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I'd choose Pacific Northwest Region especially Portland.
 

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:D I already live there: Arnhem; quiet transport (smooth trolleybusses), elevated busstop platforms so you can just 'roll in' with your wheelie bin. Even the automatic doors of shops open slightly slower. Loads and loads of castles, galleries and theatres, no noisy industry, no airport. Just lovely. If not Arnhem, then The Hague. Both known for their slower pace.
 

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Many Danes move to southern France and Spain, where they can bring their public and private pension, save a little on taxes and have free healthcare... that sounds okay... but Copenhagen isn't bad either, it's just a little cold in the winter..

For me time will tell...
 

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^^Yep. San Diego would be perfect if you've got the $$. Perfect weather and location (next to Mexico & LA). Beautiful beaches. Gorgeous scenery. A booming urban center. Outdoorsy lifestyle. Laid back back back.

My kind of town. :D
 

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mongozx said:
^^Yep. San Diego would be perfect if you've got the $$. Perfect weather and location (next to Mexico & LA). Beautiful beaches. Gorgeous scenery. A booming urban center. Outdoorsy lifestyle. Laid back back back.

My kind of town. :D
It has it's privilage that is if you have a car. I was there years back and commuting was very difficult!
 
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