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Re: Favorite Cities

Postby mikus » Thu Oct 18, 2007 8:02 am

Atog wrote:-You play ultimate too? I didn't play much in high school but I threw a bunch and I'm starting to get into it in college playing for the club team and I'm loving it.


Yup. I played five years for LSU and club for seven years now. For whom do you play?
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Re: Favorite Cities

Postby WickedSmaat » Thu Oct 18, 2007 9:16 am

BlueBandit24 wrote:St. Cloud, MN-No character whatsoever. Run by retail shops and Taco Bells.


Hey now, there's only 2 Taco Bells in town :-b
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Re: Favorite Cities

Postby BlueBandit24 » Thu Oct 18, 2007 9:19 am

WickedSmaat wrote:
BlueBandit24 wrote:St. Cloud, MN-No character whatsoever. Run by retail shops and Taco Bells.


Hey now, there's only 2 Taco Bells in town :-b


It seems like they're everywhere. :-D I don't think I'd mind living on the outskirts of the area, but for weekend stops it doesn't have tons to offer. B-)
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Re: Favorite Cities

Postby WickedSmaat » Thu Oct 18, 2007 9:26 am

BlueBandit24 wrote:
WickedSmaat wrote:
BlueBandit24 wrote:St. Cloud, MN-No character whatsoever. Run by retail shops and Taco Bells.


Hey now, there's only 2 Taco Bells in town :-b


It seems like they're everywhere. :-D I don't think I'd mind living on the outskirts of the area, but for weekend stops it doesn't have tons to offer. B-)


Yeah I live in one of the Northern suburbs of St. Cloud with the white picket fences and no crime :-b

As far as places that I've been to and like:

Milwaukee, Wi wasn't a fan of the south end of town
Duluth, MN
St. Louis
Tampa Bay
Paradise Island, Bahamas

Places I don't like
Fargo, ND.

I'd like to travel more internationally.
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Re: Favorite Cities

Postby Nfl Fan » Thu Oct 18, 2007 11:27 am

Favorites:

Anchorage, Alaska - Grew up there. Alaska's version of cosmopolitan, it's a great springboard into, "The Great Land."

Seattle, Washington - Beautiful city. Great people. Lots to do. Seahawks!

San Diego, California - Weather. beaches.

Rome, Italy - Aaaah... The Eternal City. The art, the history, the people. Simply fabulous.

Paris, France - Stunning in its architecture, Paris is beautiful. Had no problem with the peep.

London, England - I just liked it.

San Tropez, France - You have to experience it to know.



Least favorites:

Stockton, California - What Metroid said. :-P

Lewiston, Idaho - It's in a basin and has some mill there and just stinks. %-6

San Juan, Puerto Rico - Getting jumped by a bunch of hoodlums didn't help my impression. !+)
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Re: Favorite Cities

Postby Metroid » Thu Oct 18, 2007 11:39 am

There is one good thing in Stockton... O:-)
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Re: Favorite Cities

Postby treat24 » Thu Oct 18, 2007 11:44 am

Metroid wrote:There is one good thing in Stockton... O:-)


yeah, when your fiance is there :-D
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Re: Favorite Cities

Postby Metroid » Thu Oct 18, 2007 11:46 am

treat24 wrote:
Metroid wrote:There is one good thing in Stockton... O:-)


yeah, when your fiance is there :-D

HEY-O!!!!!!!! :-b

Good one. ;-D
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Re: Favorite Cities

Postby Atog » Thu Oct 18, 2007 1:39 pm

mikus wrote:
Atog wrote:-You play ultimate too? I didn't play much in high school but I threw a bunch and I'm starting to get into it in college playing for the club team and I'm loving it.


Yup. I played five years for LSU and club for seven years now. For whom do you play?


Kalamazoo College...Real small school in Western Michigan but we're very competitive for our size...As far as ultimate in Michigan goes we're probably #3 behind MSU and UM.

Regarding La Jolla...
I'm really surprised that there were murders at all there. From what I experienced of it, it seemed like a very safe, upscale city. And I can't think of a PC way to say it, so I'll say it...it seemed like it was full of rich people.

Regarding Anchorage...
I was there a few years ago are loved how it was a pretty big city but at the same time it was pretty isolated. I'm just not sure that I could spend a lot of time there.
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Re: Favorite Cities

Postby m16a » Thu Oct 18, 2007 3:04 pm

I don't get out a lot. But my faves are these

Philly-(I live there, the city is great IMO. Great history, great food, great people)

Washington DC- Nice history, cool place overall, not too far from philly.

Least faves.

New York( I was on danger alert 24/7 in that place. It scared the crap outta me.

Ft. Lauderdale- Its Florida, I can't stand anywhere hot all year long. My stay here was punctuated by 4-5 days of 100+..
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