• Im moving across country. Any tips?

    I am a 19 yr old female and for the record Im 4’11” so Im pretty small. Next year I will be moving from California to New York alone and I will have family there so Im set in that sense. However I would like tips on driving there what I should avoid, where should I sleep, etc. Also I would not like to sleep at... show more
    I am a 19 yr old female and for the record Im 4’11” so Im pretty small. Next year I will be moving from California to New York alone and I will have family there so Im set in that sense. However I would like tips on driving there what I should avoid, where should I sleep, etc. Also I would not like to sleep at campisites or motels and such I just want to sleep a few hours and be on my way. I am trying to get there as quick as possible with the least amount of money spent.
    12 answers · Other - United States · 23 hours ago
  • Where the best overall view of New York City for a visiting Tourist?

    Best answer: there are bridges that they can walk across
    The George Washington aka the GW
    The 59th Street aka the Queensboro
    The Brooklyn
    Of the 3 the Brooklyn offers the best view
    In addition there are numerous above ground subway lines that cross the East River
    Best answer: there are bridges that they can walk across
    The George Washington aka the GW
    The 59th Street aka the Queensboro
    The Brooklyn
    Of the 3 the Brooklyn offers the best view
    In addition there are numerous above ground subway lines that cross the East River
    8 answers · New York City · 2 days ago
  • Is it living in Florida very expensive?

    Best answer: That's a very broad question! Florida is big and different areas have different attributes. I was looking into moving to the Beverly hills area above Tampa a couple of years ago. The property taxes are cheap compared to the North East states and there's no taxes on SS income, but I've heard horrible... show more
    Best answer: That's a very broad question! Florida is big and different areas have different attributes. I was looking into moving to the Beverly hills area above Tampa a couple of years ago. The property taxes are cheap compared to the North East states and there's no taxes on SS income, but I've heard horrible things about additional taxes like some kind of "water run off tax" and other taxes that you don't have elsewhere that make up for that difference. Add that to the fact that you'll be running air conditioning more and most areas requiring flood insurance and it really cuts down on the attraction of the place. Not to mention, everything in Florida can kill you, even the drivers. Eventually, we opted against going there and found some nice areas in Georgia and Tennessee that interest us.
    13 answers · Orlando · 4 days ago
  • You're suppose to tip hotel maids?

    15 answers · Las Vegas · 5 days ago
  • How do you find a prostitute in Las Vegas?

    Best answer: You don't. If you're staying in Las Vegas you need to drive for about an hour out to Pahrump where they have legal brothels. The closest ones are Sheri's Ranch and Chicken Ranch. The ladies are decent-looking but they can get pricey. I mean you will need to bring some serious dough with you if you want... show more
    Best answer: You don't. If you're staying in Las Vegas you need to drive for about an hour out to Pahrump where they have legal brothels. The closest ones are Sheri's Ranch and Chicken Ranch. The ladies are decent-looking but they can get pricey. I mean you will need to bring some serious dough with you if you want to have a good time.

    If $5k isn't a problem then you may as well just go to Sheri's. I don't know about real hot though, most of the prostitutes you'll find in Vegas are 8s at best so at Sheri's/Chicken Ranch you'll probably see a couple of 8s in each establishment. With all that said, I haven't spent $5k there but definitely in the $3-3.5k ranges.
    12 answers · Las Vegas · 5 days ago
  • Would you consider Maryland, and Delaware the Southeast or Northeast?

    Best answer: They're in what's called the "Mid Atlantic".
    Best answer: They're in what's called the "Mid Atlantic".
    4 answers · Other - United States · 13 hours ago
  • Which should I move to as a 20 something? New Hampshire, Minnesota, Michigan, Pennsylvania, Maine, or Alaska?

    Best answer: Location is just part of it. What is it you really want from a particular location? A decent job? A reasonable rate of pay. A place to live YOU can afford. Stuff to do when not dealing with the essentials. When not at work what is it you would like to do often, once a week or once a month. That might be play on... show more
    Best answer: Location is just part of it.
    What is it you really want from a particular location?
    A decent job?
    A reasonable rate of pay.
    A place to live YOU can afford.
    Stuff to do when not dealing with the essentials.
    When not at work what is it you would like to do often, once a week or once a month.
    That might be play on the team, go fishing or curl up in front of the fire with a glass of wine.
    and a cuddle buddy.

    Maybe you want city stuff like a different club every week or that new place to taste the menu.

    BEFORE moving in you should visit for at least a few days both summer and winter.

    Have some money in your pocket many one time expenses you need to pay before that new income gets to you.

    What does being 23 or 27 have to do with wanting to go ice fishing ,mountain climbing.or going to the big league game at the big stadium.
    ONLY YOU can place a value on the many intangibles each place has for you. The birds out your window in the morning, The number of places you can get a meal delivery, the paved and snow plowed road from home to where you need to go.
    All of them have weather. If you are prepared it does not really matter.You do not have to go out in a blizzard for a loaf of bread.
    If you are in a remote place you do not have to have your own generator. It might be a very good idea to have one. Only you can place a value on the pluses and minuses of each state and the particular village, town or city you want to go to.

