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Is san diego a nice place to live?

Asked By: simkvn64 - 12/31/2006
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I have lived in San Diego for 45 years growing up right on the beach then moving inland as I got older... More
Answered By: buzidebbee - 12/31/2006
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Yes, but it's expensive. Most nightlife all concentrated in ONE small overcrowded area: The Gaslamp. Great for outdoor and family activities.
Answered By: bata4689 - 12/31/2006
 
It is one of the most beautiful cities in the world with many tourist attractions. Also the weather is nice year round. I lived there for about a year. You can go to Los Angelos and Mexico from there which is not far. I would say definitely "yes"!
Answered By: Greenglobin - 12/31/2006
 
No, move to Austin, TX! Happy New Year! It's awesome out here and a party town! Go UT Longhorns!
Answered By: HotInTX - 12/31/2006
 
They say it is like LA but without the tinsel
Answered By: Oobily Ghepp - 12/31/2006
 
well, i dunno. its gorgeous, and theres a beach, but i heard that its expensive and there is a lot of thievery or something like that. but if you live in the good part, its really nice. thats where i go for vacation. every summer.
Answered By: tony the tigress - 12/31/2006
 
Very nice - very expensive. Although the East County suburbs (El Cajon, Santee, Lakeside) are less costly than the coastal areas.
Answered By: kentata - 12/31/2006
 
I live in San Diego but I would rather live up in San Francisco... More
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Answered By: bliss375 - 12/31/2006
 
yes it is nice..lots to do and see
Answered By: loveradsrn - 12/31/2006
 
Wonderful place to live but this also depends on your income our your decision to have a roommate so you can afford the finer places. The closer to the water the better, call a real estate office and they will tell you that is rated the #1 place for many many years due to the fact that the weather is 75% year round. My... More
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Answered By: alohawitch - 12/31/2006
 
Its the best place to live...lot's to do, beautiful weather and beaches.
Answered By: ♥♥♥♥~sweet one~♥♥♥♥ - 1/1/2007
 
depends where...there are really crapy parts, but really nice parts too...it is really expensive, though
Answered By: elleryrocks - 1/1/2007
 
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