I would also like to know how you would compare the way people dress and manners. I find it more important if its as gloomy and rainy as york is definitely not as "gloomy and rainy" as is london. of course, all those areas have very safe parts to them as well.
It would be great to know the opinion of those who lived in both cities. London thread, What are the main differences between New York and London? Most of the replies in the first page were funny comments on obvious things which I didnt find useful. and its a major city..course there will be a myriad of people spanning from attractive to not as much. check stats out if you're still interested in new york in this regard.
The poor girl has been living in London for several months and no one has made a pass at her. That such a goddess can move through London society without being deluged with requests for dates is a terrible indictment of the English male.
some of the most expensive neighborhoods of new york have residents who aren't at all concerned with many materialistic things you may be referring to in your post.
there are some very nice parts of new york which you may love that won't cost you an arm and a leg, many of which are named after neighborhoods of london actually (such as parts of queens). There are many bright days in the winter, though cold.
As a New Yorker, getting used to girls (who are not hookers) walking down the street with their bum cheeks popping out of their shorts is still a bit shocking.
Sadly, I’ve sometimes found that men in the UK believe it’s politically correct for women to pay 50% of a tab early on in the dating process.