What is your favorite city? Why (comment)

Created by Anonymous on Dec 30, 2013

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New York City, NY

Chicago, IL

Los Angeles, CA

Albany, NY

Dallas, TX

Miami, FL

Boston, MA

Charleston, SC

Raleigh, NC

Portland, OR

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#21 Dec 30, 2013
Detroit, where the weak are killed and eaten......j/k, but the motor city is home to some of the greatest rock-n-roll in the world!
Gerald Lyons

Dallas, TX

#22 Dec 30, 2013
Anonymous wrote:
Lol that's wrong!
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#23 Dec 30, 2013
Mister_ E wrote:
<quoted text>If you live there.....lol...you may have gotten used to the traffic....I've been there many times...wow...what a bunch of nuts.....I got where I tried to plan my trips through there in the middle of the night...it was better but not by much....

It's okay Brandiiiiiiii..I've never set foot inside those city limits.....other than six flags...and sea world....:)

it was always on my way to Lake Whitney, Waco....or Houston....

;)

Steve
LOL! I do live there. Love all the fun nuts. Houston traffic is worse! D.C. and San Diego even worse traffic. Liked living there, but traffic was a nightmare!
Dallas is such a beautiful clean place. Oh, you must be talking about if you cut someone off in traffic and other stuff, you may get shot. Lol! Naww, only if you fail to use your signals!:)

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#24 Dec 30, 2013
Why is this limited to US cities...I'd like to visit Montreal...It's a GREAT Hockey town...:)

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#25 Dec 31, 2013
Brandiiiiiiii wrote:
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LOL! I do live there. Love all the fun nuts. Houston traffic is worse! D.C. and San Diego even worse traffic. Liked living there, but traffic was a nightmare!
Dallas is such a beautiful clean place. Oh, you must be talking about if you cut someone off in traffic and other stuff, you may get shot. Lol! Naww, only if you fail to use your signals!:)
Yes ma'am...

Lots of towns worse in traffic...I just remember the bumper to bumper and don't you dare do the speed limit or you will be annihilated...:)...

AND..

You want off where???? Not a chance...Not on my watch....lol...You should have thought about that before you got here and been in that lane...

Yeah....It's a beautiful city...especially at night...:)

Steve

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#26 Dec 31, 2013
Marissa 2 wrote:
Why is this limited to US cities...I'd like to visit Montreal...It's a GREAT Hockey town...:)
It's a neat city but everything is expensive as all hell. People in Montreal are extremely stand-offish (dare I say rude?) to non-Quebecois too. Not all of them but the many who are will make up for the few who aren't.

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#27 Dec 31, 2013
FTW Yall wrote:
<quoted text>It's a neat city but everything is expensive as all hell. People in Montreal are extremely stand-offish (dare I say rude?) to non-Quebecois too. Not all of them but the many who are will make up for the few who aren't.
Old Montreal is especially gorgeous. Almost feels like you're in Europe. I don't find Montreal any more expensive than Toronto. So for me, same shit different province.

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#28 Dec 31, 2013
victoria1 wrote:
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Old Montreal is especially gorgeous. Almost feels like you're in Europe. I don't find Montreal any more expensive than Toronto. So for me, same shit different province.
Good point.
I'd find Montreal is a little more pricey but is much more unique than Toronto.

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Scappoose, Oregon USA

#29 Dec 31, 2013
Portland, Oregon! The city motto says it all: keep Portland weird!
Actually the official city motto is "the city that works" but those of us who live and work here, we use the other one. The culture is just great, a vibrant music and arts community, the occasional street performer or just where to hanging out, fantastic public transit system, the downside is-all this has led to people moving in on top of us, and overcrowding. A big part of that appeal is being equidistant to the Pacific Ocean coast, year-round skiing on a glacier up at Mt. Hood and other outdoor wilderness ops in the Cascades mountains, water sports on the rivers, the list of outdoor stuff to do is just endless. So glad I'm a native Oregonian!

