well, about 6 yrs. ago the city applied to the federal gov. for a grant to do an earthquake study in San Diego. They were turned down flat and told Baltimore Md. has had more eartquakes than San Diego. There has never been a major earthquake in SD. I've been here 35 yrs., and as we do have the ocassional shake, there has never been anything that caused any damage. Of course, that doesn't mean we won't all end up in the Pacific some day and you could buy beachfront property in Yuma.

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    I just fell in love with Lewiston, NY.
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    I've lived in Cleveland (and the area around it) for over 20 years, and I am tired of it. I've checked in to moving to Toronto, Canada,...but it costs way to much in visas/fees/red tape. I have for years now, wanted to move to Rochester, NY. It's 6 hours in one direction to New York City, 3 hours in the other direction to Toronto, and a day trip away from nature views like Vermont and Connecticut,...both which would wonderful in the Fall....
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    Quote Originally Posted by JOHN B View Post
    I've lived in Cleveland (and the area around it) for over 20 years, and I am tired of it. I've checked in to moving to Toronto, Canada,...but it costs way to much in visas/fees/red tape. I have for years now, wanted to move to Rochester, NY. It's 6 hours in one direction to New York City, 3 hours in the other direction to Toronto, and a day trip away from nature views like Vermont and Connecticut,...both which would wonderful in the Fall....
    i think that you would enjoy new jersey. the only thing about here is that you have folks moving fast paced in a slow environment. central jersey and south jersey are way better than north jersey though. it's densely populated up here compared to cnj and sonj.
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    I have dabbled and dreamed for years... and to be completely honest i will probably reside on the road travelling place to place. I am currently buying my mothers place in Ohio but do not wanna live there. Once she no longer needs it to live in I will sell it and buy a small place in Colorado or Wyoming or Montana or Idaho built into the Rockies so it is sustainable with full independence from the grid... not a psycho just dont wanna pay for it or worry... Solar everything along with some geothermals and proper construction to take advantage of all of that....... beyond that the place I will live will have thousand postcard backdrops but this image will remain the same:




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    Re: ideal place that you'd like to move to.

    If money is no object: Vancouver, Manhattan NYC (or northern NJ as long as I live very close to one train ride away from it), Berkeley, Seattle, Portland, Boston. Possible overseas destinations yet to be considered or explored.

    Being careful with money (at least to a degree): Portland? (I think it straddles the line between the two.) Ann Arbor, Reno, Providence, Denver, Hamilton ONT. (I don't REALLY know much about cost of living in Providence, but I assume less than Boston.)

    Thrift: Pittsburgh.

    Ace-in-the-hole: Chicago, which would probably be in the money-is-no-object group. (Seems I recently heard something that would absolutely make me NOT want to go there, but I don't remember what it was. It didn't have anything to do with crime, though.) Also, not ruling out Cincinnati.

    I believe that Pittsburgh, though possibly maybe Denver as well, are the only places I'd consider, which are NOT considered to be expensive.

    Many places that would also be on the list of "possibles" except for climate (winter and/or summer and/or too desert'y): Minneapolis, Madison WI, various Los Angeles/Orange County CA, Tucson, Albuquerque, Austin, Raleigh-Durham-Chapel Hill, northern Virginia suburbs, Nashville, Dallas, Winnipeg, Montreal, Toronto. (Hamilton is just a TINY bit milder and on "my" side of the winter climate line that I won't violate.)

    I haven't really explored New Jersey pricing enough - like perhaps there ARE "safe" places to live which aren't nosebleed-expensive and "one ride away" from Manhattan. Perhaps someplace like Dover or Morristown? I have friends in Metuchen but I don't remember what they told me about the ease of getting into The City (I think there were some issues).
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    The same town I live in now, except a place with windows. That's pretty much my only criteria for a new apartment.

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    Colorado.

    Although, if the right guy were to ask me, I'd even be happy in Phoenix or Fairbanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AshyPhoenix View Post
    The same town I live in now, except a place with windows. That's pretty much my only criteria for a new apartment.
    Your town seems to be the perfect place for a mountain castle. I think that generally speaking, Canada doesn't have enough mountain castles; we're lagging Europe in that regard.
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    A couple years ago, I put waaaaay too much time/thought into this subject. At this point, I'm not terribly picky about it, having just moved to an incredibly boring, small town.

