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I was born and raised in Florida, and after living out of the country and travelling extensively, it's still hard to find a more satisfying place to live. Unless you miss cold, snowy winters, Florida's climate and coastlines offer outdoor satisfaction year-round. The cost of living is lower than the national average, and the state's widely diverse ethnic population makes it inviting to just about anyone.
I love the Midwest. I live in Illinois. Living here, I am able to experience every season in each season's full diversity. For me, I enjoy being a little more inland (keeps away the extreme weather of the coasts and northern regions. Also, the Midwest is not as populated as the coasts. Essentially, I love my space and open areas.
The only area of Canada that I have visited is the west coast - British Columbia. Vancouver and Victoria are nice cities to visit and seem like they'd probably nice places to live. On the ocean, the weather is tempered a bit so that famous cold of Canada is not so extreme. There is also quite a bit of cultural diversity on the Canadian west coast, which is a plus too.
This is a question that will vary by opinion, but I suggest California. California has the best weather, and also happens to be free from hurricanes and tornadoes. While we have earthquakes, we don’t have them nearly as often.
Thanks for your responses. I must apologize for the lack of proper capitalization in some of my posts. The editors change the titles but do not write them properly. I don't know why.
What do you all think of Toronto?
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