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Reply #31 i2vision's post
No, it's lacking in vibrancy as defined by you, not by me or some others here...period! About the neon lights, did it ever occur to you that they're a huge waste of energy and they cause light pollution? I can't speak for others in other countries, but I can say that in my country, we don't much care for it. Are neon lights a viable indicator of vibrancy? Aickland is no comparison? If you haven't been there, then this statement is a complete waste of time, so might be best not to make the comparison. If you do so on heresay, then more fool you! Yes, I've been to Toronto and Vancouver as well as Windsor, Ottawa, Saskatoon, Montreal and Edmonton to name but a few more. Yes, those 2 cities you mentioned have their own vibrancy and it was nice to visit those places.|
As for London, well, I guess what's one mans trash is another mans treasure. It's obvious that your ideas clash with mine, and others, so it's probably best to agree to disagree and leave it at that.
huang; most large cities, if not all, have their red-light districts. They were fun to visit when younger but now, nah, I'd rather go to Shamian in Guangzhou and sit by the river eating nice seafood and drinking a few coldies, or go to Huangshi Lu and have a few beers with some expat friends there, or head down to Shenzhen and see some frirends there, or go to HK and party up down there. I'm more into a sedate lifestyle these days....getting old!