I live in Monmouth, Oregon in the US. It is small and unheard of. It is only known for it's small college, Western Oregon University. Known as a "teachers" school in Oregon. Besides the college, basically all we have is fast food!
I live in Madrid, it´s known for it´s sun, friendly people, party....party....and more party!,... but I want that you meet a lovely spanish city: Segovia, it´s near Madrid (one hour) and it´s known for it´s enormous Roman Aqueduct, the snow, the history, the castle...it´s beautiful!!!!!!!! come here!!!!!!!!!!!!
Back in the 1070s, I remember either Time or Newsweek calling it an all-American city and featuring some of my cousins in a story on fulfilling the American dream.
I've moved back along with many others of my age group to try and rebuild it, rather than wash our hands of our hometown and abandon it to decay.
Good things about the city? Caring people, some good restaurants, low cost of living, close to Dayton, Columbus, and Cincinnati, Wittenburg University, minutes from Yellow Springs, Ohio and Young's Jersey Dairy, lots of trees and natural beauty in the county, historic buildings (including Westcott House, designed by Frank Lloyd Wright)...