I know a lot of people that have come from Colorado, New York, Las Vegas, California, Michigan, and Arkansas to Texas. I don't know why. I live here, but I don't know why people come here, I guess I've been living here so long i don't know what's good. But when my brothers and i are old enough to support ourselves we were thinking of moving to Cali. It's so nice over there.
A really good place to grow up is Jacksonvile, Florida. There is a beach, nice schools and houses, it's two hours away from Orlando, Florida ( A. K. A The city of traffic and theme park) and it's minutes away from the oldest city in America, St. Augustine. It's a newish town, it has nice colleges, and there isn't traffic like Orlando. I grew up there for eight years and always underestimated it for lack of snow until I moved :(
Sam Diego. It never gets below 50 an hardly gets above 80. There's always something to do. You are 20 minutes or less from so many beaches. Got sea world and close to Disney land, Lego land, Hollywood, there's always sunshine and the people are amazing. It's an amazing city and you will never ever be bored.
Depends on what kind of weather you are looking for. I love the rain, so we live in Oregon. If you love the heat, go to Arizona. If you want not many people and lovely geography, try Montana. Lots of choices.
Australia, New South Wales.... Sydney.....near the places where we can spend quality time with our beloved ones and can have fun and also enjoy in many amusement parks, wildlife sanctuaries and a variety of zoo