What's the best city/state/country you've ever been in?

United States
July 8, 2007 8:06am CST
I had a blast in Dallas/Fort Worth ~ cuz it had lots of fun stuff to do. Six Flags over Texas, & it used to have Wet 'n' Wild (water park). Also lots of Mexican entertainment ~ fiestas, food, restaurants, culture, etc. I also loved Minneapolis. They had lots of Scandinavian culture & fun & festivities. And Fort Wayne, IN is good too ~ lots of festivals: Irish, German, and all different cultures are represented here. What about you?
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@raychill (6530)
• United States
8 Jul 07
I've lived in Baltimore, MD my entire life and frankly, I dig it. I Love New York City/Long Island/Brooklyn...and that whole part of New York. Oh and of course Orlando Florida rules with it's Disney World and Universal Studios! Country... I went to Australia and Looooooved it. Talk about Beautiful. So much fun stuff to do and see and pretty awesome.
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@mummymo (23709)
8 Jul 07
Sorry I have to be really boring here! I have visited a lot of places, France, Spain , Switzerland, San Francisco, Canada etc but my favourite is still my home City of Stirling - it is full of history and has played a big part in the history of his country! xx
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• United States
9 Jul 07
I still haven't been to the place...but my dream vacation will be at Hawaii
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@rosie_123 (6118)
8 Jul 07
Well I've travelled all over the world, but I would have to say my home city of London is the best! So much history, architecture and culture - the galleries and museums are awesome, and every inch of the place is steeped in our history. And yet it also had such great shops, a wonderful nightlife, the great West End theatres, rock concerts, and great sporting events like Premiership Football, Lords and the Oval for cricket, and Wimbledon tennis, plus of course the 2012 Olympics. I am a Londoner and proud! But there are so any other wonderful places that deserve a mention...... Moscow - my maternal grandmother's home city, and one of the most beautiful cities in the world. Buenos Aires - my partner's home, and a great, exciting and vibrant place to spend time. Monte Carlo - beaches, shops and the casino - always worth a visit.
@skydancer (1985)
• United States
8 Jul 07
I have to say North Carolina... and it's no wonder - I've lived there for 21 of my 24 years! =) So far I have never seen an area I would want to live more, but I guess part of that is because I don't travel much, so I'm open! =) I am originally from New Orleans and my father's family has a history in New Orleans that goes back more than six generations, so I have a soft spot for New Orleans as well. I would never want to live there though with the crime rate and all the hurricane and flood threats. It's also way too big for me, so I just like to visit. To live I prefer smaller towns in the South with a more rustic ambiance.
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• Israel
8 Jul 07
I am still within my home country Nigeria,I have not seen what the out-side world has to offer ,but i believe one day i will do so.Nigeria is a very historic a country,it has a lot of beautiful place which when it has been seen will be over your expectations.They have a lot of university which building/structure is highly exhorbitant.Talking about culture,they are 99% effective in terms of speaking languages they her good too- Nigeria has about 798 or above different languages................Dont let me procastinate because when you been there you will see what i am talkking about for yourself.
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@ibuemma (2954)
• United States
8 Jul 07
i've been in many places before. Maybe because i'm a woman, I love Singapore so much. it really a heaveon for shopping...LOL ;). But not only that, i love the zoo in there. I also did some trip with the boat over there. The best part too, when I want to fly back, at the airport they return all the tax money I've been spent shopping in there. So anytime you go over there, make sure to keep all your receipt, you'll get money back from sell taxes when you exit Singapore.
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@Lydia1901 (16354)
• United States
14 Jul 07
I will have to agree that Dallas, Texas got it going on. I also like Houston, Texas and Ames, Iowa.
@Willowlady (10666)
• United States
8 Jul 07
The best is very subjective since though I enjoy those activities that you mentioned but for me Tennesse might be good or anywhere that I could buy some acreage for reasonable. A ways from town and yet able to get to amenities when needed. As a rule I am a home body and raise my own eats and only need to fill in where I cannot make or grow. I like peace and quiet and not hustle or bustle. So I think you have some idea where I might like to be. Montana might be good if there is only a couple of people per every square mile thing.
@maddysmommy (16236)
• United States
8 Jul 07
It's still too early for me to say. I have lived in New Zealand most of my life, then relocated to Samoa in 2000, and now living in USA. Who knows where life will take us next. I have enjoyed my life in all three countries and still eager to visit more places.
@AmbiePam (48646)
• United States
8 Jul 07
I really loved Colorado Springs, Colorado. It was beautiful and the people were friendly. The weather wasn't too bad in the summertime, and it had such a variety of things to do. Also, Ellsinore, Missouri was terrific. The town is so small you could miss it driving by. They hardly have any businesses, but it is charming and the scenery cannot be beat.
@naty1941 (2336)
• United States
8 Jul 07
I must say I like California as it has a lot of things like Disney Land, Sea World, Knotts Berry Farm, Farmers Market, Olvera Street, San Diego Zoo, Fisherman's Market, etc. and it is not boring. We have many people from other cultures living in California and you can go to their festivals, and stores all the time. The different restaurants are exciting as well as the different nightclubs.