What is the best US city to live near?

I am taking new job that will have me traveling alot; so I will need easy access to a major airport. The home office is in NYC and there may be a slight east coast / east of the Mississippi bias to my travel. I grew up in Chicago; so, I know how to shovel snow but I would prefer not to.

Asked By: jeannie b - 5/20/2007
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We love Sarasota Florida..but... More
Answered By: terpsez11 - 5/20/2007
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I would think Atlanta. Decent weather, decent city but crowded - you said near though. Great access to anyplace in the country/world especially the East Coast. No - I am not from Atlanta.
Answered By: Moondog - 5/20/2007
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Answered By: shiverz - 5/20/2007
Indianapolis. Good central city with access to everywhere in the US.
Answered By: Looking for the truth... - 5/20/2007
If you don't have to be in your office and you don't want to shovel snow and you will be traveling more in the east coast than than maybe South Carolina would be your answer. Anywhere on the east coast of South Carolina is great. The weather is mild, no snow, but still cool in the winter. I don't know what your... More
Answered By: chris99 - 5/20/2007
It depends on money; check out Station Island.
Answered By: eizus28 - 5/20/2007
Las Vegas baby
Answered By: Rocky S - 5/20/2007
It sounds like you will be traveling a lot to NYC if that is where the home office is, so you should probably look at northern NJ near Newark airport. The NJ Turnpike has two exits for Newark Airport, so it's easy to get to. The snow in NJ is not as bad as Chicago. If you want milder weather, then as the man suggested... More
Answered By: kadel - 5/20/2007
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