Which of these cities are the best to visit?

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#1 JoaoPedro7
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Houston, Austin or Dallas?

and, what about the food?

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Montreal or Toronto?

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@brimmul777 said:

Montreal or Toronto?

Monstreal is a historical city, and Toronto is the Canadian big apple.

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I've never been, but a friend of mine recently told me Austin is the best city to visit in Texas when it comes to stuff to do and food to eat.

But he also said it doesn't have much compared to major cities in California.

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#5  Edited By warmblur
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I hear Vancouver is good but pricey there seems like alot of stuff to do from what I seen online. I've been researching it after looking up filming locations and I'm really loving it wish I could visit.

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#6 comp_atkins
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of those 3, i'd pick austin

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San Antonio

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Austin

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#9  Edited By GirlUSoCrazy  Online
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Osaka, Kyoto, or any city with a Wawa.

But out of those choices I have no idea.

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I hear Austin is pretty great.

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I'd go with Austin followed by Dallas. Houston is great, but massive.

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I lived in Houston for a bit and I liked it a lot. One of the things that made it great was it was relatively cheap for such a big city. There are (or were, don't know about now) no zoning laws, which made it a very dynamic city. Developers could just build wherever they wanted. The downside is that there is a lot of noise, both on the eyes and ears. Lots of construction, billboards and other obnoxious stuff.

As for visiting, I'd go with Austin. It caters to tourism probably better than any other city in the state.

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@vl4d_l3nin said:

I lived in Houston for a bit and I liked it a lot. One of the things that made it great was it was relatively cheap for such a big city. There are (or were, don't know about now) no zoning laws, which made it a very dynamic city. Developers could just build wherever they wanted. The downside is that there is a lot of noise, both on the eyes and ears. Lots of construction, billboards and other obnoxious stuff.

As for visiting, I'd go with Austin. It caters to tourism probably better than any other city in the state.

I've heard about NASA Museum in Houston. Do you know anything about that?

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#14  Edited By vl4d_l3nin
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@joaopedro7: I went once on a guided tour. Not really my thing, pretty much a bunch of space rocks and NASA mission control. The cool part was seeing some of the ISS astronaut training grounds. Unfortunately, the general public can't use them without getting vetted and paying an arm and a leg.

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@SOedipus: "San Antonio"

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=lhqVMe_nJ5s

Is it true?