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21 days ago

Gallup...just no. I went there once about 15 years ago and stayed at a decent hotel, but the most memorable thing was a bullet hole that went through the plexiglass. However, I drive past it from time to time and over where the downtown plaza is, it looks really nice from the freeway, like it might have and old town with some character. There were some characters all right, but no character.

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32 days ago

It's expensive, it's crowded. If you walk around gawking you might get screwed. However, if you know where to go it offers the best of almost anything you might want. If you are respectful, New Yorkers can be much more helpful than you might expect. There are many places to get a great meal for a very reasonable price, but not at the tourist traps. You can ride the subway much cheaper than taking a cab- so invest in a good subway map if you don't know your way around.

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32 days ago

I was there pre-Katrina, and it was fun. Loads of great bars and music, delicious cuisine- just watch your back, there's a lot of sketchy shit going down.

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32 days ago

I really enjoyed it, although it was a few years back. Great music scene, good people, plenty of tasty food.

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96 days ago

It seems that the majority of people outside of Fresno, and many inside Fresno, think it sucks. I actually kind of dig it though, and here's why. The people are pretty cool. You just aren't going to find a lot of pretentious folks in Fresno, or much of the Central Valley for that matter. People here are pretty split down the middle politically, which makes it a very right-wing town compared to places I've lived in the state, LA and SF. I find that kind of refreshing, which is a word you don't often here in the same sentence as Fresno. I like that there isn't much traffic, there's lots of sun, and it's really an under-rated sports town with two minor league baseball teams (AAA Fresno and A Visalia). You'll find that a lot of professional athletes come out of Fresno; with great sports programs in schools, and not much else to do, this place creates some elite athletes, particularly baseball and football. A few other things I like - you'll find plenty of really nice, affordable homes here. Some are downright beautiful. You're also close to Yosemite and the Sequoias, and you're basically right in the middle of Los Angeles and San Francisco. All in all I'm not saying I would live in Fresno, but I could.

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