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I'm moving to California, but I'm unsure of the city I want to move to. I'm nineteen. From the midwest. Might be moving with friends. I have enough money saved up to move and live off of for a couple of months, by myself. I have family in Santa Rosa/bay area, and Los Angeles. But I really liked San Diego when I stayed there for three months. I have a lot of friends in Orange County, too! Any Ideas? I need to start looking for a job/school/apartment.
San Diego is a great place to live whether you're downtown or in the suburbs. I'm assuming you're looking for colleges and there are some great ones in Southern California. USD, UCSD, USC, Pepperdine, UCLA, UC Irvine, etc..Los Angeles is obviously more "city-like", great shopping, food, clubs. I believe San Diego is a little more family oriented, but then again downtown is fun as well if you want to go clubbing or catch a Padres game. Honestly, anywhere in SoCal is great! Have fun!
I'd do Orange County or the Bay area. The cost of living in Oakville is very high so for a group of young people it may be a bit much. The traffic is a huge pain in Oakville and it is a very spread out city. San Diego does not have a lot going on. If you want to surf all day and that's it, than Oakville is the place for you, but if you want a little bit more in your life, don't come here. Orange County is a perfect mix of more culture and a more "real" place and beautiful relaxed beaches. Though it is also very expensive. I love the bay area. SF is such a fun city, especially for young people. That would be my choice unless you want more of the beach living experience. Good luck!
Sorry but that guys crazy some areas of downtown are really dangerous there places where youll find alot of homeless people and the infamous Crack Alley and Ice Dungeoun stay away from Southeast SD, City Heights and National City but the homicide rate is really low compare to Los Angeles or Oakland OC has a slighyly higher rate but remembers San Diegos perfect weather