No! Then why not??!
It's a very cosmopolitan city, where lots of cultures and races come together and live in relative harmony, or so it seems to me.
It's also one of the most popular cities to work in in all of Europe, with the majority of people being very happy, thank you, with their quality of life!
What does it take, do you think, to be happy?
Here are the stats for Frankfurt am Main - Frankfurt on the Main (the name of the city's river):
Quality of Life
|Forty-eight city parks - Wow!|
I can feel the Wanderlust now!
I shall also be attempting to get into at least two of those swimming pools - They even have open air ones around the city - Like to see them try that in north east England!
|In the past, I must 'fess up, I've often got the work/life balance wrong. Now, since being made unemployed, my cup of me-time almost runneth over...|
|Not sure how long I'll have this time for a stab at some leisure and pleasure, but I'm going to give it a go for a while.|
|Music often has the power to make me very happy, so I'm sharing with you today a little bit of Laith Al-Deen, who hails from Germany via the US, an Iraqi dad and a German mum. He's singing "Pictures of You" - |
I'll bet you've never heard of him, but I picked up on his music while in Germany ten years ago, and I'm particularly fond of this song.
|Hope you can sway a little to it today, mes bloggy Blackberries while you contemplate what gives you your qualité de vie ... And your joie de vivre, as the lovely Frogs say.|