1. County directly north of the Bronx, New York. A very diverse place, it contains poor rundown areas like Mount Vernon, Yonkers and Port Chester and wealthy areas like Scarsdale and Chappaqua (home to Bill and Hillary). New Rochelle has both poor and rich neighborhoods and Port Chester is actually on the rebound, with its Costco downtown. With three Metro-North railroad lines running through the county as well as several parkways, many people in Westchester commute to NYC. Of course, Westchester is home to the HQ of many important companies like Kraft, Pepsi, IBM, Mastercard and ITT.
2. Neighborhood of Los Angeles near the Los Angeles Int'l Airport.
3. western suburb of Chicago
4. western suburb of Miami
5. West Chester -- town west of Philadelphia - not to be confused with Chester, PA, the most rundown city in the USA.
There are many Westchesters but there's only one Chicago.
Large city in the province of British Columbia in western Canada. Includes suburban areas such as Surrey and New Westminster in its metro area. A lot of movies are made here. Basketball team moved to Memphis, Tennessee.
I didn't know if I had arrived in Vancouver until someone told me I had.
A pocket document (document you can stick in your pocket). Examples include passport, driver's license, social security card...
Daddy, don't forget your pockuments when going to work.
The Chicago elevated rail system and the biggest piece of junk in the world. Trains are slow, stops are located two blocks apart, trains stop in the middle of the track for no apparent reason and stay there for 5 minutes, stations are old, dirty and disgunting, the fare keeps going up, every once in a while trains crash. There are about 5 stops on different lines with the name "Western" and this could lead to confusion. The stop called "Central" is nowhere near Chicago's downtown. Many of the stations are elevated and don't have stair or escalator access, causing you to have to walk a shitload of steps. Luckily, the crappiness of the system means trains are rarely, if ever, overcrowded.
Tear down that piece of shit and bury it underground, where I at least don't have to look it at it on my way to work.
Camden is a city across the Delaware River from Philadelphia. This is one of America's most economically depressed cities. Economic development has been restricted to the waterfront with sites such as Tweeter Center and State Aquarium. But interior Camden is ghetto.
Camden is at the foot of the Ben Franklin Bridge.
Pronounced by Spanish-speaking people as Nueva Hershey.
Let's go to Hershey City. It is in Nueva Hershey. We can see the Nueva York skyline from there.
A medium-sized "city" in "Kansas". There's not much to say about it.
I'm going to Wichita. Far from this opera forevermore.