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its the best city of all california?
No, Petaluma is
Cold fog shitter cow town
OC is 100x better northfag
God I hate you fogshitters so much
Any beach city in Orange County between Newport and La Jolla is better than 99.9 percent of the cities in the US.
Yikes. All of you.
Is there actually any city there or is it just houses and beach? What is it like?
Define city anon. It's definition might be different than what you think the word means
Most of the beach cities (like Newport, Laguna, Del Mar) are enclaves that attract people who are rich AF and don't work at all or who can work from home. Besides expensive houses, businesses there tend to be things that cater to those people such as plastic surgeons, lawyers, art galleries and fancy restaurants. There's also tourist stuff like hotels and fun zones but you don't find a lot of big companies located there and few normal working class people, they live somewhere else. Carlsbad and Huntington Beach are expensive but have more of a population that works for a living and there's more business there.
The best small ocean town in California don't cater to tourist. Closer to Monterey is more like this than the Newport stretch
Is it similar to Santa Monica?
Yeah, if you’re a gnomish Boomer.
For east coast people btw this like saying White Plains, NY is the best city on the east coast... yeah sure, I guess, if you like gated subdivisions and being an hour away from everything.
White plains does not have gated subdivisions and has an urban core
Mar a Lago is the best east coast cities because limpdick liberals like you aren't allowed
Not a city
The best places in California are small beach towns where everyone is a millionaire. Thousand oaks is fine relatively to LA but it's still just sprawl
>Houses next to 8 lane highways
what is wrong with Americans
>It's a sunny day, let's go for a wal....ACK
those don't look like houses but businesses. whereas the residential section in the background is cordoned off from the road.
europoors will never feel the comfort of driving on an empty 3 or 4 lane highway. europoors will spend hours in traffic bc one speed-limited truck decided to pass the other speed-limited truck on the only passing lane
> whereas the residential section in the background is cordoned off from the road
>europoors will spend hours in traffic bc one speed-limited truck
"europoors", as you say, dont take the car everyday.
You will never understand the comfort of going to work on bike, stopping on a bridge that is fully designated for bikes and walkers, looking at rowers on the river, seeing other people walking their kids to school, stopping at one of the many local bakeries and so on.
While you're on your shitty 4 lane highway.
> you will never understand
what I do understand is that European roads are awful and full of traffic even outside of rush hour. for fuck's sake I was on the autobahn at 1pm and we were going 60km/h
because a fence is basically the same as not living right next to a massive highway. You're absolutely retarded. You don't even believe this shit your feelings are just hurt lmao. Come to Wyoming and try and convince people the should be 50 feet from the highway. We'll cut your limpdick off pussy
>what I do understand is that European roads are awful and full of traffic
Then you don't understand shit. Europe has better infrastructures than the US.
>European roads are awful and full of traffic even outside of rush hour
Brother, LA has the longest highway ever with a 12 lanes and its famous for having bad traffic
>You will never understand the comfort of going to work on bike
No, I do not want to ride a bicycle around to get places. Even on a path that's bike friendly. I want to be in my climate controlled car with my music on. This is poorfag cope.
>implying we can't afford a car
I use my car in winter and from may to october i use my bike. We have something you don't: CHOICE.
The american way is literally one shitty and brutal NPC way for everybody.
It's the highway and you have no choice.
It's a vaxx and you have no choice.
It's circumcision and you have no choice.
>empty 3 or 4 lane boulevard in suburban sprawl-hell
Yeah, at 2 AM maybe. During daylight hours, every sprawl-hell is a mess of traffic with giant intersections every few hundred yards.
that would be carmel by the sea or san diego
or monterrey cant forget monterrey
The aquarium there is nice, if a little expensive. By the way, if anyone ever drives through Bishop, be sure to check out Erick Schat's Bakkery. They have some of the best shepherd's bread I've ever tasted.
Imagine not piping out those sweet Amgen scientist cuties
In no particular order I liked San Luis Obispo, Eureka, Crescent City, Paso Robles, Gilroy, Costa Mesa, Sierra Madre. I moved out and haven't been back to California in ten years so I am sure all the stories are true about everything turning to shit outside gated communities
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