Your best American cities

Hello there!  I’m Donna J. Jodhan and it’s time for me to get you ready for a nice long journey.  We’re going city hopping and you’re going to find out about some of the best cities in America to visit.
Buckle up now and get ready for take off!

Week of April 10 2010
Your best American cities
1. Montgomery Alabama
Montgomery overflows with southern charm, culture, and greenery.
A city rich in lush parks, green gardens, and clean streets, this is a city with cultural sophistication as well as with a small town atmosphere.
Montgomery is one of the major tourist centers in the South.  It offers lots of entertainment, festivals, and sporting events.
A city that should definitely be put on your list of cities to visit in the very near future.
2. Los Angeles California
If you honestly believe that you can make it to Los Angeles at least for a visit, then why not?
Come and enjoy the excitement.  Lots of entertainment, fashion, and places to go and places to see.
Majestic homes, majestic mountains, and neighborhoods with homes of all styles.
From Victorian to modern, and sprawling to compact; Los Angeles has it all.
A city that never sleeps!
3. Toledo Ohio
If you are seeking a really wholesome city with a great community spirit then Toledo is it.
Nicely located between Detroit and Cleveland, this city has many great things to offer.
Great real estate, friendly neighborhoods, a booming industry, and loads of opportunities for job seekers.
Toledo is safe, healthy, and going places.
A great city to raise a family.
4. Norwalk Connecticut
Looking for a city with a wee bit of difference?
A city with beautiful hiking and biking trails?
Lush green parks and golf courses, lots of museums, and an excellent IMAX theater?
Well, that city is Norwalk Connecticut.
If you enjoy oysters, going to the farmer’s market, and visiting aquariums, then Norwalk is for you.
I’m Donna J. Jodhan bidding you a happy travel time.
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About Donna Jodhan

Donna Jodhan is an award winning blind author, advocate, sight loss coach, blogger, podcast commentator, and accessibility specialist.
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