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Stockholm has plenty of nice slopes too, i don't go there cause the difficulty level is too high for me.The switzerland and austrian alps are fricken awesome. But they arent near stockholm. Not a positive for stockholm. I agree adelaide has incredibly underrated beaches.
Andi feel the same about perth. Without the footy or familyThe only reason Id go to Melb anymore is too see my family. I used to go over for the footy but cbf doing that anymore for whatever reason Ive lost my interest in it. Other than family and footy Melb has the same basic stuff I can do here. Syd same except a harbour/bridge.
Andi feel the same about perth. Without the footy or family
Yeah this isnt a personal attack. Just an opinion. I dont actually want to go anywhere for at least a few years.Apologies you are from SA. Yeah ive never been and dont really care if I dont go.
Yeah and mate im not having a go srs. ChillYeah this isnt a personal attack. Just an opinion. I dont actually want to go anywhere for at least a few years.
Maybe one day see Latvia where my dad was from but thats about it.
I sometimes think Id love to go to port Douglas or somewhere and just lay around but then I think I can lay around here and save $1k
Oh come on the river doesn't look too bad hereAnd oh The river around the CBD is pretty gross, makes the Swan river look amazing in comparison
Agree, the cafe scene is fantastic, can't fault that. Being from Adelaide, i always enjoyed nature more though, the beaches, the surf, the sail, fishing and then great wine too. Anyway my post about Melb got nothing to do with the city itself being bad, to me since i left Australia, the population of Melbourne has grown by 800,000 and starting to resemble Sydney a bit. Roadworks everywhere, it has become unaffordable for most people to live.Oh come on the river doesn't look too bad here
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Melbourne is ok. As I've gotten older I don't like the city as much as I used to. I'm more of a nature loving person and it's not a great place for that.
It does have a great restaurant and Cafe scene, if you like your sport then it is certainly a great place to live, good PT and great bike trails as well.
No love for the GOR?Yeah I think if I went to Melb again Id rather see Yarra Valley, Mornington Peninsula non CBD areas. Just see more country areas. I spent pretty much teens to mid 30s going to Melb CBD and areas and seen most of it so maybe its lost its zing.
Be good to go to some Murray river towns
Yeah the Otways thats right. Can do treetops climb, abseiling and a zip line i believe. Apollo Bay is great- better than the busyness of Lorne- and plenty cafes etc.Oh yes. That too. Done that a few times thats why I left it out. Would love to explore the Otways (spelling?) national park.
oh man yes I hate the fact it never rains here in Adelaide. Id love a few more massive downpours a year
What city rivers arent dirty though? the adelaide hill lakes, which provides adelaide with drinking water, is full of weird soap suds and poisioned dead fish bodies.Kinda reminds me of thames, that's another dirty filthy river.
My favourite city in the US after New York is Pittsburgh. I also liked Boston.there are only two definite cities worth visiting in the USA. New york and vegas with new orleans and washington dc a maybe depending on interests. none of the others are unique or interesting. ps. You dont go to vegas to gamble.
I haven't been to Townsville in over 35 years, spent my early childhood in Cairns though and have been for a couple of visits over the last few years, great town and beautiful tablelands nearby.Give me North Queensland over SE Queensland any day. Townsville is a great city.