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)
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.
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.
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.
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.
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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