Cairo, Egypt (to see the pyramids in nearby Giza plateau)
New York City
I have been once, but I am still surprised at how much I loved Chicago. I won't lie, I am pretty intimidated by going into big cities but we walked from the Willis Tower to the Navy Pier (about 2 miles) in mid July with perfect weather, not being too hot nor too cold. Plus, being from Tennessee, walking 2 miles anywhere sounds crazy. If I could ever afford it, I'd move there.
Post by BK from WV says BLM on Dec 23, 2013 0:52:05 GMT -5
Not a city but I want to visit the New England states. They are about the only part of the continental United States that I haven't been to other than the Pacific Northwest. I wouldn't mind visiting Alaska either. Again, I know that's not a city. Other than that, I really can't think of any place.
Naturally somebody steals my thunder right near the end of the thread and says Munich. I don't even drink anymore and that looks like a nice blend of country and city. (Not to mention those German girls. WUNDERBAR!)
I don't really have specific cities, just areas. Bavaria as a whole with their country hills, medieval castles still standing, the Forest, the churches.
I'd say Tokyo and (what's wrong with) Newcastle as well.