Luton- there used to be ads on the 321 promoting "Watford's fantastic shopping arcades, St Albans' magnificent history and Luton's large Arndale centre", which suggests even PR men can't think of anything good to say about the place.
Eindhoven- nice concert hall, but otherwise intensely boring. Everyone there looks like they post on 4Chan. At least it's near Den Bosch.
Los Angeles- grim. We drove there after Coachella one year, and you can literally see the cloud of smog suspended about it. Hollywood is basically Camden Market with sunshine. Did enjoy the sketchy all-night pizza parlour that had a surprisingly comprehensive selection of British ales though.
Alvaston- stayed overnight on work business in a hotel used by truckers and their...nocturnal companions. As a result, the place stank of cheap air freshener and fuckjuice.
Slough- Spent 2 weeks at a training course there. Bleak.
Quite liked Milan, though I was visiting a friend who'd lived there most of his life and therefore knew the decent places to go.