I've spent at least a few hours in Springfield and Harrisburg, and passed through all of the others except Boston, Baltimore, Providence, and Jersey City; but didn't choose those since I don't think it really counts.
Yes, I lived in NH for 4 years and never went to Boston. Never wanted to. Lowell and Worcester were as close as I got. So shoot me lol.
But we're still pegged at 100% in this department...
Both times I stayed in NYC were at the Hotel Bedford - which has made appearances on Seinfeld... Lexington & East 40th, right near Grand Central and Times Square, excellent view of the ESB from the room both times. One of those old hotels where the doors and windows don't quite shut because they've been repainted 16 umptillion times...
Incidentally, the worst pizza I ever had in my life was from a deli a block or two away. I would not recommend it if I remembered the name. But I'm not letting that taint my impressions of NY pizza.
lol... I've always found it funny. Pontillo's pizza is a favorite "local" pizza place in Rochester, and my grandparents live like 20 yards from the one on Ridge Road; But they have the Buffalo Skyline on all of their pizza boxes and employee shirts.
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