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What city has your favorite skyline in the United States?
Comment by Jen from Venice
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Comment by Heather Winfield from Tampa
I'd have to say Miami has my favorite skyline especially at night with the lights on the metrorail and especially when the SunTrust (now Bank of America) building is lit up for 4th of July in red, white, and blue, or during winter with the big snowflakes. It's one of those skylines that you have to see driving on I-95 in a convertible with the top down and some Miami Vice tunes playing.
Comment by angela from ferndale
not that i've SEEN all of them, but cincinnati at night is great. coming through from the south.
Comment by Laine from MP aka Mount Pleasant
Chicago has a great one. Especially great if you take a picture from Navy Pier.
Comment by Penny Bell from Boise
Standing on Alki Beach looking over the water to the Seattle skyline is my absolute fav!
Comment by John Ellenich from Phoenix
Chicago<br /> <br /> I love the way it blends modern architecture with old. Plus its right on the water and has a few rivers running thru it. It's a lot of fun!
Comment by Hooter Hicks from San Diego
Comment by Brian from Boise
My vote is for San Diego.
Comment by Joey Lopez from Boise
San Diego Son!
Comment by kristy Snyder from BOISE
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Comment by Heidi from Hartland
San Fran...just something about that city that always draws me back.
Comment by Khalid from East Lansing
Aspen, Colorado. Even though I love big cities and even bigger buildings, there is no comparison to the natural outline of the Colorado mountains.
Comment by Amy from TC
Comment by Kristen from Lancaster
Comment by Celia from Palmer
pfft. i'd say flying in to a random town up here, like Kenai or Homer. or if you want the city lights and the mountains mixed together, go for Anchorage.
Comment by Eric from Corpus Christi
Home state Atlanta, GA. is always on my mind.
Comment by Haylee from Maitland
orlando, because it's home. as crime-infested as it's becoming, i'm still in love with the city.
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