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I enjoyed a few lovely days in London for the first time in years (in admittedly perfect weather) The parks + infrastructure make for a sprawling, active, stunningly beautiful place It’s pretty devastating to compare and imagine what /los-angeles could be with even a fraction of London’s green spaces and transit.
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obviously, the weather is a massive gap (see image, I left today, lol). But the amount, size, and beauty of the parks is mind-blowing, even compared to NYC. LA gets much less rain, but also feels like we said: we’re good, we have the beach (and parking lots).
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spot on, zone 1-2 in london is probably the best urban experience on earth living long term is quite depressing because of dealing with brits, but it's my favorite place on earth to visit in spring- early summer months
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spot on, zone 1-2 in london is probably the best urban experience on earth living there long term is quite depressing because of dealing with brits, but it's my favorite place on earth to visit in spring- early summer months
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I’m glad you liked it here! :) 🇬🇧 London is definitely one of the best places to be. There are always some pros and cons, and you were really lucky with the weather.
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As somebody who has lived in both (still live in London now) the public transport in LA is the main blocker. There's a lot of nice outdoor space in LA and the al fresco lunch / dining in LA is so nice
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I love London but for most of the year it simply doesn't get enough sunshine
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