More than 1000 American places were voted for originally. This figure was reduced considerably to just 50 places based on their own areas of excellence. Do you live in one of these places where people are known for their extraordinary kindness? Where neighbors are more than friends and strangers are welcomed day and night? If you are lucky to be living in one of these places, you ought to get in touch with the other folks and offer up your service to the community, you might live in one of the Nicest Places in America, watch the video and if you spot your own town or community go along and become involved.
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I am from India but that video took me to the nicest places in the US although I had taken a package tour of that country a few years I do not remember seeing any of those places that I saw in your video.
Thank you for the tour
I’m glad you liked the video Grace. Perhaps you can see them next time you visit the USA.
Almost but not quite there, about 20 miles away. These are some great places!
I’m so glad you liked my video effort Carol, thanks for watching. Andre’
Harding Park in The Bronx made it as nicest place and it is in my hometown NYC I am in Florida now but I want to see my hometown again so then I will have to look this up. Thanks for sharing.
Your comment has made my video effort worthwhile, Sandra, thanks for watching. Andre’
I don’t live in one of the best places; but I like where I live…except for being in the snow belt! Interesting video.
Hello, Linda, thanks for watching the video, you are still a whole lot closer to those places than I am. Andre’