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?