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Whats your favorite city?

Traveling the US departing from the Northeast, I've been noticing how lucky I was to be so close to such old cities. NYC, Philly, Salem, etc are way more interesting architecturally and energetically. The modern cities are fun to visit too, but the feelings from walking along old cobbled streets and immersion into dark history gives me chills and I like it!
PatKirby · M
San Antonio riverwalk at night.

San Antonio skyline at night.

Jenny1234 · 51-55, F
Saint John, New Brunswick
checkoutanytime · 41-45, M
I'm found of the old mill towns, here in the North East, Keene New Hampshire is my preferred consumer destination. But Nashua, Manchester, and the Sea coast are nice metro getaways.
almostinvisible · 56-60, M
[@1201531,checkoutanytime] I live in an old paper mill town. The mill shut down a few years ago, and the air no longer reeks of sulfur dioxide.
The mill property is now going to be used as a cannabis grow site.
checkoutanytime · 41-45, M
[@1213058,almostinvisible] I think the previous was referring to something different then renovated mills.
[@1201531,checkoutanytime] yes, the heavy timber/brick mills.
Here are a few from NYC/ Hoboken
Outfox · 36-40, F
[@822235,soar2newhighs] NYC is crazy!
[@1237081,Outfox] indeed, it is!
Lumberjack70 · 51-55, M
Vancouver, BC. So many amazing restaurants!
Harmonium1923 · 51-55, M
I love big cities with lots of history. They’re my favorite places to travel. There is so much to explore on foot!
almostinvisible · 56-60, M
Any with a population under 5000. Bigger than that, and I want nothing to do with it.
Docdon23 · 56-60, M
mine is Paris...then Prague...but I live near NYC and love it as well
Probably Chicago. Maybe St Paul. Not much for cities in general
ClassicRocker · 56-60, M

Sorry, I couldn't resist.
MrGomco · 36-40, M

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