    Alaska has very long days to explore in the summer and very long nights that can allow lots of cuddle time.

    You make it sound like it is impossible to explore each place for a few days.and that you can only move once and it is permanent.
    Pick one and move in. If you like it stay if not try the next one. the place you like at 25 may not be the place you like at 35 , 46 or 65.
    You do not have to buy the new house your first day there.
    A few hours by plane can take you almost anywhere for the weekend get away if that is your thing.
    The toys for the outdoor stuff are not free and it takes time to get the stuff needed for that fishing excursion , a weekend of hunting or whatever it is you desire to do when not at work or dealing with the daily necessities.those little things like having some food to eat, some heat and maybe some lights.
    Some places in Alaska not much use for a car. Do you think the plane for flying in and out is FREE. that your village of a few hundred has all that city stuff.

    The place I prefer is probably not the one you will like.

    YOUR OPINION is really the only one that matters.
    5 answers · Other - United States · 2 days ago
  • Searching for a particular place to live when I retire. Need help finding it. (Trees, mushrooms, flowers, damp).?

    Searching for a particular place to live when I retire. Need help finding it. (Trees, mushrooms, flowers, damp).?

    I have 8 years before I retire from the military. I am trying to find out where I want to live when I get out. I want to find some place that is extremely similar to the way Waveland Mississippi was before hurricane Katrina. It was a magical place to live. We lived 2 blocks from the beach and there were trees that... show more
    I have 8 years before I retire from the military. I am trying to find out where I want to live when I get out. I want to find some place that is extremely similar to the way Waveland Mississippi was before hurricane Katrina. It was a magical place to live. We lived 2 blocks from the beach and there were trees that covered the roads and houses and everything. It was like living in a forest with huge old trees and the earthy smell of mushrooms and flowers. I really miss living there but now its a completely different place and I want to find somewhere as similar to that as possible. It doesn't matter what state, as long as it has warm summers, lots of trees, clean air. I really love the musty forest smell. I prefer to not be in hurricane paths. Any suggestion is greatly appreciated. That place was truly magical with single lane roads and just a real down to earth vibe.
    9 answers · Other - United States · 4 days ago
  • Is California a good state to live in?

    Best answer: It is over populated bad traffic whole area covered in smog (cancer) you have to pay for parking just to walk your dog at the park
    Best answer: It is over populated bad traffic whole area covered in smog (cancer) you have to pay for parking just to walk your dog at the park
    7 answers · Other - United States · 4 days ago
  • I was thinking of taking my parents to sw steakhouse at the Wynn where we re staying, is it worth it?

    Any suggestion on where to take my parents in Las Vegas? They re in their 50 s and aren t gamblers and are super conservative but LOVE food.
    Any suggestion on where to take my parents in Las Vegas? They re in their 50 s and aren t gamblers and are super conservative but LOVE food.
    5 answers · Las Vegas · 2 days ago
  • If I live in Canada, can I attend a private high school in the USA?

    I live in Windsor Ontario. I want to attend a private high school in Detroit called U of D Jesuit. Its way better than the schools in my area. I know Detroit has a bad reputation for schooling, im in Detroit most of the time. Most of my daily activities happen in Detroit Michigan. Besides the education, I also want... show more
    I live in Windsor Ontario. I want to attend a private high school in Detroit called U of D Jesuit. Its way better than the schools in my area. I know Detroit has a bad reputation for schooling, im in Detroit most of the time. Most of my daily activities happen in Detroit Michigan. Besides the education, I also want to attend this school because my neighbor offered me a good car salesmen job at a dealership close by this school on Woodward Ave. It would be much easier to travel from this high school than from my other options in Canada. Would they allow international students to commute daily? The school is under an hour away from my house.
    5 answers · Detroit · 4 days ago
  • BIRTHDAY IDEAS FOR 18 years olds!!! PLEASE ITS URGENT?

    hi! my birthday is in november, and I go to boarding school and I was gonna bring 5 of my friends from my boarding school on a party bus for the weekend. my birthday is on a friday btw. so we would leave school friday... I have 5 other friends from my town too so that’s 10 kids all, i live in boston, and I have no... show more
    hi! my birthday is in november, and I go to boarding school and I was gonna bring 5 of my friends from my boarding school on a party bus for the weekend. my birthday is on a friday btw. so we would leave school friday... I have 5 other friends from my town too so that’s 10 kids all, i live in boston, and I have no idea what to do for the weekend... I was thinking boston saturday for dinner and party bus, but I don’t know what to do friday or sunday? I want to have fun and not be bored. do you have any suggestions? for teenagers??? nothing babyish. just need ideas!!!
    4 answers · Boston · 4 days ago