Needing a change

I want to move. Anywhere but here. New York? LA? San Fran? Rome? Zimbabwe? Suggestions welcome.

  1. tom says:

    NY, definitely. Its the capital of the world.

  2. Chad says:

    Ummm, Zimbabwe? <a href="" rel="nofollow">Hell no</a>. You might as well move to lovely downtown Sarajevo.

    How about Portland, Oregon? Or London? Florence? Tulsa?

  3. Nikki says:

    Cinque Terra, Italy.

    Right on the Riviera, baby!

    The most beautiful place EVER.

  4. chris says:

    Cinque Terra? Not unless you want to ride a fenicular (sp?) all day, or buy stock in Timberland boots.

    I vote Victoria, Canada. Or New York City. Or you can just eschew the whole house thing for a while. That, I think, would suit you best.

  5. chris says:

    Look, stop kicking it around and just move. Get yourself a non-prewar in B*K*L*Y*N and join the crowd. crimney. :D

  6. shep says:

    there's always portland, yeah - or stay on the east coast. i'm debating what to do when my lease is up in May. thinkin about Burlington, VT.

  7. alex says:

    I can't get much worse than Nebraska. When my lease is up I'm planning on moving to Chicago - but would rather live in London.


  8. roboboshi says:

    I'm getting to the "anywhere but here" complex. Which isn't good, because it's the mentality that anywhere has got to be better than this. And I don't think it's location specific. I think it's situational. But the location is a major contributor.

    If I could only afford New York...

  9. daniel says:

    chad I have a message for you:



  10. Justin says:

    <em>If I could only afford New York...</em>

    There's always hoboken! Seriously, though... I can't get enough of Glebe. If I lived anywhere nere Glebe, specifically as close as you, I don't know what I'd do with myself. I'd drive up and down it everyday!

  11. Waldo says:

    Alex, it's funny: I'd <i>really</i> like to live in Nebraska. Grass always being greener and all that.

    John, you want some small-town loving and you know it. None of this major-cities-of-the-world. Move to <a href="" rel="nofollow">Orange</a> or <a href="" rel="nofollow">Scottsville</a> or something.

  12. chris says:

    You know, John...there are still relatively inexpensive places to be found outside NYC. Greenwich for example, with a roomate, amounts to about $500 - $700 a month.

  13. shep says:

    Actually, going off what Chris friends Rich and Michelle live with a third person in a small joint in Astoria, Queens - it's running them about $1200 a month. It's small - I mean, my place has more square footage than theirs, barely - and I pay $505 a month.

    I hear you on this - my lease is up end-of-May, and I'm not sure where I'm going yet, but leaving Rochester is crucial at this point. I ain't getting any younger.

  14. Trey says:

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