United States Cities
- 41Massachusetts, USA45 reviews
Mostly known for being the location of one of the world's most famous and prestigious universities.
- 42California, USA132 reviews
Relax at the beach, enjoy the out of the box patrons, and hike around in the forest...all in one day. This is a great place to live or visit. Not big in the commercial scene but definitely in love with the surrounding nature. If you get the chance go and see the butterflies when they are migrating.
- 43California, USA69 reviews
Prestine Lake Tahoe is a very popular destination and a must see during your visit. Take a cruise on the Dixie Queen in Zephyr Cove,NV and enjoy a awesome experience on the Lake.
- 44Florida, USA3 reviews
love it, cant wait to retire here
- 45Tennessee, USA57 reviews
Great place for a great vacation. Plenty of great places to shop and great restaurants to choose from. A great deal of entertainment places to visit. Music places for everyone to enjoy. The Great Smoky Mountain is a great place to visit.
- 46California, USA33 reviews
I love Oakland. It is culturally diverse and is the perfect location to commute back and forth to San Francisco from. Oakland has the famous Lake Merritt Theater, Jack London Square, China Town, Oakland Zoo, Children's Fairyland, and so much more. Oakland is a great place to visit. It's just unfortunate the public school system in Oakland is failing.
- 47Florida, USA129 reviews
Daytona Beach the “World’s Most Famous Beach” is a 23-mile long stretch of white sandy beach that allows vehicle driving during daylight hours, and offers nearly every water sport imaginable as well as a lively boardwalk. Enjoy old-fashioned beachfront fun: shops, arcades, amusements and a classic pier stretching a quarter mile into the ocean. The beach is always open and ...
- 48Florida, USA41 reviews
Sarasota is your door to world-class beaches, dining, shopping, and entertainment. And there are about fifty thousand permanent residents of Sarasota, but during the fall and winter that population ballons to almost a half-million people. I think this is the most beautiful city in Florida, and certainly one of the friendliest.
- 49Oregon, USA27 reviews
Bend is a great place for outdoor activities of all sorts, especially those involving snow.
- 50Florida, USA202 reviews
One of the largest metropolitan areas in America without local rail service and the expressway shows it even on a Saturday at 3 pm without an event. All else perfect.
- 51Hawaii, USA14 reviews
Very pretty with amazing view!
- 52Colorado, USA41 reviews
Breckenridge is a beautiful old mining town that has exchanged its head lamp and pick ax for a pair of skis. It is pretty, well maintained and the people have that wonderful friendly charm that should come with a mountain town. As some one who spent a singifcant portion of my childhood weekends in the mountains with various relatives I ...
- 53Florida, USA88 reviews
Downtown St Augustine is a must during the day to stroll with the tourists down St George St but it is at its best at night when it transforms into a lovely walking style Europen Town for great restaurants.
- 54New Mexico, USA94 reviews
I drove into Santa Fe one night on the way to LA. I thought I was going to stay over one night and then... I left two years later.
- 55California, USA59 reviews
This is a great kids park in Brown's Valley Napa. Great lunch at Brown's Valley market and walk over. it's next to the grade school.
- 56California, USA38 reviews
Known as WeHo, this area of LA is really funny. For shopping addicted Robertson and Melrose boutiques are a nice starting point. There are also stylish restautants and hotels. I enjoyed also driving through Sunset Blv, what beautiful houses and gardens all there around.
- 57Hawaii, USA47 reviews
Beautiful drive the road to HANA waterfall lush green hills a beautiful drive.
- 58Hawaii, USA22 reviews
Wet! But interesting and beautiful.
- 59California, USA58 reviews
Big Bear Lake is just 2 hours from LA, but seems like a world away. The smell of pine trees, the quaint little town that offers fantastic restaurants and quirky souvenir shops, and the beautiful lake that serves as the centerpiece of Big Bear makes a trip here feel like you're in Colorado or Vermont ski town. I took a ...
- 60Arizona, USA134 reviews
Sedona is a wonderful place. You can go there again and again and never get tired of it. Sedona is situated in such spectacular setting - you are guaranteed to have a great vacation, especially if the weather is nice. There are incredible hiking trails around there. You can also drive around the mountains and admire beautiful red rocks. Sedona ...