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Old 08-04-2012, 10:25 PM
 
Location: PG County, MD
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I've never been to the southwest (unless San Antonio counts). It's a region that I am interested in visiting though I know little about it's cities.
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Old 08-04-2012, 10:38 PM
 
Location: Jefferson City 4 days a week, St. Louis 3 days a week
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Mainly in the U.S.: Detroit, Boston, Milwaukee, Minneapolis, Seattle, Los Angeles, Philadelphia.
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Old 08-05-2012, 12:27 AM
 
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Very High Curiostiy:
*Philadelphia, funny thing is I'm not far from it yet I've never really visited before, I've stopped to get a Philly cheesesteak and kept going to NYC or Allentown.
*Chicago: another city I've seen from a distance but never visited, sometime I have this weird fascination for the city and others I don't care for it. Nevertheless it's still one of my favorite cities on the globe and I'd love to truly take a visit. It's city I'd consider moving to.
*Greenville, SC-I've visited on several occasions but I've found great fascination in its downtown area mostly because of the revitalization that has occured and it still amazes how it's evolving into a great city.
High Curosity:
*Vancouver, BC: a very interesting place, I admire it's planning and when I finally visit I'll make my decision rather to stay American citizen or become a Canadian someday.
*Minneapolis: I don't why but it looks very futuristic to me, which is very appealing. From what I've heard, it's very clean and has a open-mind population that I desire. I guess I'll see for myself next month.
*Asheville, NC specifically the Biltmore mansion. NC is a pretty huge state and I've never really had the chance to visit anything west of Charlotte. I've heard nothing but positive things about the city; from its art community to its liberalism, it all sounds desirable to me.
*Medium Curiosity:
*Bethasda, MD, I've visited and walked on one street in the city to get the most amazing cupcakes ever (Georgetown Cupcakes) but other than that I don't know much about it. So someday I may take the metro there and see what all the hype is about.
*Arlington, VA, pretty much the samething as Bethasda. I've driven through it to get to DC, and I love how urban it feels to drive I-66, especially at night. All you see is towers all over the place.
*Detroit, it may have a terrible reputation but the downtown area seems like its doing well. I want to see why so many great musicians came out of the city.
*New Orleans, specifically the French Quarter. I think that's pretty self explanatory.
Low Curosity:
Charleston, SC
Knoxville, TN
*St. Louis & Pittsburgh: I just want to see why they both are compared to Baltimore so often.
Aspen, CO

I know I put Vancouver Canada on my list but I'd like to list other international places I have the desire to visit:
Singapore
Panama City
Rio
Cario
Tokyo (luckily I'm going next year for a school trip)
*Dubai-I've had a long fascination for this city, and it will always have a special place in my heart.
Athens
Rome
*Milan-I want to attend a fashion show there someday
*All of Germany, I love German woman.
*Moscow, St. Petersburg and if possible Chernobyl. I love Russian woman, I've dated one but that didn't end to well.
*Pyongyang, I know my chances of visiting are slim to none but I just want know how it feels to live during the Cold War Era which still occurs in their nation.
*Sydney & Melbourne so I can finally decide for myself which is the better city
Venice
*All of Norway-it seems like the perfect nation and as many conservatives say, it's a "liberals wet dream"
*Barcelona-specifically to party
*Cannes-specifically to visit the film festival
*Paris-obvious. I've visited London before but for those who have visited both, are you able to take the Eurostar to Paris as a US citizen?
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Old 08-05-2012, 06:57 AM
 
Location: Atlanta & NYC
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In no particular order:

NYC
NYC
NYC
NYC
NYC

Gosh, I just wanna go back to my uncle's place in Brooklyn for a bit and escape this Atlanta humidity.
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Old 08-05-2012, 08:01 AM
 
Location: Paris
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Originally Posted by BMOREBOY View Post
Very High Curiostiy:
*Philadelphia, funny thing is I'm not far from it yet I've never really visited before, I've stopped to get a Philly cheesesteak and kept going to NYC or Allentown.
*Chicago: another city I've seen from a distance but never visited, sometime I have this weird fascination for the city and others I don't care for it. Nevertheless it's still one of my favorite cities on the globe and I'd love to truly take a visit. It's city I'd consider moving to.
*Greenville, SC-I've visited on several occasions but I've found great fascination in its downtown area mostly because of the revitalization that has occured and it still amazes how it's evolving into a great city.
High Curosity:
*Vancouver, BC: a very interesting place, I admire it's planning and when I finally visit I'll make my decision rather to stay American citizen or become a Canadian someday.
*Minneapolis: I don't why but it looks very futuristic to me, which is very appealing. From what I've heard, it's very clean and has a open-mind population that I desire. I guess I'll see for myself next month.
*Asheville, NC specifically the Biltmore mansion. NC is a pretty huge state and I've never really had the chance to visit anything west of Charlotte. I've heard nothing but positive things about the city; from its art community to its liberalism, it all sounds desirable to me.
*Medium Curiosity:
*Bethasda, MD, I've visited and walked on one street in the city to get the most amazing cupcakes ever (Georgetown Cupcakes) but other than that I don't know much about it. So someday I may take the metro there and see what all the hype is about.
*Arlington, VA, pretty much the samething as Bethasda. I've driven through it to get to DC, and I love how urban it feels to drive I-66, especially at night. All you see is towers all over the place.
*Detroit, it may have a terrible reputation but the downtown area seems like its doing well. I want to see why so many great musicians came out of the city.
*New Orleans, specifically the French Quarter. I think that's pretty self explanatory.
Low Curosity:
Charleston, SC
Knoxville, TN
*St. Louis & Pittsburgh: I just want to see why they both are compared to Baltimore so often.
Aspen, CO

I know I put Vancouver Canada on my list but I'd like to list other international places I have the desire to visit:
Singapore
Panama City
Rio
Cario
Tokyo (luckily I'm going next year for a school trip)
*Dubai-I've had a long fascination for this city, and it will always have a special place in my heart.
Athens
Rome
*Milan-I want to attend a fashion show there someday
*All of Germany, I love German woman.
*Moscow, St. Petersburg and if possible Chernobyl. I love Russian woman, I've dated one but that didn't end to well.
*Pyongyang, I know my chances of visiting are slim to none but I just want know how it feels to live during the Cold War Era which still occurs in their nation.
*Sydney & Melbourne so I can finally decide for myself which is the better city
Venice
*All of Norway-it seems like the perfect nation and as many conservatives say, it's a "liberals wet dream"
*Barcelona-specifically to party
*Cannes-specifically to visit the film festival
*Paris-obvious. I've visited London before but for those who have visited both, are you able to take the Eurostar to Paris as a US citizen?
Of course, just make sure you have your passport as you have to go through customs.
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Old 08-05-2012, 10:14 AM
 
Location: Long Island/NYC
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Los Angeles (well...SoCal) & Chicago.


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In no particular order:

NYC
NYC
NYC
NYC
NYC

Gosh, I just wanna go back to my uncle's place in Brooklyn for a bit and escape this Atlanta humidity.
I doubt you'd be escaping anything, it's super humid here too, the dew point is nearly 80.
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Old 08-05-2012, 12:49 PM
 
Location: Atlanta & NYC
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I doubt you'd be escaping anything, it's super humid here too, the dew point is nearly 80.
I left NY like a couple weeks ago and moved to ATL. Guess I've already forgotten what it's like in the summer lol.
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