Silvia: Hello, my name is Silvia. I'm from Guatemala.
Diego: And my name is Diego and I'm from Mexico.
Silvia: Diego, I know that you travel a lot, and you've been in different cities, so I wanted to ask you, what do you prefer, to live in an old city or a new city?
Diego: Actually, I like to have a balance. I love culture, but then at the same time I like convenience and modernity, so ideally I would like to live in a place where I can find old culture and old things and buildings, and at the same time have the convenience of metropolis. So I guess, finding the balance between old and new is very important for me.
Silvia: Have you found any city that is quite like that?
Diego: Yes, actually. I think a lot of cities in a way, especially old cities, old wealthy cities have that balance because they have all the historic places, but then at the same time, they have developed really fast, and I think the contrast between old and new for me is very, very appealing. I like to go out and maybe look at a structure that was there 600 years ago, but then at the same time, like modern things, so ideally I would like to find this balance.
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