Which one do you like?

@vzihan (145)
China
March 30, 2009 9:46pm CST
A small city which is comfortable,peaceful,and beautiful,comparing with a big city which is busy,convenient,and wonderful,which one will you choose to live in?For example,Boulder and New York,Berkeley and Los Angeles.
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7 responses
• China
12 Apr 09
I like to live a middle city with a comfortable condition!Thanks for your discussion!
@bindishah (2062)
• India
31 Mar 09
probably a mix of both. I love the hustle and bustle of a busy city but cant imagine spending every waking minute there. So I guess idyllic vacations in a peaceful town maybe once in a while mixed in with the big city life would be perfect for me.
• United States
31 Mar 09
I want more than anything to live in Austin Texas. Given your examples, I guess it would fall into the category of small city, with a third the number of people as Los Angeles and 1/8 the people of NYC. It definitely has that comfortable feeling and it is amazingly beautiful. So many cities are all steel and glass; Austin is red brick and wood (excepting the Frost Bank building which always makes me think of Wayne Towers). It's an artists' city, the live music capital of the world, and the only place I have ever truly and completely felt "at home."
@ktosea (2027)
• China
31 Mar 09
for work I prefer big cities but for live I prefer small and peaceful places.hard to have a better choice
@mickey27 (67)
• United States
31 Mar 09
Hi,vzihan I would choose a small city that is comfortable, peaceful, and beautiful,because I would feel more comfortable raising my children in this type of atmosphere.
@brew2x (3096)
• Philippines
31 Mar 09
I think I will go for a small city that is comfortable, peaceful and beautiful. I will enjoy being there more because it will be relaxing. I like it where time moves slowly. Happy MyLotting!
@spalladino (17925)
• United States
31 Mar 09
I moved from the suburbs of Maryland, near Washington, D.C. to a very small town in south Florida about six years ago and I have to say that I love it here. There are some inconveniences being far from the big city but you can't put a price on the peace of mind we have here and the benefits of a slower pace on your blood pressure and your attitude.