Dating in ithaca
Please register to participate in our discussions with 2 million other members - it's free and quick!Some forums can only be seen by registered members.I on the other hand have never been beholden to others opinions; except for the facts.Thus I'd like to hear your experiences re: what it's like to date, look for work, and live in freezing weather (Boulder, CO was probably a cake walk) compared to Ithaca.After you create your account, you'll be able to customize options and access all our 15,000 new posts/day with fewer ads.Hi everyone: I need your practical opinion/advice re: considering a move to Ithaca. I did my undergraduate at UC Berkeley and then lived in Boulder, CO for a few years.There is a local newspaper, The Itahca Journal, that you read online which may give you a "feel" for life, both social and academic. Being a Vegetarian you may really like Ithaca, they are home to the Moosewood restuarant.
You'll get used to the cold, but yeah, its a very different kind of winter from what you've experienced in Boulder.
(It used to take me five, driving what was then a typical car, a 1975 Volvo 245, when PA proudly announced on its border "Radar For Your Protection, Speed Limit 55.")I say do it. So, it's not like it is totally in the middle of nowhere.
It's a safe city and is pretty cosmopolitan in general, regardless of size.mmflack- OK, lived in Berkley, Boulder, spent childhood on a farm, academic, veg.....
I will say that Ithaca has a lot to provide outdoors regardless of what weather it is.
In the winter, they are right next to the ski resorts.