Funnily enough, I've been told that Boston & Chicago boast a similar atmosphere. Living the majority of my life in or around Boston and never having visited the Windy City, my understanding is that they both radiate a large town feel rather than that of a small city. Both Beantown & Chi-Town attract a large percentage of college students as well as eager post-grads.
Did You Know...
- Boston built the first subway system in the US in 1897
- Chicago style softball is played without a glove and with a 16" softball
- New York City boasts the largest Chinatown / Chinese enclave in the Western Hemisphere
- San Francisco features the only moving National Historic Landmark courtesy of its beloved cable cars
Would you most like to visit a US city not listed in this article? If so, where would your heart take you?