Burlington, VT is a great city but not very air travel friendly. I also like Knoxville, TN.
lunchmoney said:I had posted a previous message in the travel section that I had a new opportunity come across that could potentially have me move from the East Coast out to the Phoenix/Tempe AZ area. I found out yesterday that while the company has a hub there, if I accept this role, I could ideally work location independent (as long as I am in a city with an international airport and open to traveling to sites 20 percent of the time)
I am perfectly fine with 4 days of travel one time a month, and this new wrinkle in this opportunity has me excited. The compensation wont ideally change no matter if I pick SF vs. Dallas vs. Anywhere else.
I am seeking a city on the coast (dont want to be landlocked) with decent population of single women and activities (sports teams) . If I were to look at land lock cities it would be in states with no income tax (Nashville, Vegas, Any city in TX or FL)
What city/cities would make the most sense for me?
New York metro and Cali aren't on my radar.
lunchmoney said:Good insight. Last time I was in Tampa I was with a friend at American Social, and met a girl who stayed in an apartment within walking distance. I assume that is the best part of town?
lunchmoney said:Any thoughts on Fort Lauderdale vs Miami to live?
jph said:Yeah, if your someone is is not a fan of the cold, Tennessee is not going to be great ... its not easy to find the perfect place, huh?
TigOlBitties said:Tennessee can be chilly in the winter, but it's not cold. At least to people from the Northern US. I would be much more worried about Nashville turning into Austin, like Aquarius mentioned. I can speak from experience meeting young leftists from all over the US, that Nashville is on their radar.
The Black Knight said:Austin and Nashville are great cases for why internal passports between states should exist.
Left wing types shouldn't be allowed to abandon their broken states without consequences and go break perfectly decent states. Something must change.
I really hope Texas and Tennessee rebel one day and stop the madness.
whitewashedblackguy said:Downtown Austin already feels like a mini California. Trans and gays, rainbow colored hair, the works. They even had a huge gay parade recently.