Dating places in boston
Although traffic congestion and commute times are bad in San Francisco, driving is often optional.
Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART) anchors one of the most efficient regional transit systems in the United States, and the system continues to grow.
Boston manages to meld scrappy and intellectual — a relatively small city that is home to some of the most prestigious universities in the world, bolstered by culture, parks and a fine quality of life.
Greater Boston (population 4.5 million) includes the city of Boston (617,594) and more than 100 cities and towns.
Baltimore doesn't make a lot of top 10 lists, overshadowed as it is by the powerhouses of the Northeast Corridor.
Many area towns were built in the 18th century and most feature central squares surrounded by small businesses and residential neighborhoods.
The region is also an extremely healthy place to live.
The metro area has a high proportion of population age 65 and older, and the age-adjusted health status of that population is among the best in the United States.
Both San Francisco and its huge woodsy park, the Presidio, have been honored as bicycle-friendly locales.
San Francisco's universities are yet one more place for older singles to meet up.It helps, of course, that the city has a fairly compact center loaded with date-friendly diversions — indoors and out — to suit most tastes.