Sarlacc83 wrote: 12evanf wrote:
RolandDeschain wrote:[quote="12evanf"]I don't think I could get tired of looking at the sites in Rome. There's only so many times I can visit the Fremont Troll. Seattle's a great American city, friendly people, nice attractions, great mountain views on the waterfront, but when compared to international city's I think its outmatched.
This isn't exactly a fair comparison. The world didn't know the Americas existed when Rome was already a couple thousand
years old. Seattle is 158 years old. That's like expecting a toddler to be as grown-up and cultured as a 40-year-old person.
Exactly. The thread title says "the World." Its not a fair comparison. Seattle is top 5 cities in the US and I don't think I could name 4 cities ahead of it easily. I haven't been to San Diego, but I've only heard good things.
San Diego is great for weather, but it's also drab scenery and really spread out ( I put something like 200 miles on my car in 2 days). Great beer, though.[/quote]
No beer compares to the PNW. Stone brewing is really good but no way it compares to the local fare.
San Diego and Seattle are by far my two most favorite cities at least in the US. Its a toss up between the two based on category but its damn close.