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Old 09-20-2011, 07:36 AM
 
Location: Myrtle Beach
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Please don't ever compare Miami with Tampa....granted that what you said of location is true, but trust me Miami much better in climate, people, crime, beaches.....and yes Miami has some really bad areas but if you live toward the east or south or south east, is like living in an oasis of the best that Florida can provide.

Hahaha, obviously it depends on your preference.

Miami has a better climate - Sure, it's warmer there in the winter but it's way more hot and humid in the summer. Not to mention, Miami is on the leading edge of the peninsula to get slammed by a hurricane. I'll take Tampa Weather over South Florida Weather anytime.

Miami has better people - Yes, Miami has many, many more people that are only able to speak Spanish. Miami folks drive like you are in a third world country and when working with local companies you always have to check and make sure you're not getting ripped off.

Miami is better in crime - Sure, if you consider that the more crime the better. If this is the case.... Miami wins.

Miami has better beaches - We have sugar sand beaches that do not have rip tides. However, Miami's water is much more beautiful. I may have to give you this one.
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Old 09-20-2011, 07:52 AM
 
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how bout i dunno. .

Orlando and....... uh, what compares to orlando?
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Old 09-20-2011, 07:57 AM
 
Location: Toronto, Ottawa Valley & Dunedin FL
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Daytona Beach on the east, and Panama City on the west. Both tacky redneck hangouts. Nothing against rednecks (lots of people would call me one), and Daytona Beach is my hometown, but the cities are what they are.
That's what I most like about the Daytona area! No pretentions. Then again I didn't consider it when I was deciding where to spend my winters.

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How about Dunedin and Indialantic?
I'm a new Dunedin resident, so want to hear about why Indialantic is similar.
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