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Best Cities to Retire in the United States

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Best cities to retire in the United States to enjoy your twilight years.

Rated 1 point - posted 7 years ago by samutsari in category United States.
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Honolulu, Hawaii Report Abuse
Honolulu offers a great health care system, 95 percent of its residence has health care insurance. Honolulu is a paradise, a beautiful city to retire plus it offers a warm weather, the environment encourage people to keep moving and exercise. Honolulu has the highest life expectancy in the US.
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Santa Fe, New Mexico Report Abuse
One of the healthiest town to retire.According to AARP the city offers a pristine air quality and ambiance with low humidity, clean air 7,000 feet elevation.
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Loveland/Fort Collins, Colorado Report Abuse
Described by the AARP magazine as the "Sweetheart City" a paradise for retirees because it gives them a small town feel and it is close to the Rocky Mountains National Park. Retirees will truly enjoy the outdoors in this city.
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Palms Springs, California Report Abuse
Although it is considered a world tourist destination, Palms Springs is one of the best retirement cities because it offers a quality of life for its residents.They have excellent cultural amenities, great parks, pet friendly city.
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Ann Arbor, Michigan Report Abuse
This city is chosen by AARP as the "Healthiest Hometown" because retirees in the city maintain an active life and because of the University of Michigan Health Center, one of the largest medical centers around the world.
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Portland, Oregon Report Abuse
A small town with Bohemian feel offering world-class art museums, waterfront parks and diverse shopping and scenic views. It's easy to get around on the city by foot, enjoy the walk and live a healthy life.
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Sarasota, Florida Report Abuse
This city is rated 4th best place to reinvent yourself by AARP. A paradise that offers 35 miles of beach. Retirees can do different activities in the city, be entertained, just relax, or socialize with vacationers.
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Charleston, South Carolina Report Abuse
The town is described as "Holy City" because of numerous churches and places of worship in the city. It has a historic district dotted with beautiful gardens publicly and privately maintained. Close to resorts and other entertainment destinations such asIslands and South Carolina's major seaside golf destination, Myrtle Beach. The best thing about the city is retirees social security income is tax exempted.
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Montpelier, Vermont Report Abuse
It is the best place to live a simple life.
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Rehoboth Beach, Delaware Report Abuse
The city offers beaches where you can see dolphins throughout the summer months, a mile-long boardwalk and more than 70 restaurants.
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Greenville, South Carolina Report Abuse
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Gainesville, Florida Report Abuse
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Las Cruces, New Mexico Report Abuse
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Northampton, Massachusetts Report Abuse
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Iowa City, Iowa Report Abuse
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Bowling Green, Kentucky Report Abuse
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