It depends entirely on what you like. If you have a lot of money and want to retire somewhere warm, a lot of people go to the Las Vegas area, Florida or Scottsdale Arizona. If you're looking for somewhere inexpensive to live that is also warmer in the winter, there are some communities around Northern Arizona, Southern Utah, New Mexico and Brownsville Texas that are a little less expensive and still warm... but maybe you like skiing and want to retire to Aspen or Park City. There are great communities all around the country. You just have to decide what you like. Florida of course. Its nice and warm and relaxed. I suggest buying a condo AWAY from the shore (for hurricane season).
Victoria or in Vancouver are both great places to retire in Canada
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No. Stay where you are and make it your US.
I think switzerland is good place for elderly couple looking to retire.
Because Ecuador is one of the best places in the world to retire to. A national travel magazine chose Cuenca, Ecuador as the best place in the world to live in. The weather is great, the food is great, housing and medical is low costs. come visit and you will stay, I promise.
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are you using 'retire' in place of died. Lincoln died, he was assassinated.
Anyone can retire a US flag. The only requirement is that it be "respectfully burned." You can ask a local scout troop to do it for you if you like.
There are many nursing homes in the US that have the best care system in place. Examples of nursing homes in the US that have the best care in place includes the Avalon Nursing Home and the Lourdes Health Care Center.
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