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Old 11-23-2012, 06:37 PM
 
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What are some good ones?

San Francisco is very mild and extremely walkable with lots of cool neighborhoods, etc. Any others?

Looking for warmer weather in general. I know everyone's definition of "best" weather is different so I thought I'd specify.
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Old 11-23-2012, 07:29 PM
 
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What are some good ones?

San Francisco is very mild and extremely walkable with lots of cool neighborhoods, etc. Any others?

Looking for warmer weather in general. I know everyone's definition of "best" weather is different so I thought I'd specify.
Austin, Texas. Portland and Seattle don't have bad weather either and they are huge for hipsters. A lot of people now are saying Atlanta has a rising hipster scene as well. I still think you would need a car but as far as I know there are plenty of walkable neighborhoods.
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Old 11-23-2012, 10:04 PM
 
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Well, the city spreads to the horizon line, but there are lots of walkable neighborhoods in central Los Angeles.
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Old 11-24-2012, 09:25 AM
 
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Austin, Texas. Portland and Seattle don't have bad weather either and they are huge for hipsters. A lot of people now are saying Atlanta has a rising hipster scene as well. I still think you would need a car but as far as I know there are plenty of walkable neighborhoods.
Interesting. I already had Austin on my radar; wasn't sure how walkable it was though. Sounds good.

I grew up in Seattle. Not sure I want to go back to the grey depressing winters, although I agree the pacific northwest has some cool cities.

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Well, the city spreads to the horizon line, but there are lots of walkable neighborhoods in central Los Angeles.
cool, good to know. i've never gotten a chance to go to LA unfortunately.
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