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Re: 'best-mannered city'
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Posted by Peanut on January 15, 2005 at 17:48:44 from (188.8.131.52):
In Reply to: 'best-mannered city' posted by Patria on January 15, 2005 at 11:16:59:
Patria, I'll chime in here on this one:
Pick any town in South Carolina and you'll be pleased.
San Diego - I went to USMC boot camp there. Could not leave fast enough although it is really pretty.
Seattle - Forget it. Too much rain, too expensive for a cup of coffee. I like the city but Jeeeeeze. Why so expensive?
Peoria - I can't offer anything.
Omaha - You betcha. Any town in Nebraska we have stopped at has great folks. We like NE.
Iowa - The town we like the best is Pella. For its Danish culture. Cool town. Cool celebrations. Lots of windmills. Oh yeah, they make really good windows too.
Hollywood, FL - Never been there. I like Destin, FL. Expensive but nice. There are lots of less expensive places on the Gulf. Go visit. The beaches are beautiful.
Philly - Well, what can I say. Ron/PA can you help me here? I have been to Philly several times and hated it each time. Did I miss the "brotherly love"? I guess so.
Houston - Been there once. Loved it. Texas is a great state. Lots of very nice people. The Nuts especially like Fort Worth. That is a great town,
Salt Lake - Never been there. On the list of things to do though.
Not on the list >>>>>
New Orleans - great place to visit. Wouldn't want to live there (again). Hunter (NOLA) you know what I am talking about. I know all about the East and West banks as well as the Bridge Police and the midnight call on Fat Tuesday. I lived there for four years (Kenner, Algiers, lots of other places).
Perry, MO - that is the closest town to our little farm. Its small. Lots of antiques. But the folks are very nice and willing to help anyone.
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