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What's the best place to relocate to, Houston or San Diego?

Asked By: kathi_williams_70 - 1/23/2007
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San Diego is beautiful. All the nice things they say about it are true... More
Answered By: Larry R - 1/24/2007
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San Diego. It's much nicer there.
Answered By: dslant6 - 1/23/2007
 
Wow. Can't get much further apart than that. Hmm, dunno on that one. I love urban blight and oppressive heat and humidity. Can't think of how San Diego could beat that!
Answered By: Rusty Shackleford - 1/23/2007
 
San Diego! If you like crime and heat and flat...then Houston.
Answered By: Wisdom Troll - 1/23/2007
 
H-Town
Answered By: Mrs J - 1/23/2007
 
It depends on how much you like humidity and bugs.
Answered By: broadwayaprilandtiffany - 1/23/2007
 
SD's by the ocean and I'm guessing has a much wider variety of restaurants (i.e. ethnic ones). I'd go with SD.
Answered By: rossonero_2006 - 1/23/2007
 
As a former San Diego resident I have to say that San Diego is better. It is one of very two places in the US that has a Mediterrean Climate. It is nice all year round and has plenty of things to do in your free time. It is close to LA without being in the smog bowl that we have up here as well as a 5-6 hour drive to... More
Answered By: joys.poohbear - 1/23/2007
 
I think the best place to relocate is San Diego. The weather is moderate year round, laid back lifestyle and its on the beach. Right across the border too is Mexico. On the other hand, Houston has those terrible lightening storms and lots of humidity.
Answered By: Slick - 1/23/2007
 
San Diego is going to be expensive.
Answered By: aj_lets_go_shopping - 1/23/2007
 
Both of my brothers lived in SD and liked it, but they complained it was pretty expensive. I've lived in Houston since 1983 and love it here, especially for the diversity (and I'm guessing we have MORE variety in ethnic restaurants than SD--one of my favorites is Belgian). Yes, SD has the ocean, but Galveston is 45... More
Answered By: Tony - 1/23/2007
 
houston...the cost of living is much cheaper. the weather is great...very sunny and humid.
Answered By: angie20k - 1/25/2007
 
Hmmm, San Diego does have a wonderful climate, but having illegal aliens sleeping in my backyard does not sound at all like fun... More
Answered By: William K - 1/25/2007
 
If you like southern flavor Houston.. If you want sunny weather.San Diego
Answered By: charney20 - 1/27/2007
 
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