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    . . . or annex Sand Springs, Oklahoma. Odd choice. Who made the selection? I am familiar with it and it is a rather bland Oklahomian little city.

    I believe Melbourne Australia tops the list;

    Source: http://www.independent.co.uk/travel/melbourne-worlds-best-city-live-in-7-years-running-australia-eiu-london-manchester-a7896291.html



    Melbourne has once again been named as the world’s most ‘liveable’ city for the seventh year in a row.

    After ranking 140 destinations each year on healthcare, education, stability, culture, environment and infrastructure, the Economist Intelligence Unit’s (EUI) Liveability Index has revealed the best and worst places to live in the world.

    Famed for its trendy cafes, bars and laneways, Melbourne stole the top spot once again with a near-perfect rating of 97.5 out of 100.

    Closely followed by Vienna with a score of 97.4, Vancouver (97.3), Toronto (07.2) and Calgary (96.6) made up the top five.

    The top 10 remained identical to last year’s line-up with Adelaide, Perth, Auckland, Helsinki and Hamburg following behind.

    While cities like Amsterdam, Reykjavik, Budapest and Singapore saw a boost in the rankings, the 2017 report said that the on-going threat of terrorism around the world had an effect on several scores.

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    I vote for Vancouver.
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    Quote Originally Posted by shunyadragon View Post
    . . . or annex Sand Springs, Oklahoma. Odd choice. Who made the selection? I am familiar with it and it is a rather bland Oklahomian little city.

    I believe Melbourne Australia tops the list;

    Source: http://www.independent.co.uk/travel/melbourne-worlds-best-city-live-in-7-years-running-australia-eiu-london-manchester-a7896291.html



    Melbourne has once again been named as the world’s most ‘liveable’ city for the seventh year in a row.

    After ranking 140 destinations each year on healthcare, education, stability, culture, environment and infrastructure, the Economist Intelligence Unit’s (EUI) Liveability Index has revealed the best and worst places to live in the world.

    Famed for its trendy cafes, bars and laneways, Melbourne stole the top spot once again with a near-perfect rating of 97.5 out of 100.

    Closely followed by Vienna with a score of 97.4, Vancouver (97.3), Toronto (07.2) and Calgary (96.6) made up the top five.

    The top 10 remained identical to last year’s line-up with Adelaide, Perth, Auckland, Helsinki and Hamburg following behind.

    While cities like Amsterdam, Reykjavik, Budapest and Singapore saw a boost in the rankings, the 2017 report said that the on-going threat of terrorism around the world had an effect on several scores.

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    I vote for Vancouver.
    Maybe I should have qualified as, "best city in the world that I happen to live in."

    I do love my town, though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Unknown Comic View Post
    Maybe I should have qualified as, "best city in the world that I happen to live in."

    I do love my town, though.
    Well if you moved...

    I'm always still in trouble again

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    Quote Originally Posted by rogue06 View Post
    Well if you moved...
    I'd likely want to move back fairly quickly, unless Point B was in Colorado near the Rockies and within walking distance of a comfortable Irish pub.

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