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Bourre'
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re: Most underrated cities in the U.S.

Natchitoches, La


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lsunurse
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Scottsdale, AZ
Member since Dec 2005
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re: Most underrated cities in the U.S.
Lotta love for Scottsdale in this thread


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gthog61
Georgia Tech Fan
Irving, TX
Member since Nov 2009
4933 posts

re: Most underrated cities in the U.S.
Richmond, VA

I never thought about it either until I lived there a year. It has a lot of variety and it's within a couple of hours of a lot of places (beaches, mtns, the bay, DC, etc.


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DrakeLSU
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Kansas
Member since Dec 2012
1348 posts

re: Most underrated cities in the U.S.
Oklahoma City
St. Petersburg
Boise
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TulaneTigerFan
Tulane Fan
Seattle
Member since Sep 2005
35856 posts

re: Most underrated cities in the U.S.
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Seattle may be bigger and more cosmopolitan, but Portland doesn't have the traffic and costs a lot less to live there.


It's completely possible to live in Seattle and avoid all traffic. I don't think the cost of living difference is huge either.


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TH03
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Member since Dec 2008
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re: Most underrated cities in the U.S.
my point exactly.


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jimbeam
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University of LSU
Member since Oct 2011
36710 posts

re: Most underrated cities in the U.S.
Pecan island


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RogerTheShrubber
LSU Fan
Juneau, AK
Member since Jan 2009
100264 posts

re: Most underrated cities in the U.S.
Gotta pump the hometown.

1) Most restaurants per capita in the nation.
2) Coastal and mountains
3) Probably warmer than the midwest in winter
4) Municipal Ski area
5) Heliskiing and extreme sports
6) World class fishing and hunting
7) Bears walk the streets
8) Named best town to live in the 25k-100k population range 2007
9) 4th ranked by Outdoor Magazine best places to raise an outdoor kid
10) Has glaciers and an icefield in the city limits
11) Whales, bears, orcas, sea lions, eagles
12) Fairly affluent, high standard of living, fairly well educated population. Median household income around 80k. Low unemployment lots of high paying jobs.

Most important, the scenery.

Image: http://cdn.c.photoshelter.com/img-get/I0000vaQU7a__ATo/s/750/alaska10125.jpg





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bayou2003
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Member since Oct 2003
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re: Most underrated cities in the U.S.
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Kansas City

Love going to KC.


True. Nice place, love the interstate system that runs thru and around the city.


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mworld938
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Covington
Member since Sep 2008
1422 posts

re: Most underrated cities in the U.S.
I have a brother that lives in Boise, Idaho and a sister that lives in St. Petersburg, Florida. They are both really cool cities I look forward to visiting every year.


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LittleSpoon
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goals not standards
Member since May 2010
6349 posts

re: Most underrated cities in the U.S.
Iowa city


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glassman
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Next to the beer taps at Finn's
Member since Oct 2008
103083 posts
Online

re: Most underrated cities in the U.S.
Columbus, OH
Madison, WS
Santa Fe, NM


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PHXTigers
LSU Fan
Arizona
Member since Dec 2007
745 posts

re: Most underrated cities in the U.S.
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Its weird...I can tolerate 110 but 115 feels about 20 degrees hotter than 110. Its amazing the difference that 5 degrees can make.


Amen!


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Purple n GOLDUST
LSU Fan
Member since Oct 2009
142 posts

re: Most underrated cities in the U.S.
moving to Seattle for 6 weeks on saturday


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alajones
LSU Fan
Hell
Member since Oct 2005
23170 posts

re: Most underrated cities in the U.S.
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Shreveport is underrated.
As far as people who live in Bossier and think Bossier is better, yes. Or people who think Baton Rouge is better.


NawlinsTigah270
LSU Fan
Mile High
Member since Jun 2008
13115 posts

re: Most underrated cities in the U.S.
Shreveport is essentially a pile of dog shite. I can't get out of here soon enough


alajones
LSU Fan
Hell
Member since Oct 2005
23170 posts

re: Most underrated cities in the U.S.
Okay.


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