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Old Yesterday, 08:06 AM
 
Location: Washington, DC
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Its in Yorkshire, its a stunningly beautiful, extremely cosmopolitan city, situated in glorious countryside with the Dales and the Peak District on its doorstep, its home to the worlds greatest curries and Bradford City, fabulous pubs, bars and shopping but the real beauty is in its population, I suggest you try visiting Bradford to see just how fabulously friendly, helpful and bloody good fun the locals are. Simply put Bradford feels like the centre of the earth while you are there, wonderful place.
I'd happily spend a day or two in Bradford. There are still a lot of lovely old buildings and its rough side looks eye catching. And I would expect to eat some awesome spicy food.

Of the cities I've been, the must sees are (not in order):

1. New York (though it was far more cool and interesting before the 1990s)
2. Amsterdam
3. Istanbul
4. Rio de Janeiro
5. Bangkok
6. Copenhagen
7. Napoli
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Old Yesterday, 08:49 AM
Status: "I'm the fire that burns your skin" (set 18 days ago)
 
Location: Tawantinsuyo
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Paris
New York City
Tokyo
Rio de Janeiro
Bangkok
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Old Yesterday, 08:51 AM
 
Location: Asia
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Yes 5 cities you can't afford to die without seeing it
Impossible task!

Some cities I have visited and very much enjoyed:

New York
San Antonio
Pittsburgh
Chicago
Miami
Washington, D.C.
San Diego
Toronto
Quebec
London
Dublin
Barcelona
Berlin
Amsterdam
Munich
Venice
Prague
Hong Kong
Tokyo
Bangkok
Hanoi
Beijing
Phnom Penh

Cities I hope to visit before I check out:

Saigon (HCMC)
Rome
Budapest
Tallinn
Moscow
Athens
Zagreb
Fez
Istanbul
Jerusalem
Katmandu
Ulaanbaatar
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Old Yesterday, 08:53 AM
Status: "I'm the fire that burns your skin" (set 18 days ago)
 
Location: Tawantinsuyo
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From only the cities I have visited

Moscow
New York
Cuzco
Valparaiso
Buenos Aires
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Old Yesterday, 08:53 AM
 
Location: London
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To get an overview of the world, you should see both the most beautiful, exciting places in the world, and well, Bradford.


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Originally Posted by easthome View Post
Its in Yorkshire, its a stunningly beautiful, extremely cosmopolitan city, situated in glorious countryside with the Dales and the Peak District on its doorstep, its home to the worlds greatest curries and Bradford City, fabulous pubs, bars and shopping but the real beauty is in its population, I suggest you try visiting Bradford to see just how fabulously friendly, helpful and bloody good fun the locals are. Simply put Bradford feels like the centre of the earth while you are there, wonderful place.
This is not April fools, easthome lmao...
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Old Yesterday, 09:33 AM
 
Location: NYC
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New York and Tokyo -- the ultimate "wow" cities in the world.

Venice -- the most unique city

Rio -- best setting; urban density meets stunning nature.

Barcelona -- the one that's got it all.

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If I could name 5 more, I would say London, Paris, Amsterdam, St Petersburg and either Hong Kong or Sydney.
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Old Yesterday, 11:17 AM
Status: "I'm the fire that burns your skin" (set 18 days ago)
 
Location: Tawantinsuyo
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- St Peterburg
- Budapest
- Kyoto
- Lima
- Madrid
Like the shoutout to Lima! Great city and a personal favorite. If you're a foodie than visiting Lima is a necessity
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Old Yesterday, 11:18 AM
 
Location: NE Wales, UK
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Top 5 Cities:

- London
- New York
- Tokyo
- Hong Kong
- Bradford

Top 5 Landmarks:

- Eiffel Tower
- Statue of Liberty
- Forbidden City
- The Colosseum
- Bradford Town Hall

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Old Yesterday, 11:34 AM
Status: "I'm the fire that burns your skin" (set 18 days ago)
 
Location: Tawantinsuyo
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Top 5 Cities:

- London
- New York
- Tokyo
- Hong Kong
- Bradford

Top 5 Landmarks:

- Eiffel Tower
- Statue of Liberty
- Forbidden City
- The Colosseum
- Bradford Town Hall
One of those landmarks is not like the others...Statue of Liberty is a statue, the others are all buildings
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Old Yesterday, 11:38 AM
 
Location: NE Wales, UK
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One of those landmarks is not like the others...Statue of Liberty is a statue, the others are all buildings
I was hoping nobody would notice
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