It would have to be my Hometown Bristol, Tennessee. It borders Virginia and there is also a Bristol, Virginia, Twin cities. It is surrounded by the Appalachian mountains and is a beautiful city. There's no place like home. I actually wrote a hub about it.
http://jthomp42.hubpages.com/hub/Things … eeVirginia
New Orleans and Paris. The styles are similar, yet New Orleans is a little more out there. Paris has a more feminine touch that is adored. The cultures are very nice as well.
I have to respectfully disagree about the cultures in Paris. Parisians are very rude and hate Americans for some reason? Not disagreeing that Paris is beautiful, Just the people.
They hate American's, but they like people from Texas. Same with England as well.
My favorite city is Paris, France because of the lifestyle, architecture, history, and, yes, the culture & people. When we were in Paris for 16 days we stayed with French friends and lived their lifestyle. We rode the metro, shopped for groceries, ate 2 hour long dinners, and had in-depth (even heated) discussions. The French (many of them) also love American "culture." The key for my wife and I getting along so well in Paris is we spoke our intermediate French with everyone and almost everyone we met also speaks English to some extent as we discovered when we ran out of French vocabulary. Oui, Paris is my favorite city!
San Diego. Perfect weather, beautiful beaches, lots of outdoor recreation.
I will limit this to my favorite inhabited city, which is Indianapolis. Indy is large with an amazing low cost of living and offers so much to do. It is one of the nation's sports capitals, and I hope it follows through with an Olympic bid. It is progressive and diverse, has many young people (colleges), and boasts several museums and a range of entertainment. Plus, access to other metro areas is excellent: It only depends on where and how far you want to go. I miss living there!
Sounds crazy but Minot. North Dakota. Very nice people, kind, low crime rate, reasonable living expenses.
by Leta S 8 years ago
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.
by Ludivine 6 years ago
Could you share a picture of your favorite city, state or country?I've never had the opportunity to visit India but I am dreaming of going there .... someday.
by Anastasia Kingsley 5 years ago
What is your favorite city in Europe, and why?
by Skylar Wong 16 months ago
What is your favorite city in the world and why?
by kkolosh 7 years ago
What is your favorite city in the world that you've visited? Why?
by amsmoving 8 years ago
What is your favorite and least favorite city in the world?
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