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When the Spanish name for the city is "Beautiful view," you know you're on to something special. Chula Vista, California lives up to its name, and also features many excellent golf courses, plus a natural wildlife exhibit.
Fan of the great outdoors? You'll love Breckenridge, Colorado! Hiking, fishing, boating, biking and rafting are standard pastimes, and the mountain setting means you're never far away from a picturesque view.
At over one mile above sea level, Colorado Springs has been voted twice as the best city in the U.S.; once by Money magazine and again by Outside magazine in 2009.
Named by French fur traders, Coeur d'Alene, Idaho is famous for having one of the largest Christmas-light displays in the U.S., and has been described as "A little slice of heaven," with plenty of entertainment and outdoor activities for visitors and locals alike.
Boston’s Freedom Trail retraces Revolutionary footsteps from Boston Common to Bunker Hill, and Fenway Park dazzles with old-time ball game spirit.
Seattle's largest suburb, Bellevue, Washington is ranked by USA Today as the second best place to live in the U.S. With a thriving arts and craft scene and a popular sculpture exhibition, this is a great choice for the creative mind.
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