Portland, Maine is the best city on the East Coast. Don't fight me on this.
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I dreamed of moving to Portland for years and as soon as I finished college and found a job, I shipped off for Maine's historic city by the sea. I've been here for five years and each day I am so grateful to be living in such a fun city filled with food, Anyone in Portland Maine looking now, opportunity, and the sweet smell of the salty ocean.
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If you've ever met a Portland foodie, you've probably heard the statistic that our city has more restaurants per capita than New York City. The culinary diversity here is amazing!
However, if you want to patronize no of the local eateries you will encounter some pricey menus along the way. And every time a new place pops up, you'll forget the lasagna you had planned for dinner and dine out instead.
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It's competitive. It's frustrating.
If you're apartment hunting anywhere on the Portland peninsula you'll need to be prepared with references, a completed application, and a signed check for first, last, and security the second you walk in.
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Still, you'll be hard pressed to find neighborhoods that off both city AND ocean views at the same time. Cobblestone streets are tough, man. I've seen many people take hard tumbles on Saturday nights on Wharf Street.Beautiful Ladies Wants Nsa Cathedral City
However, these cobblestone streets and sidewalks are a wonderful reminder of our city's past. I appreciate the bumpy drive and treacherous walks for the history that lingers between the stones. When you live so close to the ocean you will face a painful on-going battle about not spending enough time in, around, or near the water.
Portland even has a beach on one end of the peninsula, so it's way too easy to get your saltwater fix. Tourists love our city, especially now that Portland keeps popping Portlamd in travel magazines and blogs as a great place to visit.
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This is stellar for our restaurants and businesses that rely on those tourist dollars to stay afloat. Most Portland-savvy drivers know to avoid it, but on the rare occasion it is unavoidable, your commute will probably double in length. Is there a silver Portlandd to the winter parking ban?
Can you possibly find a positive to shuffling your car around each day it snows so the city can maybe clear your Poryland Give me some time on this one. If I'm going to spend the rest of my life somewhere, I'm okay with Portland, Maine being that somewhere.Beautiful Lady Wants Love Cedar Rapids Iowa
I may never live in a state with a pleasant year-round climate, I may never know what it's like to not live near the ocean, but I'm okay with that. I do know that if I loiking away from my city, that I will find my way back here again and again. Sign In.
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