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  1. 1. Where would you rather live?

    • Seattle, WA
      12
    • Miami, FL
      7
    • San Fransico, CA
      13
    • New York, NY
      19

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I am trying to find a spot to go and visit for like a week but cant really decide on one of these.

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For like a week?

Well is it a week or not? :p Plus, living is different to visiting.

I chose New York.

Never been to America, but that's one of the places I want to go.

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i live right outside of Miami, and i don't even think it would be nice to visit for a week! hahah

i choose san fran, i've been there a couple of times and it was pretty nice.

didn't like new york city very much, seattle was nice, but was cold and rainy (which i hear it is most of the time)

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Well if I were to live somewhere else in the country, it would be Seattle. All around beautiful area.

I went on vacation to that area last summer, and it was a blast. Seattle itself doesn't have a whole lot to do (tour Boeing, tour Microsoft, Space Needle, Public Market), so I'd recommend you go take the 2-3 hour drive up to Vancouver as well. Very luxurious area and there's plenty to do in a big city like that.

In the beginning of August, I'm going on vacation to New England for 2 weeks and will be staying in NYC for a few days, so if you aren't going until after then, I can check back and let you know my thoughts. I personally love the extreme rush of the big cities, so I know it will be great. Expensive though. The hotels I booked downtown were over $400 per night.

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Vegas! :p

I voted New York City.

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I have lived in San Francisco (grew up south of there in Silicon Valley), then Seattle and now New York City.

Seattle was nice to live for a couple of years, but I am not an outdoorsy sort of person and it is gray/cloudy SO much. There are no State income taxes, so it's cheaper to live there. The traffic is light (compared to the Bay Area/San Francisco or New York) They like to say the traffic is horrible... but they don't know what they are saying.

I loved living in San Francisco, it's small enough that you bump into your friends as you wander around town and yet big enough to have good eats, arts, clubs and other social events. It's never too cold or too hot. (No one in town owns air conditioners)

New York City is amazing. We've lived here 10 years and we are never bored. There is plenty to do and see at almost any hour of the day, but DAMN it is expensive.

It really comes down to what sort of lifestyle you want to have. My sister lives 10 minutes outside a village ( < 1000 people) which is 90 minutes outside Rochester NY (which is the middle of no where to me) and she loves it there.

Good luck.

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San Francisco by far. I've never been to America but have heard more positives about California than the other states. Also San Francisco looks like an amazing place to live.

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Frisco. Loved the weather, great city to walk around, and the whole area is beautiful. I prefer mid sized cities, and San Francisco is about as big as I like.

Which, of course, means I can't stand New York.

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Boracay in the Philippines. +30 Celsius year round, white beach's and beautiful scenery (including the women)

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oh damn... didn't see the choices, where is the "none of the above option"? lol but if i HAD to choose one of those, Florida.

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From those choices, for me, probably Seattle, always wanted to hit the Pacific Northwest. Lived in NYC for about 8 years, I've had my fill. Florida is just wayyyyy too hot for me, and I understand California to be pretty expensive, not that I wouldn't mind vacationing there.

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Out of the choices given, I'd opt for San Francisco - it's been 12 years since I was there, but loved the place and found the people very friendly (stayed in a hotel in Japan Town on Sutter Street, I think).

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i would go with Seattle, WA just choose when its not raining :)

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You are always welcome to Incredible India bro :)

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Laughlin, Nevada

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Monaco, so you get a front row seat for the F1.

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There isn't none of above, But I would choose England in the UK.

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San Francisco by far. I've never been to America but have heard more positives about California than the other states. Also San Francisco looks like an amazing place to live.

LOL I lived there been to SF dozens of times, Better bring a jacket if you plan on going there in the summer time, its chilly there all year round, forget about swimming too, the water there is cold. During the morning the fog is heavy and some times doesn't lift at all so you have to be lucky some times to take a good picture of the golden gate bridge. If I chose to go any where in CA if I moved back/visited again I'd chose Yosemite National Park, that place has awesome views.

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As someone said the poll is for where I'd rather live, but you're talking about visiting so I would have a completely different answer to that. I'm sure you have heard the expression "It's a nice place to visit but I wouldn't want to live there". ;)

Out of that list I'd choose NY to visit and Seattle to live, but there are lots of other places I'd pick first I think.

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If I had to choose 1 it would be SF for the weather and the tech/food/art scene....However it's very pricey.

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Out of the poll choices: NYC.

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NYC/Las Vegas

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Apart from what I see on TV, I have no idea about any of the places so couldn't choose

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Seattle, WA. The weather is perfect for me.

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