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    Persuade Me to Move to Your City.

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    Come to Philadelphia - The city of Brotherly Love.


    You'll find sports, the arts, historical landmarks, shopping, fine dining (I'm even going to talk about our cheese steaks) and it's location is centralized so if you wanted to you could get to:
    The Jersey Shore and Atlantic City - 1 hour,
    Poconos (skiing) - 1-2 hours,
    New York City - 1.5 hours,
    Baltimore - 2 hours,
    Washington D.C.- 3 hours,
    Boston - 5-6 hours,
    Pittsburgh - 5-6 hours,


    Just to name a few.

    Coach

    I love Beantown Jenn! I have a nephew who lives there with his wife and I love visiting them and then heading out to the Cape.

    Coach

    Boston or Philly Daren?

    Coach

    You can take the girl out of New England but...well you know the rest. I'm a displaced Connecticut boy myself but have grown to love the Philly area for the reasons I mentioned. Still can get back home in 2.5 hours.

    Jenn

    I miss Boston.. :(

    Jenn

    I am noew in GA I want to bring the fam up so baddly.

    daren1

    GREW UP THERE (DORCHESTER)

    daren1

    BOSTON AKA THE HUB

    I WOULD NOT TRY TO PERSUADE ANYBODY TO MOVE TO ANY CITY.GIVE ME THE COUNTRY ILL VISIT THE CITY.

    Coach

    I'm actually in the suburbs so I'm with you dwayne, but I'll get in often for the fun of it.

    dwayne1716

    NO WAY YOU CAN SAY THE CITIES ARE NOT FUN. I TRY TO OFFSET MY CARBON FOOT PRINT OF DRIVING MY 15 MPG TRUCK TO TOWN,BY SAVING ON FLUSHING BY PEEING OFF MY PORCH

    San Diego is really nice, great weather year round, less than 10 inches of rain, no snow. 1 1/2 hours to L.A. where U can enjoy&see Hollywood, Universal Studios, Disneyland, Lego land, etc. 25 minutes to Mexico, we have cruise ships that depart from here that go to Puerto Vallarta, Acapulco, and a short one to Cabo San Lucas. The thing to do if U R interested is to Google it 4 more information.

    When I lived near Dallas, TX I was amazed at the low cost of housing. This was about 5 years ago, but you could buy a new home for around 90,000 dollars. The house would be within an hours driving time from Dallas and on average, were talking a smaller 3 bedroom 2 bath house. But the cost of living is low there. Also there are many large company's that have their headquarters there because of the corporate tax incentives the state offers. Nice place to live, but the air quality is a little on the crappy side. The thing is there is plenty of land available to build on so houses are relatively cheap, compared to the rest of the country.

    I think maybe I like to keep my little city off the the scope its too quiet and peacful here LOL



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