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I've family in Philadelphia. It is a nice city with tons of historic sites to see like Independence Mall and the Liberty Bell, the Ben Franklin House, and Elfreth's Alley (the oldest residential street in the US)
 

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My favorite city is Portland, OR. I also have enjoyed Seattle, Vancouver, BC, and San Antonio.
 

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I've travelled a bit in my younger years and lived in bigger cities, but honestly my little home town here is really my favorite place. We have a celebration of some kind almost every weekend down town and so much to do and see, including a nationally renowned ag research center with a gorgeous arboretum, beautiful historic buildings, wineries, historical society and much more that really my hometown is my favorite.

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I've especially enjoyed Boston & Philly. Love the History!
 

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We've lived in alot of places but my favorite city is Williamsburg, Virginia. We live about 40 miles away from there now and go as often as possible ~ lots to do, see, and eat :)
 

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I'd have to say New Orleans and Key West are my two favorite places that I have been to so far. I've still got quit a few places on my list I like to visit. The next two places I'd like to go to would be Savannah, Georgia and Charleston, SC.

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My favorite place to visit here in California is Monterey and Carmel. Outside of the state, I love Daytona Beach, FL.
 

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San Francisco is great! Friendly people, good food, wonderful climate, lots to see and do.

I also love Florence, Italy, and London. Florence for the art and London for the people and the incredible amount of history.
 

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Some of my favorites: San Francisco--Seattle--Vancouver--New Orleans--Williamsburg--Nashville--Most any place in Florida by the water!!!--Myrtle Beach--Atlanta--Boston. I guess that's enough for now.
 

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San Fransisco was nice, loved the fisherman's warf (but i am a ocean person, if you don't like walking along the coast you might not like my choices) anywhere in maine coast, Tacoma was nice, rained bunches, um...germany was fantastic, i liked everywhere i went there.
 

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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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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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