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#30 Dec 31, 2013
FTW Yall wrote:
<quoted text>It's a neat city but everything is expensive as all hell. People in Montreal are extremely stand-offish (dare I say rude?) to non-Quebecois too. Not all of them but the many who are will make up for the few who aren't.
You mean...I shouldn't go there and root for the Flyers...even if Danny Briere, is a former Flyer...:)
Anonymous

Sharon Springs, NY

#31 Dec 31, 2013
My favorite city is (obviously to some, not so to others) New York. There are plenty of reasons but the two that stand out are diverse culture and just how the city looks... Movies like Taxi Cab make the city seem like hell, but it isn't even close to being that bad!

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#32 Dec 31, 2013
Marissa 2 wrote:
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You mean...I shouldn't go there and root for the Flyers...even if Danny Briere, is a former Flyer...:)
Oh hell yeah you should! Sing O' Canada in English as a tribute to Quebec too.

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#33 Dec 31, 2013
Anonymous wrote:
My favorite city is (obviously to some, not so to others) New York. There are plenty of reasons but the two that stand out are diverse culture and just how the city looks... Movies like Taxi Cab make the city seem like hell, but it isn't even close to being that bad!
It is a cancerous growth that sucks money from the rest of the state.
Anonymous

Sharon Springs, NY

#34 Dec 31, 2013
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<quoted text> It is a cancerous growth that sucks money from the rest of the state.
I know that! People that are my friends from Europe that that NYS was just NYC! They didn't know that there was a "countryside" of NYS. People from NYC don't even care about upstate, anything north of the Yonkers city line is just rolling hills and hillbilly towns to them. But the sad truth is, money that comes from NYC tourists goes to the State as a whole, so pretty much what I'm trying to say is NYC is the state's main vacation.

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#35 Dec 31, 2013
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#36 Dec 31, 2013
ask Trayvon about that Social justice crap too,...

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#37 Dec 31, 2013
I haven't been to all of them, but none of those cities do much for me. I've done and seen most everything I want to do in chicago and I like it, but there are cities around the world and country that I like better. If I have may way I'm never going back to live in the Chicago area.

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#38 Dec 31, 2013
Jenji wrote:
Portland, Oregon! The city motto says it all: keep Portland weird!
Actually the official city motto is "the city that works" but those of us who live and work here, we use the other one. The culture is just great, a vibrant music and arts community, the occasional street performer or just where to hanging out, fantastic public transit system, the downside is-all this has led to people moving in on top of us, and overcrowding. A big part of that appeal is being equidistant to the Pacific Ocean coast, year-round skiing on a glacier up at Mt. Hood and other outdoor wilderness ops in the Cascades mountains, water sports on the rivers, the list of outdoor stuff to do is just endless. So glad I'm a native Oregonian!
I haven't been to Portland, but it kinda seems like it might be similar (except bigger) to Madison, WI or Boulder, CO in terms of atmosphere. I tend to like liberal/artsy/granola cities. I really enjoyed Madison and Boulder.

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#39 Dec 31, 2013
Detroit is real Nice this Time of Year,



I think the Chamber of Commerce will tell you that,...
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Sharon Springs, NY

#40 Dec 31, 2013
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I know that! People that are my friends from Europe that that NYS was just NYC! They didn't know that there was a "countryside" of NYS. People from NYC don't even care about upstate, anything north of the Yonkers city line is just rolling hills and hillbilly towns to them. But the sad truth is, money that comes from NYC tourists goes to the State as a whole, so pretty much what I'm trying to say is NYC is the state's main vacation.
Oops I mean't that the Europeans think that NYS was only NYC. My friend Katrina is from Alberta (yes I know that's not Europe), and when we first met she asked me where I was from and I said Schoharie, and she asked if it was a neighborhood of NYC! I was like, NYS isn't just NYC, there are other upstate cities and towns, and she was just like...oh

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