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What/Where would you like to see/go in America?

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#21 by Nikorj » Mon Jun 24, 2019 06:12

Only things i don't miss from the US is (drumroll).

Coffee and beer


I do miss Taco Bell and their rollercoaster's :D
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#22 by Luis-F » Mon Jun 24, 2019 12:19

Alaska

I'm tired of this tropical climate even in the winter
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#23 by tasman1 » Mon Jun 24, 2019 17:57

Luis-F wrote: Alaska

I'm tired of this tropical climate even in the winter



Come to Tasmania , it is cold here

Here once you go to toilet to empty your bladder you will empty it in form of ice cubes
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#24 by Luis-F » Tue Jun 25, 2019 01:15

tasman1 wrote:
Luis-F wrote: Alaska

I'm tired of this tropical climate even in the winter



Come to Tasmania , it is cold here

Here once you go to toilet to empty your bladder you will empty it in form of ice cubes

lol

The winter where i live barely touches 15 degrees celsius, it's more like a dry season

The tropical climate is good only if you are near the ocean. The north/northeast of Brazil is hotter. The temperature rarely drops below 20 degrees and can easily reach 40 degrees, I lived there and it was a hell :lol:
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#25 by nursemorph » Tue Jun 25, 2019 02:10

There are a few places I have wanted to visit:

The Grand Canyon, obviously...how can anyone not want to visit such an iconic landscape?

Niagara Falls, for the same reason

Ground Zero: Having seen so much footage of the attacks and the aftermath (both immediate and long-term), I have wanted to visit the site to pay my respects and to get a more personal sense of it all.

The Bonnneville Salt Flats in Utah. As a massive automotive fan, I would love to be able to visit the site of so many Land Speed Records (even if there isn't much to actually look at)

I'd also like to see any forest that has Giant Redwoods....you can't really understand the size of those trees without seeing them in person.
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