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2. New York City
United States: New York State
3. British Columbia
Guess what? We are not located in Iowa. Nor are we potato farming Nazi’s. We work, live, breathe, laugh and love just like everyone out there. You may recognize us now if you are a college football fan for BSU’s win at the fiesta bowl in 2006. Personally I am not a BSU fan, but that doesn’t make it any more invalid.
Boise is a beautiful city with an active nightlife and many tourist attractions. There is a lot of history in our state. The summers are hot and dry (80-116 degree highs) and the winters can be cold but are fairly mild (50-20 degree lows). We used to have a lot of snow in the valley, but not so much anymore. I may snow for a day, but it typically melts by the second.
There are a lot of outdoor activites and is a good place to raise a family where the cost of living is decent and houses are cheap compared to major markets.
If you are heading toward Washington or Oregon, make a stop and enjoy our city, the most eclectic city in Idaho! I recommend starting in Downtown Boise. Stay at one of the hotels located in the heart of the city; catch a hockey game; go to dinner at various restaurants; watch a movie after you peruse the clothing; coffee and art shops located downtown; grab some icecream or sushi on your way to a nightclub for a drink or dancing or the comedy club for a laugh…all, of which, are within walking distance of each other!over 5 years ago