Here is your opportunity to tell me where to go next (‘To Hell’ isn’t an option).

For the first time in this project, I’m giving the direction of my travels over to the whims of other people.  Namely, you.

I have selected 4 cities that have been hovering around on my Potential Cities List since I started this project, and now I want my friends and readers (and the random internet passersby) to voice their choice.

Where should I go next?

Austin, TX.
Denver, CO.
Portland, OR.
Seattle, WA.

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The real question is, Where would you go?

Imagine finances weren’t an issue. Imagine you had no ties, no family, no job, no school, and you were going to pick up and move to one of these 4 cities.

Where would you go?

You will notice the glaring omission of two major cities I have yet to live in: Boston and NYC. They are going to be my 9th and 10th cities, respectively. I still have the the 7th and 8th cities to experience, and that’s where you come in.

Help guide the direction of this project with your direct input.  I want you to vote, but more than that, I want you to participate.

Vote at the link below, but then tell me in the comments what city you think I should choose and why.

Help write the history of 10 Cities / 10 years.

 

Be a part of it.

View Survey

 


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Comment by Jeremy S on March 30, 2011 at 12:07am
I have lived in both Portland Or and Seattle Wa. Both are very good cities with plenty to do and mostly open minds. I would say that Seattle is just a hair more progressive than Portland. Both typically score well on rankings of happiness and health. The weather is quite similar although Seattle gets a touch more rain. Seattle is a bit more expensive. But money not an issue I vote Seattle.
Comment by Lyttleton on March 30, 2011 at 12:31am
Thanks for your input.  I've heard similar things about both cities most of my life and I'm interested in both.  I really can't decide which city I'd want to live in more... which is why I figured I'd let the internet decide for me.
Comment by Lindsey on March 30, 2011 at 12:47am
Seattle all the way! Portland is nice too, but I really loved Seattle. Denver sucks ass. And I've never been to Texas, so I don't know about that one.
Comment by Reg The Fronkey Farmer on March 30, 2011 at 3:56am
Galway, Ireland or Amsterdam :-)
Comment by Lyttleton on March 30, 2011 at 10:47am

From Denver sucks ass to I loved Denver in two moves.  I like it.  I've been hearing great things about Denver for years now and that's why it's on the list, but my one concern about the city is it's friendliness to us less auto-mobile folks.  I don't own a car and so I like cities that have good public transportation.  I'm wondering how much of the 'amazing' stuff about Denver is actually accessible by walking/bus.

I'd certainly be interested in a resident (former or current) letting me know.

And Reg, I'd absolutely love to hit up Europe, and plan to, but for now, this project is all about the US.  I'm interested in exploring the diversity of this country while everyone is saying how divided and different we are.  Once I'm done with the 10 Cities Project, I'll likely jump the pond (at least for awhile).

Comment by Reg The Fronkey Farmer on March 30, 2011 at 8:04pm
Sounds like a good plan man. I once tossed a coin and ended up in London the next day. Ended up staying nearly 5 years !!I I have only seen a bit of the USA  but intend to see a lot more (tempus fugit).

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