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favorite US city to visit
It's the summer so.....

My top 5:
1. NYC - greatest city in the world. I'd live there if I had enough money.
2. NOLA - short flight from Dallas. A city with soul, great food and nightlife.
3. Seattle - love the vibe and such a beautiful city.
4. SF - quirky, great and full of interesting people.
5. Denver - scenery and stuff.
(This post was last modified: 06-27-2017 10:25 PM by Moody Magic.)
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RE: favorite US city to visit
(06-27-2017 10:23 PM)Moody Magic Wrote:  It's the summer so.....

My top 5:
1. NYC - greatest city in the world. I'd live there if I had enough money.
2. NOLA - short flight from Dallas. A city with soul, great food and nightlife.
3. Seattle - love the vibe and such a beautiful city.
4. SF - quirky, great and full of interesting people.
5. Denver - scenery and stuff.

My #1 and #2 is NYC and NOLA too. The rest? Meh. If you like Colorado, get up to see Yellowstone. Mind-blowing is an understatement. Not a city though, more like a Mecca for the lover of nature and all things purty.


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Vegas, baby, vegas
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I don't like cities. Thats why I live in Alaska.
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1) Boston (Sports, History, Martha's Vineyard etc., nightlife)
2) Miami (Favorite party city)
3) Chicago (City I could live in)
4) San Fran (Interesting)
5) Vegas, San Diego , Cincinnati!!! (Party, Best weather, hometown classic)
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I hate cities.

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(06-27-2017 11:09 PM)Hood-rich Wrote:  I hate cities.

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Charleston
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Travel is too hard because I like different places for too many different reasons. Here's the top 5 cities I'd be willing to move to.

Los Angeles- Get off the beaten path and you'll find a city full of interesting neighborhoods, great parks, and good food.

Portland- It reminds me of a rocky mountain mining town but with bigger city amenities. Powells Books is reason enough.

Boston- I've lived there before and I'd move back. Winter sucks though.

Dallas- Don't tell anyone from Houston but moving to Dallas would be easy because the two cities are more similar than they are different. Dallas is my second favorite city in Texas.

New York- I've lived there and wouldn't move back to Manhattan or Brooklyn, but a commuter suburb in Westchester County would suffice. Beautiful homes, beautiful area, and a quick train ride to all the noise and chaos away.
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I'd classify cities in 3 groups.

1. Worth checking out for one evening.
2. Worth a 3 day weekend.
3. Worth a week stay.

I've been to Louisville a few times for long weekends. Nice for a chill weekend.

New Orleans is a place you can go every few years as a get away.

NYC every visit is totally different depending on where you are staying and what you are doing.
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