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Travel : America's top tourist spots (according to Forbes)

Discussion in 'The OT' started by Steve615, May 16, 2008.

  1. Steve615

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  2. Richard King

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    WHAT?!?!?!?! No Zero Beach, Florida?!?!?! :lol:
     
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    smiddy Tain't ogre til its ogre

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    Reminds us how much there is to see right here at home. I've only been to 5 of the top 10, 10 of the 25. I need to quit my job so I can see the world! :D
     
  5. elaclair

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    Wow, I've been to all but three of them, and I've been to all 50 states. But there's still a lot to see here in the America's......
     
  6. Phil T

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    I have been to 14 of the 25. I guess I better get busy to get to the last 11.!!
     
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    Oh, it's the most visited spots rather than the best spots.

    For me, I'd much rather go to some place like Michigan's Copper Country or Utah's National Parks than Times Square.
     
  8. Richard King

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  9. Steve Mehs

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    I'm surprised to see Niagara Falls so high on the list at number 7, living in the area, I think nothing of it, it’s just a bunch of water, woopie. I thought the Grand Canyon and Cape Cod would be higher up. Times Square, Disney Land, Disney World, Vegas, Boston, DC and Universal all obvious places.
     

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