San Francisco, no doubt about it. Show me another city on the West Coast (let alone the world) that incorporates suspension bridges so well into the skylines (a skyline that already has some of the most unique highrises in the nation). Seattle's a close second, I'd say. I'd also like to add that while you're adding jokes (I'm looking at Phoenix and Vegas), you might as well have included Fresno since it's larger than Sacramento. And speaking of Sacramento, you didn't exactly pick a flattering image since that's only four out of over a dozen buildings that make up the skyline. If I get around to it, I'll post a more flattering image (not that Sacramento can compete with Los Angeles, Seattle, or San Francisco).
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