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No. 17 Baltimore

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Longtime locals speak “Baltimorese,” which is said to be a Philly accent mixed with a southern streak—for instance, if you’re thirsty, you might get a bottle of “wooder.” A good place to hear neighborhood folks (and throw back a few beer bottles) is the local sports bars. The city also ranked well for being affordable.

boats in the harbor in Baltimore, Maryland

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No. 17 Baltimore

Longtime locals speak “Baltimorese,” which is said to be a Philly accent mixed with a southern streak—for instance, if you’re thirsty, you might get a bottle of “wooder.” A good place to hear neighborhood folks (and throw back a few beer bottles) is the local sports bars. The city also ranked well for being affordable.

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