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Hogwall Jackson
Arkansas Fan
Denver, CO
Member since Feb 2013
2924 posts

What is your favorite city to visit?
I personally love visiting Chicago. Never would live there though.


KSGamecock
South Carolina Fan
The Woodlands, TX
Member since May 2012
22793 posts

re: What is your favorite city to visit?
Savannah GA, I'd never willingly live in the area, it would be torture, but it's nice for a day visit.


The Spleen
Alabama Fan
Member since Dec 2010
24982 posts

re: What is your favorite city to visit?
Hard to pick between DC and New Orleans.


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pvilleguru
Atlanta United Fan
Member since Jun 2009
51456 posts

re: What is your favorite city to visit?
Seattle or San Diego. Would love to live in either city.


thatguy45
Kentucky Fan
Your alter's mom's basement
Member since Sep 2017
11132 posts

re: What is your favorite city to visit?
Have not gone to visit a city in awhile. Guess maybe DC because of the smithsonian
Detroit would be pretty far down


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DirtyDawg
Georgia Fan
Straight outta Cobbton
Member since Aug 2013
9297 posts

re: What is your favorite city to visit?
Boston or NYC.


Just feels like I enter a different dimension when I visit


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TnMountaineer
South Carolina Fan
Nashville, Tennessee
Member since Aug 2018
1176 posts

re: What is your favorite city to visit?
DC, NYC, San Fran, Charleston, and Denver.


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DownSouthJukin
Georgia Southern Fan
Griffin, Georgia
Member since Jan 2014
15309 posts

re: What is your favorite city to visit?
New Orleans (used to have a place there). It’s like a second home, despite all of its issues.

I’ve been to NYC a couple of times and really enjoyed it, too.


Maytheporkbewithyou
Arkansas Fan
Member since Aug 2016
6876 posts

re: What is your favorite city to visit?
I want to make a NYC trip to see the Museum of Natural History.

Would like to go to San Diego too.


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TRUERockyTop
Tennessee Fan
Fermi's Paradox
Member since Sep 2011
13148 posts

re: What is your favorite city to visit?
Abroad: Amsterdam

In the U.S: Los Angeles. Family, weather, endless list of things to do in the city, up in the mountains or down at the beach. In small bits I love it, but I couldn't live there permanently.
This post was edited on 2/11 at 2:00 pm


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Harry Rex Vonner
Arkansas Fan
Gumps, who is the Rounders boy?
Member since Nov 2013
10083 posts

re: What is your favorite city to visit?
NYC is actually pretty fun except for the traffic toll fines


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Carolina_Girl
South Carolina Fan
Yankee Carolina
Member since Apr 2012
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re: What is your favorite city to visit?
DC or NYC.

Also love Mystic, Connecticut and Wilmington, NC.


Arksulli
Arkansas Fan
Fayetteville
Member since Aug 2014
16344 posts

re: What is your favorite city to visit?
Put me in the DC camp for favorite cities to visit. A lot to see and do there. Take my advice if you ever go there... spend a little time figuring out how the Metro system works and then take the trains everywhere.

Don't drive in Washington, DC unless you are a masochist and you can't find someone to flog you while dressed as Big Bird. DC and the surrounding area is a nightmare to drive in. If you have to go somewhere in DC by car hire a driver to take you there.


Harry Rex Vonner
Arkansas Fan
Gumps, who is the Rounders boy?
Member since Nov 2013
10083 posts

re: What is your favorite city to visit?
Des Moines


TnMountaineer
South Carolina Fan
Nashville, Tennessee
Member since Aug 2018
1176 posts

re: What is your favorite city to visit?
Mystic, CT is very nice!

Shoutout to Mystic Pizza, too.


Rockbrc
LSU Fan
Attic
Member since Nov 2015
5355 posts

re: What is your favorite city to visit?
Salt Lake
Edinburgh


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Cheese Grits
Col. of Charleston Fan
Wherever I lay my hat is my home
Member since Apr 2012
36187 posts

re: What is your favorite city to visit?
I really liked Savannah and Charleston 20 - 40 years ago but growth has changed both. Now there is a town in GA I want to visit.

I like parts of Canada as they are really America a generation or so ago. Nice where folks chat you up on the street and doors are still unlocked. Front porches may still be built in America but they sure do not get the use they did in the past.


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KSGamecock
South Carolina Fan
The Woodlands, TX
Member since May 2012
22793 posts

re: What is your favorite city to visit?
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Des Moines



Surprisingly nice city.


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Trumansfangs
Missouri Fan
Town & Country
Member since Sep 2018
1312 posts

re: What is your favorite city to visit?
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New Orleans (used to have a place there). It’s like a second home, despite all of its issues.



I bought a steel guitar in New Orleans at a pawn shop. The guy said it had a lot of history around town. It still sounds good. It has a lot of signatures/autographs/initials ...but I dont see DSJ :(


Cheese Grits
Col. of Charleston Fan
Wherever I lay my hat is my home
Member since Apr 2012
36187 posts

re: What is your favorite city to visit?
DC was always a spring and fall place, and America's Attic & Garage can take a week by itself.


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