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Old 08-04-2017, 07:49 PM
 
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I've never seen any of your posts with so many typos, are you feeling well Peter?
You will see more typos when I travel. Thanks for asking! Im on a small phone.

My goal is to visit for 5 days at least every metro under 1 million. I already of course have conquered the major metros in the top 50.

 
Old 08-04-2017, 08:57 PM
 
Location: I is where I is
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You will see more typos when I travel. Thanks for asking! Im on a small phone.

My goal is to visit for 5 days at least every metro under 1 million. I already of course have conquered the major metros in the top 50.
Hahaha I figured all was well, never know though!

On the bright side, I should be returning to Louisville in November!
 
Old 08-04-2017, 11:11 PM
 
Location: IL/IN/FL/CA/KY/FL/KY/WA
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I would say Madison, Wisconsin. The winter might suck, but if you're into younger guys, a college town will have plenty of opportunities there - they've got TONS of outdoor options - plenty of great music and farmer's markets, and people there have been friendly (though nobody really is friendlier than Louisvillians IMO).

Indianapolis is a terrible option. People only compare Indy/Cincy and Louisville because of their proximity. They really aren't well related at all. I lived in Indy for 8 years and have visited Cincy extensively. Indy does have some nice parks and museums, but people there are generally indifferent and somewhat boorish.

Denver is another that would meet most of your criteria.
 
Old 08-05-2017, 07:18 AM
 
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Nashville shares many of the qualities you're seeking: friendly people, lively social scene, cultural activities, museums and parks, sports, colleges and universities, river town, good restaurants, pretty setting, nice neighborhoods and of course country music to boot. It's close enough to Louisville that you could keep in touch with friends or they could visit - just three hours down I-65.

That same proximity means you could easily spend a longish weekend there and see for yourself.
 
Old 08-05-2017, 07:32 AM
 
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Nashville shares many of the qualities you're seeking: friendly people, lively social scene, cultural activities, museums and parks, sports, colleges and universities, river town, good restaurants, pretty setting, nice neighborhoods and of course country music to boot. It's close enough to Louisville that you could keep in touch with friends or they could visit - just three hours down I-65.

That same proximity means you could easily spend a longish weekend there and see for yourself.
I agree but the traffic and prices there are insane!
 
Old 08-05-2017, 04:24 PM
 
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These types of threads need to be placed in the City v City forum. They tend to devolve onto bickering about which city is better, as a few posts in this thread have already done. Threads in this forum need to be about Louisville with only very limited references to other cities.

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