The Top 5 Places I Would Love to Live
Oh The Places I Would Go..
I love the idea of living in a place with lots of culture and character. The first thing that attracts me to Amsterdam are the buildings and the old time feeling they give me. I have always been drawn to the more simplistic times, when things weren't so busy for people. They made their family and lived their lives, now it seems people get so wrapped up in work or school that they forget what its like to be a family.
I also am very attracted to their weather, it rarely gets colder than 23 degrees or warmer than 82 degrees since it is a mild North sea climate. But the weather is very unpredictable so layers are often necessary. Also, people are most likely to bike or walk around the city, meaning less traffic, a healthier lifestyle and less pollution.
I love the idea of having a house near a body of water, and Amsterdam has lots of canal houses. They even have hotels on the canals if you just want to go for a visit!
The City of Love
I'm not a fan of the heat, and because of Ireland's location, their average temperature is 50 degrees all year round. The hottest months are July and August, and that's because the sun shines for 18 hours a day those months, not setting until after 11 p.m.!
I would love to live here to enjoy the beautiful fields, castles, flowers. And in the summer months there are so many festivals to enjoy.
One downside, is I love rain, and it doesn't rain often in Ireland. But the wonderful landscape could make up for the lack of a rainy season!
London, of course!
Do I need to explain after seeing those beautiful beaches?! I love the beautiful architecture of the houses and buildings and can you imagine swimming in that beautiful blue water?! Almost 80% of Greece is made of mountains and they have a land surface area about the size of Alabama. They have the most foreign airports in the world because so many people visit Greece and I can definitely see why!