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Old 02-22-2019, 03:23 AM
 
Location: Germantown, Philadelphia
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Los Angeles. The only thing I like better about St.Louis is the cost of living & traffic. LA has better culture, food, metro area, things to do, scenery, weather, job market, etc.

Let's do it again...
Dallas, TX or Houston, TX?
Dallas because better mass transit. From a cultural-stew standpoint, however, Houston would be the more interesting city IMO.

Whoever it was that responded "New York" upthread seems to have responded to a post well back in the game. To that poster: Always read everything before posting anything, and it's a good idea to respond to a post on this thread as a reply to the post you've read rather than as a fresh standalone post.

That poster stomped on this pair: "Davenport, IA, or Omaha, NE?"

From what I've seen of it, Davenport is actually a very attractive place, and the residents there have decided the occasional flood is a small price to pay for having a levee-free Mississippi riverfront. But Omaha's larger and just as attractive IMO, with a few more things to do. Ergo, Omaha.

Jersey Shore, Pa., or Margate, on the Jersey shore?
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Old 02-22-2019, 06:07 AM
 
Location: Northern Vermont
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Dallas because better mass transit. From a cultural-stew standpoint, however, Houston would be the more interesting city IMO.

Whoever it was that responded "New York" upthread seems to have responded to a post well back in the game. To that poster: Always read everything before posting anything, and it's a good idea to respond to a post on this thread as a reply to the post you've read rather than as a fresh standalone post.

That poster stomped on this pair: "Davenport, IA, or Omaha, NE?"

From what I've seen of it, Davenport is actually a very attractive place, and the residents there have decided the occasional flood is a small price to pay for having a levee-free Mississippi riverfront. But Omaha's larger and just as attractive IMO, with a few more things to do. Ergo, Omaha.

Jersey Shore, Pa., or Margate, on the Jersey shore?
Margate, since it's actually on the shore.

Rehoboth Beach, DE or Myrtle Beach, SC?
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Old 02-22-2019, 09:53 AM
 
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Margate, since it's actually on the shore.

Rehoboth Beach, DE or Myrtle Beach, SC?
Myrtle Beach... more populous area with more amenities and a little bit warmer year-round.

Meridian, MS or Del Rio, TX?
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Old 02-22-2019, 10:45 AM
 
Location: Nashville, TN
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Myrtle Beach... more populous area with more amenities and a little bit warmer year-round.

Meridian, MS or Del Rio, TX?
Meridian for sure. A beautiful area and very low cost of living.

South Bend, IN or Chesapeake VA?
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Old 02-22-2019, 11:09 AM
 
Location: Central Jersey/NYC Metro
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Meridian for sure. A beautiful area and very low cost of living.

South Bend, IN or Chesapeake VA?
Chesapeake, VA because I prefer the Hampton Roads area.

Atlanta, GA or Washington, DC?
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Old 02-22-2019, 12:57 PM
 
Location: Brew City
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Chesapeake, VA because I prefer the Hampton Roads area.

Atlanta, GA or Washington, DC?
DC. Hands down. There's a very good chance we'll move there within the next ten years. We're hoping to hold off until our youngest is out of the house. We've already been researching living on a boat in the harbor downtown.

Casper, WY or North Platte, NE?
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Old 02-22-2019, 08:51 PM
 
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DC. Hands down. There's a very good chance we'll move there within the next ten years. We're hoping to hold off until our youngest is out of the house. We've already been researching living on a boat in the harbor downtown.

Casper, WY or North Platte, NE?
Casper. Have a high school friend who lives there.

Columbus, OH or Austin, TX?
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Old 02-22-2019, 09:10 PM
 
Location: Northern Vermont
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Casper. Have a high school friend who lives there.

Columbus, OH or Austin, TX?
Austin would be a lot more fun, better scenery, and great swimming holes.

It's my last day in New Mexico y'all!

Las Cruces, NM or Santa Fe, NM?
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Old 02-23-2019, 06:11 AM
 
Location: Philadelphia, PA
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Austin would be a lot more fun, better scenery, and great swimming holes.

It's my last day in New Mexico y'all!

Las Cruces, NM or Santa Fe, NM?

Santa Fe! I used to live in NM and much prefer Northern NM. Ofc the downtown is the most beautiful part, and also way overpriced, but it is still a lovely town. You have proximity to ABQ and Taos. Great skiing, hiking, and a good four season climate (really three, because NM does not have a real spring).

Pittsburgh, PA or Milwaukee, WI?
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Old 02-23-2019, 06:24 AM
 
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Santa Fe! I used to live in NM and much prefer Northern NM. Ofc the downtown is the most beautiful part, and also way overpriced, but it is still a lovely town. You have proximity to ABQ and Taos. Great skiing, hiking, and a good four season climate (really three, because NM does not have a real spring).

Pittsburgh, PA or Milwaukee, WI?
Pittsburgh. It has one of my favorite downtowns. Pretty geography. Love the people. Nothing against Milwaukee, just prefer Pittsburgh.

Buffalo, NY or Detroit, MI?
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