What is your favorite city in the United States and why?
Seville and Geneva because of the beauty of the countries and their people.
Perhaps I should clarify that Spain and Switzerland are the only countries I've vistied in Europe!!
In the United States, right. I love the LA area because I was born and raised there.
Santa Fe, NM - world class art, incredible history, interesting culture and great food (The Compound, Coyote Cafe, etc)
I love to go to NYC for the restaurants, plays, jazz clubs, Central Park, etc. But, I also like to go home.
I like Portland, ME if I was going to live there all year round (I don't mind the cold). A lot of great restaurants, sports, entertainment. Lots of outdoor activities in the area and in the state. Great hospitals and health care. Close to Boston and the I-95 corridor without living in the high cost cities along it. Airport and Amtrak for travel.
I Like Los Angeles. It has the forever sunny, endless summer. In the winter time, you can water ski or surf on the local beaches in the morning, and snow ski or snow board in the mountains in the afternoon.
I'm from Cleveland, so pretty much any city I visit is cooler than the one in which I live. Having said that, Cleveland's actually pretty darn good. The cost of living is quite cheap, there is abundant fresh water (which is becoming a growing problem elsewhere) and the weather generally mild. Yeah, we have a pretty long winter, but it's generally not too bad; not as cold as Minneapolis or Chicago, not as snowy as Buffalo, not as icy as NYC. Also, summers are really nice. Not too hot to go outside, like in the south, but cool enough where you can survive without AC. And we're not prone to natural disasters. Big snowfalls are the worst we ever seem to get (and tornados, but only away from the city), but the worst I ever remember was about two feet, and that didn't even shut the city down. It slowed things down for a couple of days, but that was it.
The bad parts of Cleveland are the job market, unless you're in health care.
Of the cities I've visited, San Francisco and Ithaca, NY, were my favorites.
I would have to say Miami,Fl. The night life is amazing and there's always something to do. Plus I love the beach:)
I like Brooklyn. It's busy; there's always something going on in the city. There is diversity; you can meet all different sorts of people and eat a variety of ethnic foods.There is also a lot of culture; if you take public transportation, you can go to Broadway and see musicals. It's never-ending fun, fun, fun!
Nashville, Tennessee... some of the best memories of my life happened in that City, and it will always have a special place in my heart. Being a country music lover, there is so much to do and see there. You never run out of things to do and places to go there, and they have some great restaurants, too!
Black Rock City. It's a temporary city of about 40,000 people in the Black Rock Desert (in Nevada) where the Burning Man festival is held each year. Other than that, I'll take the boonies with wifi, please. I'm ready for peace and quiet, nature and a garden I can live in year-round.
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For me, it's a toss up between New York and San Francisco. I love the older type cities built for walking, with real neighborhoods, and small open markets. I loathe places like Phoenix which are nothing but ugly highways and big box stores. Yuck. Plastic.
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