Kansas City...The Best Place to Live

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Why Kansas City is the best place to live?

The eagerness shown by Dorothy of Kansas in the book (and movie) Wizard of Oz clearly shows that Kansas is the place to be. There are so many little factors that make this small city really wonderful. Culture, people, life and what not is there to keep you occupied. Before providing you with the list of reasons that will actually make you go there, you should know that Missouri is not the part of Kansas City but Kansas State has the Kansas City in it. Although all the fun happens in Missouri, Kansas has its own worth.

1.     Fountain lovers brace yourself

First off the best thing about Kansas City is that lots of fountains. The city’s art has fountain as its central focus point. The only place said to have more fountains than the Kansas City is Rome, don’t know if that is a complete truth but Kansas has a lot of them.

2.     Their barbeque put all else cities to shame

Dwellers of Kansas City know very well that the barbeque that they have is the best of their food items. Well they take their beef

cooking very seriously and if you want to eat the best beef of the country cooked to perfection then the Kansas is the right city for you.

3.     Jazz is always playing

Jazz is kept alive in Kansas City in its full fun. The nightclubs have jazz music played live with the orchestra present right there.

4.     St. Patrick’s Day is a big celebration

If you are one of those who celebrate St. Patrick’s Day with zeal and zest then you should head over to Kansas City. This is the place where streets and boulevards go all green on the day.

5.     Weather is not harsh

Those who love warm weather it is an excellent city for you to be, and as for winters a coat and a scarf can really make it all good for the season. Even though city is away from the beach but its weather is very mild and good.

6.     KC Ren-Fest is awesome

Every culture can be experienced during the Ren-Fest, people dress up as they will to and you can see dances, colors and so much more during this festival.

7.     KC has tons of culture  

Cultural diversity is the first thing that you observe when you come to America and in Kansas the best thing is that you can experience all sorts of culture and their traditions.

These all things can make anyone take a trip to Kansas or may be move there. The city is packed with lovely people and also the diversity helps everyone feel at home. You can enjoy the wide boulevards just like there are in Paris and also this place will make you feel at ease and free. So why not visit this city and especially spend an annual holiday during Ren-fest to get more idea how people of different cultures come together. 

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Comments (3)

Belinda Spillman
Aspen Lane Real Estate Colorful Colorado - Aurora, CO
Colorado Living!

My husband is from Ellsworth and lived in Wichita for many years.  We have made the drive back many times.  Kansas does have a lot to offer, but KC is where the action is for sure.

Dec 17, 2015 12:48 AM
Fred Griffin Florida Real Estate
Fred Griffin Real Estate - Tallahassee, FL
Licensed Florida Real Estate Broker

Kansas City barbecue rules the world! 

    I haven't been there in many years... your blog is making me daydream about a trip there.

Dec 17, 2015 01:25 AM
Marco Giancola
Beachfront Realty - Miami Beach, FL
Realtor (305)608-1922, Miami Beach Florida

I can honestly say I have never been to KC, I can also say I love me some "o the BBQ!

Question: In your photo of the city is that double domed structure with the smoke stacks a power plant?

Dec 17, 2015 10:38 PM
Trisha P Realty Group

It is called the Kauffman Center. It is a performing arts center we have here in KC

Dec 17, 2015 10:55 PM