Still in Germany got another 4 years here but I could definitely make a home out of it if I get the chance. What I'm going to miss most are the festivals. They've got festivals for everything, wine, chicken, asparagus, bier.. you name it. The food they serve there... that rotisserie chicken I swear is sprinkled with crack... and the pork knuckles... good god. You can go to a different festival every weekend. Gluhwein in the winter Riesling on the Rhine in the summer.
A very close second place is the travel, a 30 euro flight to ireland or italy, drive to prague for the weekend or up to amsterdam for the night. Spain for the tomato festival (basically a giant wet t-shirt contest) and the next day on the beach in nice. D-day rolls around, guess it's time to go to St Mere Eglise for some brie bread and booze. The travel here is epic.
And rounding up third only because the first two are just so damn good and the states has some fantastic riding as well is the the backroad riding around here... it's fantastic. Going 150mph to work every morning on my favorite stretch without worry of a ticket.... awesome.