Atlanta. I like warm weather and don't like too much rain.
Been to both cities and wasn't overly fond of either but if I had to choose it would be Seattle just because it seemed friendlier and the weather is more tolerable.
‘This is not peace, it is an armistice for 20 years.’ (Ferdinand Foch. After the Treaty of Versailles, 1919).
Atlanta in the winter, Seattle in the summer. If that can't be arranged, Honolulu.
New Andalublue food blog: http://www.eatthealpujarras.blogspot.com.es
I don't run much anymore but my knee can take the strain better when I run in hot climates. Never been to the US, let alone the two cities but that would be my decider.
Easily Atlanta. Georgia is my home, my family is here, and the weather is awesome.
Oh, I ain't no Southern belle, no Georgia peach
I guess all my good graces are too far out of reach
Tom Douglas Restaurants
2 Dem senators
Jim McDermott in Congress, so popular he often has no opposition, and needs to fund raise enough to buy business cards
Small companies that are employing some folks: Starbucks, Boeing, Microsoft, Amazon, Costco, Paccar ...
Ivar's fish 'n chips
Guys who throw fishes at Pike Place Market (not actually good way to handle seafood, so it's a throw-away fish)
Lake Washington (would not live anywhere that had no view of it)
Great!!! coffee (not Starbucks)
I need sunshine. And I have family there.
Building block or stumbling block.... choose.