    I just want to move to the big city somewhere. I think San Diego, or just about anywhere in coastal California, would be pretty kick-ass. So would the PNW (Seattle or Portland). The west coast is mostly pretty expensive, though. I wouldn't be miserable if I settled for Texas for a while as I try to get my career established. Austin is pretty cool, for instance.

    The big question for me is whether to move out of the country someday. Still not a big fan of the corporate personhood, blind nationalism America.

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    I grew up on Cape Cod. Now I live in Connecticut. Not the nice part of Connecticut, the regular part. If you're young, gay, and cute, go to Provincetown on the end of the Cape. If you smoke pot, you must live in Boulder, CO, for at least a little while. (BTDT) I spent a few years in the country, upstate VT, not upstate NY, and it does get a bit annoying hanging out with the same twelve people the whole time. So, be wary of Lewiston. Nice as it is, you'll be the "new guy" until you're fifty.

    Me, I want to move to Quito, Ecuador. I hear there's a huge ex-pat community, and you can get a nice apartment with maid service for around a grand a month. I'm just assuming that there are gay people in Ecuador, too.

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    Re: ideal place that you'd like to move to.

    I do like it here in Saskatchewan, though the winters do tend to be a little less my style from time to time...And on occasion, the summers do tend to get a little more warm than I prefer as well.

    I've always liked tell of English weather; not too warm, not too cold, and more on the foggy/raining side, since I love a good rain storm. So, somewhere in the UK would be a good fit for me.

    Barring that, and staying in Canada, a move out to the West Coast would also be acceptable but the summer heat could still be a problem...And somewhere in the Maritimes could work, but the winters there can be just as bad or worse than here so I hear.

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    I'm not good with learning new languages so it would have to be English speaking.

    I'm gonna go with Canada. The US would be fun but I'm so used to living in a good welfare system so I wouldn't wanna risk it.

    The Uk might be a possibility.

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    Re: ideal place that you'd like to move to.

    Quote Originally Posted by maxpowr9 View Post
    ^I had a 5 month stint in Melbourne and loved the city but I doubt I could bring myself to live there.

    I would maybe move to either Seattle or SF (my aunt lives there on a horse farm) but I personally feel I am a lifelong New Englander.

    I was born in Rhode Island, grew up in Mass. Since being on my own I lived in Georgia, Texas, California, Washington state, and currently reside in Minnesota..................I'm still a New Englander, that aint gonna' change.
    I intend to sell my company within the next 5 years (if not sooner) and get a small ranch in S.W. Colorado.
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    I do plan to leave Melbourne at some point in the future, but am not decided on where exactly I'd like to go.

    If I decide to leave Australia, my first choice will always be Canada. If I stay, I hope to end up somewhere in Queensland.

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    Re: ideal place that you'd like to move to.

    I really like Australia. So yea. I will try to stay here as long as I could. But there is possibilities in UK, Europe, Canada or NZ.

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    Re: ideal place that you'd like to move to.

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    Somewhere the Temperature is always between 57 & 72....
    ....there is a lot of misty rain....
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    ....and I have 24 hour access to a heated pool, where clothing is optional.

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    Re: ideal place that you'd like to move to.

    Soho, London

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    Re: ideal place that you'd like to move to.

    I live in New Jersey as well, I want to get out of this state eventually i been researching Florida there's a few cities i want to check out there. Where i live at in Jersey its getting ghetto out here and the cost of living is getting crazy whos going to pay 1k for an outdated 1br apartment and the taxes here are so high. And i can't do the small town thing anymore i feel like a retired person, I'm ready for a big city with a gay population.

    Beaches,Cleaness,Things to do,Warm Weather,Affordable housing etc sounds like a place i want to be

    Other cities i like
    Atlanta
    Nashville
    San Diego/Sacramento

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    Re: ideal place that you'd like to move to.

    Barcelona is a place I can see myself living in. Great weather, great people, great (and clothing optional!) beaches, brilliant football, Europe on my doorstep.

    I'd be happy in San Diego as well, I think. I enjoyed the brief period I spent there, more so than LA or DC or Denver. SD vs New York City, though... a difficult decision.

    Wherever it is, it will not be a small town - enough stuff passes us by here in the 3rd World to have me move to a tiny 1st-world town and still have it pass me by, thanks - and will hopefully be on the coast somewhere. Was born in a small town, was glad to have moved to a pretty big, and then another really big, city as I grew up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by goldenmoth View Post
    Soho, London
    A friend of mine complained about how stuck up bitchy queens rule the neighborhood. I've visited once and it was nice but then again I didn't really get to know anyone.

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