What is the best city in the west to move to?

My husband and i are from Indiana and we are tired of the cold and snow. We can transfer to any city in the west we want but never having been west we need input please. Our children are grown so it's just us.

Asked By: Donna P - 2/16/2007
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Answered By: cubcowboysgirl - 2/16/2007
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Dallas, Texas
Answered By: *Glamorous* - 2/16/2007
I think San Fransico or Seattle
Answered By: Tiff - 2/16/2007
I live in Las Vegas. It's nice.
Answered By: Erikka. - 2/16/2007
COME TO Northen cali beautiful weather, diverse, just gr8 all around
Answered By: sickskillz883 - 2/16/2007
To "Neverland"
Answered By: MIMI - 2/16/2007
San Diego. It's perfect for you and your husband.
Answered By: Soulful Kris - 2/16/2007
Los Angeles...By far.
Answered By: Hi - 2/16/2007
Answered By: dairy fairy - 2/16/2007
You need to consider what you're looking for. All sun and hot, then Arizona, if you want by the beach, then San Diego, CA...there are so many beautiful places..I would suggest you do a little research and see what has more to offer of your interests.
Answered By: Betty Boop - 2/16/2007
well if you are to the u.s try california, new york, or miami. those places are really hot. but if you really want to go places i suggest paris, spain, and london. I have visited all of those places and they are all very beautiful
Answered By: Peter petrelli 242 lover - 2/16/2007
depends on how west you mean. i live in memphis tn which isss west of you...
Answered By: *smartie* - 2/16/2007
I like Fremont, California. It's not too cold or hot, it's a small town, and it's fun.
Answered By: nora22000 - 2/16/2007
Santa Barbara is the place to be
Answered By: - 2/16/2007
Houston, Tx. Cheap place to live, lots of jobs, nice people and nice climate.
Answered By: Kitty - 2/16/2007
i live in portland oregon.. which is west of where you are. northwest :) i love it here, but if you are looking to get away from the rain Portland, Seattle aren't you cities. also snow is common in Seattle, we don't get much in Portland (apperently with the exception of this year..). Try California if you want... More
Answered By: jpc_julia - 2/16/2007
The West is overpriced and over-crowded, especially California, not a good area if you care about quality of life.
Answered By: Dke - 2/16/2007
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