Known to outsiders for its rich history and beautifully preserved architecture, it is equally known to locals for having city block after city block of some of the best restaurants in the country. Palm trees, cobblestone alleys, and a skyline of church steeples make it impossible not to wander these streets time and time again.
High school superlative:
Top shelf martini
Quirky, historic, expensive, charming
“Can’t Help Falling in Love”
Why people move here:
Culture, to be social, to be part of the buzz, central location, foodie
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