8) Buffalo, New York
Ever heard of Buffalo Chicken Wings? They originated from this city, and it’s not something residents take lightly. In fact, the city’s most famous event is the annual National Buffalo Wing Festival. If chicken wings don’t tickle your fancy, there’s more to keep you entertained. Buffalo houses a host of Frank Lloyd Wright’s work, one of the most influential architects of the 20th century. Visit the Darwin D. Martin House, an example of his finest work. Tour Forest Lawn, one of the first rural cemeteries in the U.S. and over 150 years old. At the end of the day, head down to the 21-acre waterfront, known as Canalside, to have some fun. Cost of living is 20% below the national average, upping Buffalo’s appeal even more. If you fall in love with the city, why not consider making it your permanent residence? Housing is 50% below the national average.
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