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Best "walking" cities in the US

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I'm am looking at doing a trip in January for a weekend and I realized I am always wondering what cities have neighborhoods that can be done on foot (Im thinking along the lines of New Orleans/French Quarter ease). I would love to compile a list of cities that are great to visit on foot. PS I know MOST cities have areas that can be walked in a couple hoursbut I am looking more for larger areas than just small shopping areas.
Any help is appreciated, Thanks!

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