Favourite Cities in World

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  1. Furboy

    Furboy Well-Known Member

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    Right, so I saw a post involving the worst cities in America. So, to continue this, I'd like to talk about the best cities/towns in the world that I've been to, and I think this might be fun to talk about. This doesn't just have to involve America. In fact, please feel free to talk about foreign cities/towns. These are in no particular order.

    Like:

    London, England - Absolutely love London. It's a beautiful and fun city.

    Dallas - Always have fun there

    Vegas - Love it there

    Arlington, Texas - Obvious reason haha along with Six Flags

    Fort Worth - Delightfully quaint, especially the Stockyards

    Seaside Heights, New Jersey - a place I consider my summer home since I go there annually (tbh, my experience with New Jersey is that, as long as you stay out of the Newark and Camden areas, it's a delightful state).

    Bournemouth, England - Well, my favourite English football club is there, but it's also a beautiful English seaside town.

    Lymington, England - Lots of familial reasons to love that little seaside town. Really beautiful too.

    New Milton, England - Same reasons for Lymington.

    Barton-on-the-Sea, England - See above

    Milford-on-the-Sea, England - See above

    Sway, England

    Essentially, the entire New Forest, England

    Southampton, England - Nice city in South England.

    Portsmouth, England - beautiful port town.

    Cologne, Germany - Saw Germany win the World Cup there, and it's a really fun city.

    Schwandorf, Germany - Small city in Germany, and it is really delightful

    Interlaken, Switzerland - Absolutely breathtaking

    Atlantic City, New Jersey - fun place

    Asbury Park, New Jersey

    Neptune, New Jersey

    San Antonio - Gotta love the food and sights

    Lexington, Kentucky - Brilliant, especially with my love of horses.

    Grand Canyon - Okay, not really a city, but a really beautiful place.

    Bryce Canyon - Again, beautiful and breath taking. Imo, better than the Grand Canyon.

    Anaheim/LA - Haven't been there since 2005, but it was fun.

    New York - well,sort of biased because I'm a Yankees fan when it comes to baseball, but it's a decent city. Jolly expensive though.

    Fredricksburg, Texas - small town, but really quite delightful.

    Destin, Florida - went there on my senior trip, and it was nice.

    Denver - Really beautiful

    Maui, Hawaii - Obvious with it being Hawaii

    Oahu/Honolulu, Hawaii - Again, obvious reasons

    Concord, New Hampshire - nice little city, and jolly nice people

    Kansas City - Went in 2014, and I had a fun time at an anime convention that happened to
    be there at the time. Nice people.

    San Diego - Went in 2005 while in So Cal, and it was really quite nice.

    Huntsville, Texas - Went to university there.

    Niagara Falls, Canada

    Niagara Falls, New York

    What cities in the world, both American and foreign, do you like?
     
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  2. lukin2006

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    I do not like cities, but if I have to choose...San Diego for me is my ideal city.
     
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  3. Furboy

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    Fair enough, and I should probably adjust it to towns as most of the "cities" I listed, particularly the British ones, are more towns than anything. Though, Europe has some very delightful cities like London and Cologne.
     
  4. lukin2006

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    Interlaken Switzerland has me intrigued. I would love to visit Switzerland. You have done a fair bit of good travelling. I have not been to Niagra Falls, Canada in a few years. May take a day trip this summer.
     
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  5. Furboy

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    Yes, here's an image of Interlaken:

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    Really breathtaking. I stayed at a small hotel there, and it was right near the lake.
     
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  6. Furboy

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    When making this list, I forgot Poole, England. My late granddad used to take me there when I was little along with Bournemouth. It's really a nice town right on the sea. I also went there in 2014, and it really is nice. I also like the seaside town of Weymouth, England.
     
  7. Furboy

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    Also, I like Christchurch, England. In fact, most of the South Coast of England is brilliant!
     
  8. Tabascocat

    Tabascocat Dexternjack Zone Supporter

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    Only listing places I have been to or lived in:

    Lisbon, Portugal
    Venice
    Dublin
    Rotorua, New Zealand
    Los Angeles(coastal cities not downtown)
    Burlington, VT
    Gatlinburg, TN
     
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  9. Furboy

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    LA's quite nice on the sea. Only place on that list I've been to.
     
  10. Tabascocat

    Tabascocat Dexternjack Zone Supporter

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    Yea, stay SW of LA down to SD and your golden. Heck, even Malibu up the 1 to Monterrey is great too.
     
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  11. Furboy

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    Will keep that in mind for whenever is the next time I'm there.
     
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  12. lukin2006

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    That is really beautiful. I really think Switzerland is the first European country I will visit. Switzerland is an interesting country.
     
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  13. Furboy

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    Yes it is. Now, if you decide to visit England, London is nice, and it, of course, has lots of things to do. However, I'd also recommend visiting small towns like Bournemouth, Poole, and other such places. They're quaint but very lovely. Don't forget swim trunks if you go to Bournemouth and Poole.
     
  14. nightrain

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    London
    Bath
    Charleston
    D.C.
    Laguna Beach
    La Jolla
    NYC
    Carmel By The Sea
    Lake Buena Vista
    Boston
    to name a few
     
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  15. SlammedZero

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    I was really partial to Vancouver, BC.

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  16. YosemiteSam

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    You just like it for all the cheap crackhoes you can find in Tijuana, Mexico! :laugh::lmao::lmao2:
     
  17. SlammedZero

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    Apparently nobody let Robert Kraft in on this secret. :laugh:
     
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  18. Furboy

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    This is Bournemouth, England:

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    This is Lymington, England:

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    and this is New Milton, England

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  19. Longboysfan

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    Amsterdam.
     
  20. Canada180

    Canada180 bannedontherun88

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    You guys should really go to Montreal!!
     

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