College Station, Texas 

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college town - 2/28/2007
This is a true college town. Not too big, not too small, but also not a lot to do. Lots of young people, lots of bars and lots of study hangouts. The little culture that exists revolves mostly around the university. Great place for young people just out on their own, but gets old rather quickly. Don't stay too long - the place has a reputation of keeping people many years after they intended to Read More

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Rising Crime Rate in College Station - 1/9/2007
About 10 years ago, College Station was a quiet college town with a very low crime rate. I have seen it increase since then and the higher crime rate has resulted in a lower quality of life for the Read More

Must have an "eye for fun" - 12/10/2006
College Station is filled with beautiful parks, is bike and pedestrian friendly, and has a lively music scene that make it a great place to live. The "valley" is home to a wide variety of wildlife and flora that are not only beautiful to look at but a tribute to conservationists everywhere. I have never noticed allergens, but then again, I have always been considered "healthy". There are many employment opportunities since the twin cities are always growing. Low rent in a college town helps keep expenses down. Diverse nightlife, great restaurants, and for the wine-o, there's a winery close Read More

conservative, humid and nothing to do - 7/22/2006
I have lived in the College Station area for over 10 years and have to say that it is the most conservative place I've been. For a college town you would think that people would be a little more open minded. Hunidity is a killer - and if you have allergies now, and relocate, plan on spending your time in the allergist's office. Not much to do here - Texas A&M brings in musicians, plays, etc. but it's pretty limited. It may be a relatively cost of living, but the what is your definition of Read More

College Station is - 5/27/2006
hot and humid...not a good place for allergy sufferers. People have told me it's because the city is in a "valley". I don't know if that's true or not. I moved here 6 months ago from NE Texas. I just thought my allergies were bad there. Here, even my dog is Read More

food sev. - 3/25/2006






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Central Location from Metropolitan Areas - 8/8/2005
By living in Bryan/College Station, TX, one can travel to Dallas/FW, Houston,
San Antonio and Waco in a short period of Read More


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