Situated on Dyer Cove, Cape Elizabeth, with its iconic lighthouse, is a small town in Maine. The town got its name from King Charles I’s sister, Elizabeth of Bohemia. Its landscape is composed of rugged coastlines, sandy beaches, and green pockets. If you are looking for a tranquil place to settle, Cape Elizabeth might just do. Its population numbers about 9300.
Naturally, it tends to be a laidback town. There are many pros to Cape Elizabeth. You have the sea, and plenty of outdoor activities, and Portland is a short enough ride if you want to let your proverbial hair down.
It is hard not to see where this city takes its name from. As the namesake of the 16th US president, this city does a fair job of memorializing one of the USA’s most noteworthy presidents. Lincoln is the capital of Nebraska and serves as the cultural capital of the state. Some of the major draws include a robust economy and a low unemployment rate.
Individuals seeking jobs in insurance, healthcare, and manufacturing will have plenty of job opportunities. In fact, there is an abundance of jobs all around. In 2015, the city was ranked the best for job opportunities.
It doesn’t get better than this New England town. This quaint city might not be for everyone as it is a bit colder, however, if you love cooler temperatures, then there is no better place to be than Norwich during fall.
The landscape really comes to life during this season. There are valleys and forests to explore so if natural beauty is high on your list, then Norwich would do well for you. Lovers of organic, farm-fresh food, will salivate over Norwich. The best produce is within range for you.
This Tennessee city’s reputation precedes it. Nashville, known as the “capital of country music”, unsurprisingly has a thriving music scene. Of course, there is lots of country music, but there is also a lot of pop and rock around there.
It is not only its music scene that makes Nashville a hit – if you would excuse the pun – but when it comes to entertainment, sport, outdoor activities, and good food, you can find them all in Nashville. Another bonus is that the cost of living in the town is below the national average.
This Georgian city has all the sought-after features of a city: restaurants, coffee shops, museums, and outdoor activities. Decatur has all of these but for a way better price, which is below the national average.
That doesn’t mean that it is in some isolated spot, though. It is approximately 6 miles from the state capitol, Atlanta. There are also plenty of museums if you are a lover of history, including Abraham Lincoln’s first home as well as Transfer House, a relic from former times when there were electric streetcars.