I live in the city of Perm. It's the third largerst city in Russia. As for me, I consider it's too cold here. Right now the temperature is 7 degrees of Celsium above zero. All day was grey, but now, in the eveninig, it's turned out sunny. We have long winters. As a rule, the roads and walking paths are strewn with sand against icing, so in summers there is very much dust in our streets) This is especially noticably if you come back from other city, where you've been on vacations. In springs, the Kama river spreads very widely (though it's already quite wide; its width is almost one kilometer in the city), it's beautiful. In fact, the famous Russian river Volga, is just a tributary of the Kama!) Despite of having an extensive transport infrastructure, I almost don't use it. I go to my job on feet, it takes me 20 minutes, and there are school and kindergarten near us for my children.