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    My favorite cities in the USA are Philiadelphia, for the history, New York because it is N.Y., for the smaller places, I love Stowe Vermont, and the smaller towns along the Smokey Mountains in TN.
    In europe, I loved Prague Czech Republic, Rome Italy and Amsterdam.

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    I love Pittsburgh, PA (really close to where I live!) and I also really like Myrtle Beach.

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    Love Dublin, Amsterdam and San Francisco.

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    I love small towns like Madison, Ga. and Fancy Gap, Va. Old main streets and historical homes are a passion.
    Outside the U.S. London and Paris top my list of places visited. Places to visit someday St. Petersburg Russia and Warsaw Poland.

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    Columbus Ohio took me by surprise - I had expected to hate it, and fell in love with the variety of culture and the friendliness.

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    I love Orlando, Nashville and Gatlinburg.

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    Toronto was my favorite! Tons to do and so clean.

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    Vegas Baby! We don't really gamble when we go. The company my husband works for does conferences there every couple years, spouses included. They pay for spa services, room service, etc. But the big reason I love it there is the FOOD. I have celiac disease and most restaurants don't know how to accommodate for it (gluten-free diet). In Vegas, everyone does. The last time we were there, we ate at Emeril's and Mesa Grill (Bobby Flay's place). We were at Mesa Grill mid-afternoon during the week and one of the chefs offered to handmake pure corn tortillas for me. It was so nice of her I about cried.

    Nancy

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    I liked Minneapolis, MN...they have the Mall of America (which has Camp Snoopy inside)....WAY fun!
    Kace - Always pinchin' pennies!

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    i think Hannibal Mo, we just got back and love the stores and shops and caves

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    New York, London, Rome, Amsterdam, Munich and Madrid.

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    I love visiting New York City and I will always love where I grew up out in Suffolk County on Long Island. I've really only seen the east coast, though I have seen alot of it. I have had the occassional jaunt to Oklahoma City but that's as far west as I've been. Still looking for that favorite place.

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    My favorites:

    Los Angeles - love the weather, the homes of the rich & famous, Universal Studios, the beach & mts. combo, it's just an all around fun place

    Miami - mmm Cuban food, gorgeous beaches, and people watching (it's a total freakshow)

    New Orleans - haven't been since Katrina but N.O. was definitely a favorite prior to the devastation. Loved the culture and history, hearing jazz music in the streets, Cajun food, Mardi Gras

    Las Vegas - love the Old West, the desert, downtown, and the history of it all

    NYC - love the mix of cultures, the food, the skyscrapers, Broadway shows. There is so much energy in that city, it's unbelievable.

    Myrtle Beach - a childhood fave. The beach itself is terrible, but the Strip, the Pavilion, and the nightlife are just so much fun.

    Dallas - mmm, Texas BBQ!

    D.C. - love it for its history and architecture

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    Cities I would like to visit:

    Seattle- very dense downtown, cultured and diverse reputation
    San Francisco- Victorian Architecture

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    I am not a very well traveled person but I love going to the Dallas/Fort Worth area. They are like 2 ends of a spectrum, Dallas is a very fast paced hip cool city with tons of things to do and Fort Worth is very down home comfortable and slower paced. There are great museums, a great botanical garden and zoo and tons of other things to do while you are there. I love going.

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