Top 5 cities I've been too. Why they are awesome.
1. Aguas Calientas(Cusco,Peru) This is the city below Machu Picchu. It is high in the mountains and has some of the most beautiful streets and fountains .
2. Laguna Beach (California, USA) I have lived here on and off most of my...
Even though I've never been to these cities, they are still my favorite for some reason. My first favorite city is: Chicago, Illinois. I have some famiy relatives that live there, and I find Chicago astounding. The buildings, the lights, the history behind it... it's all breath...
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#5: Las Venturas - I've never had more luck boosting cars than anywhere else
#4: Pandora - less of a city, but more of a cool place. I never got used to being a robot though, so I came home.
#3: El Dorado - Give me shades man! It was all shiny! I...
I loove traveling and always want to do more; I am getting the itch again big time! My favorites so far (would recommend without hesitation; go if you get a chance!):London: The vibe, pace, people, museums and over-all history…Prague: beautiful architecture, history...
London - Close to home, busy, good shopping, always stuff to do and a great night life.
Newcastle - Incredible nightlife
Manchester - Decent shopping
Brighton - Seaside, good nightlife
Cambridge - Obvious reasons
(1) Savannah, Georgia - If you have never been it is a beautiful city. It also has great places to eat
(2) Adelaide, Australia - beautiful city that is very clean that has a vibrant art community.
(3) Boston, Mass. - Lots to do. Very historic in many of the things it offers out...
1 - London - home and because of it's sheer awesomeness. When you visit, please take care of my city
2 - New York - like a mini London, just taller
3 - Barcelona - never seen anything quite so beautiful
4 - Paris - romantic ideas aside, it's still beautiful, especially at night
It's not the masses of people squeezed into one place. It's not the high rises, the expensive boutiques, or the fancy restaurants. It's not the night life, the constant coming and going nor is it the multicultural aspect of every city that draws me in. It's the museums, the...
That's a tough one. I am gonna include small towns and villages in my answer, as I am not much for big cities. OK. 1. Norfolk Island; 2. Villarceaux, France; 3. Mt St Michel, France; 4. Beverly Beach, Florida.
I like authentic places in times when many places are becoming homogenized.
Chicago is the quintessential American city. It captures the imagination of its visitors and it inspires and fascinates. The cityscape is amazing in scope and quality, but it has lost a...