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Today's Short Review:  Venice, FL   Safe, quiet and relatively affordable, Venice is along the southwestern Florida coast.  Is it a great place to retire?

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Latest In-Depth Review:  San Marcos, TX  Amiable San Marcos charms with its riverfront setting, friendly residents, easygoing character and affordability.  It is a great retirement spot!

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Alachua, FL

Alachua got its start in the late-1880s, and the origins of the town's name are open to debate. Alachua may be a Native American term for "rolling prairie."  If so, it is an apt description for the land surrounding this small town. 

Mars Hill, NC

This cozy but growing burg is burrowed deep in the Blue Ridge Mountains in scenic western North Carolina.   It is only minutes from the French Broad River, and its lifeblood is summer tourism and a small, Baptist liberal arts college, Mars Hill University (1,200 students).


Telluride, CO

Nestled in breathtaking San Juan Mountains' scenery in southwestern Colorado, tony, mellow Telluride sits on the San Miguel River in a forested box canyon.  It is best known for its ski resort and summer festival season, but it started out as as a silver mining camp in 1878.    It is also the place that outlaw Butch Cassidy robbed his first bank.

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