Switzerland huh? I think they are pretty tough with the citizenship rules. My first daughter was born in Chêne-Bougeries/Geneva and she gets no benefit from being born there. But I agree with you that it would be a nice place to live.
"In Japan they don't call it Japanese food, they just call it food." -- Children's Hospital Quote
Another "grew up in Miami". I'm pretty happy with the Pacific Northwest. Stunningly gorgeous geography, some nice cities to visit, great place for outdoor activities. The biggest problem we've had is that there isn't enough rain in the summer (seriously.)
Now is not the time to bother me. And it's always now. Wiley Miller
You do not have to be rich to enjoy Hawaii.I started working in kitchens at night so I could surf in the daytime.I tried being a waiter but I sucked at that & landed in the back of the house.Line cook at Nick's Fishmarket.
Also worked charter boats for 3 yrs.fun job but low pay,saw all the Islands fr.Niihau to the Big Island Fr. the water.
My sweetie likes every thing that's free.She knows all the free stuff going on.I take her Costco & she hits all the sample tables.Free Hawaiian music,all the fairs,Chinatown,Kapiolani park.She is a Nurse good pay,but would rather spend it on food & travel.
I would like to go to New Zeland
Me? North of Denver, south of Longmont, east of Boulder (all in Colorado), or a close #2 Norman, OK. My wife's family is moving to CO, and of course Norman is my home town. No bigger reasons that that.
If I were to choose from any of the places Mr.Dinky listed, it would be Walla Walla. I hear Portland is really nice too.
South Park Colorado. At least I would fit in there.
Though I could not caution all I still might warn a few; Don't raise your hand to raise no flag atop no ship of fools. - Robert Hunter