>go to US this summer
>plan a roadtrip through US
Which are some nice/interesting places to visit? Fuck the guides, I want info from the people.
Colorado is nice but if you come here I'd suggest going to Loveland or Estes Park for a nice taste of beautiful nature and small town loveliness. Then you can head south to the Garden of the Gods for some of the best sights you'll ever see. If you have time you can also catch a concert at Red Rocks, it is again beautiful and the natural acoustics make it a pleasant experience. Plus if you're into weed or good beer, well we've got that as well.
Hocking Hills, Ohio. Near Columbus. No charge to get in because it’s a state park. Lots to do between zip lining and kayaking, ATV trails, and miles upon miles of hiking. If you want a crazy hike, micro-dose your hallucinogenic of choice and enjoy the summer or fall foliage. Cliffs and caves everywhere
You could spend a month in just Florida (full disclosure: my home) and not see even a third of it.
If you're into it, Disney and universal studios is worth it, so are parts of Sea world. There's a reason this is the tourism capital of the world.
If you go through Ohio I suggest Hocking Hills state park.
I'll post a couple images
Georgia, not much going on here. Atlanta just has a new BMW football stadium that a soccer team plays there too. Locals will tell you to go to Coca-Cola experience but just don't, its weird.
Savannah is nothing much besides historic.
I lived in Los Angeles before. There is two places you will at least enjoy there, the Getty Center and the Griffith Observatory where you can view the large telescope and have a nice view of the city. Don't visit Hollywood, tourist trap. Go to Six Flags Magic Mountain and/or Disney.
I also lived in West Yellowstone, a small town just west of the Wyoming/Yellowstone Border. Federal and State parks is something I guarantee every Europoor will enjoy because It's the only thing we really get right. Visit Yellowstone non-blizzard season, there's geysers and springs and natural springs you can relax in surrounding the area (Don't remember any being inside). Don't fuck with the Buffalo.
That's about all the info from me, I did live in Colorado and msot things west of Denver has historic sites and tours about Mines and things, if you're into that. Dangerous Highways too.
If you have a month I’d recommend traveling the east coast from north to south. Maine is really beautiful, had good lobster and whale watching. From there if visit a lot of the famous Nkrthest cities: Boston, New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore (could throw in Atlantic City if you’re into casinos). Some really nice cities down south would then be Washington, Charleston, Savannah, Atlanta, and Miami. Obviously hit up all the good spots in Orlando like Disney, Universal, etc. Also, some bomb theme parks that you could throw in which are really fun are Busch Gardens in VA and Six Flags Great Adventure
Sorry I have 2 brain cells to rub together. Seriously though, you have garbage food, shitty people, poor weather, hurricanes, Florida man, high obesity and the only real things you have to show for it are some overpriced, albeit fun, theme parks. For standard of living, fuck no you aren't a good state.
Shit hivemind Ohio fag as well hmm?
> Ohio is quite cheap compared to New York or California
> Ohio has alot of natural beauty in regions of the south east and southwest.
> There are tons of cheap tucked in cabins that provide some beautiful isolation in nature along the boarder of the park.
> image related Hocking hills again.
PS: I suggest also kings island its a theme park in Ohio, i'll post some picks in a Min.
If you make it to California, a day trip to Catalina Island is worth the time and effort. 26 miles across the sea, as an old song goes. There's a one-square-mile town named Avalon. Rent a golf cart and drive up the canyon to the Wrigley Memorial.
Wow I can do that same thing, as can the majority of the states. Plus if we are going to go that route Nevada has by far the most lax gun laws.
What part of Yurope are you from?
This is a great guide for the Midwest
Baltimore is like a 3rd world nigger war zone I suggest avoiding if you value your life. The city of brotherly love is no more.
Basically look at any political map and any place thats had democrates in power for decades is garbage. Not because necessarily of the politics but the people that elected them are all poor niggers wanting gibs. Poverty and drug use and murder and rape are highest in these areas.
Come to Los Angeles and hang with the locals. Everyone is so friendly here.
Cedar point is way better than Kings.
Plus, if you’re in that part of Ohio you have to go to Put-in-bay. If you Europeans enjoy alcoholism and Island life you’d love it. Lots of fun to fuck around on the mopeds and party all day
go to Texas and run around in some wheat field.
I do it all the time
May I suggest attending the Big Sandy Shoot event if you like guns, even if you don't its a visual event to behold at night with all the tracers and explosions going off.
Full auto everything, Tanks, helicopters, artillery all in an event you can participate in.
There are other cool military evens like in Dayton Ohio with their airshows and explosions but they don't let you actually shoot.
Video related https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DiVFaJ2o3KU
They will even share their AIDS needles with you in your foot through your shoe on the sidewalk...
The weather is pretty damn good to me. I don’t know why you fags complain. It’s 81 degrees out side right now and not a cloud in the sky. It really only gets rough from the humidity in the peak of summer.
Going from Scotland to Ohio in two weeks. Wife's a Cleveland native, so I get to visit that part of the world a lot, really nice people, Cedar Point is on the list of places to check out this time.
>I found who was behind of it
I’m a Cleveland native as well. Cleveland is great if you know where to be. It’s nowhere near as bad as people (understandably) think. They really cleaned the city up because of the GOP convention and it still looks great. The Flats is coming back to its glory days slowly yet surely as well
Fuck off you shill. Sta fucking sucks. I lived there for 2 years. Florida is the best state in the country by a long shot (hence the legion of jealous fags) but I try not to remember St. Augustine exists.
I like Ohio but sorry to hear she is from Cleveland its been in decline for decades.
I prefer Kings island to cedar point
Mainly because Kings Island has more, larger, and crazier coasters.
But no reason you can't do both.
Kings island is stupid cheap like $45 but no one pays that because coupons for $20 off are everywhere.
It’s seems like an odd place but if you need two or three days somewhere and you’re close I’d recommend Little Rock, Arkansas. The closest thing to do near it, besides the city, is some hot springs out west-ish.
I was traveling cross country and decided to spend three nights there because I’d never been and figured fuck it, I like seeing new places. Great food at Gus’s World Famous Chicken and seafood right off the river. Got some good ice cream. $2 classic horror movie at the theater. Clinton Musuem (not a libtard but still was cool to see) and some other museums. Submarine tour. They have that nigger high school. Three trolley lines in town to get around.
I don’t know if I enjoyed it so much because I expected so little or what, but being as there is fuck all in that part of the country to do. I would stop by again.
Uhhhh nah. I lived in Tampa for a while and have to travel through Florida for work a few times a year. It's a disgusting state and the only people who enjoy it are the elderly who can't see past their gated communities and fucktard supermarkets, and trashy human filth who enjoy wallowing in their neighbors neon vomit.
Cedar point is great too I just prefer Kings Island
The indoor coaster Flight of Fear is my personal fav being in pitch black spinning like crazy you cant even tell which way is up.
Glad to hear Cleveland is doing alittle better.
Don't bother with the coasts, just whores. The south is burning hot. The Dakota's are fly fields, central USA is just corn. There is a hidden Jem in Montana called flathead lake. The east part of Montana are just cow fields. But flathead lake is beautiful and is in close proximity to glacier national Park. Beautiful in spring and summer, perfect temp. Plus you can swim in it.
If you come to Texas, avoid the big cities. That’s just like going to California. Save that for California. Travel through larger and small cities. You’ll eventually meet some of the nicest people on earth and maybe they’ll invite you to go shooting, drinking and basically do whatever you want on one of their big ranches.
Estes Park and Glenwood Springs in Colorado. You can even take a scenic train ride up to Glenwood Springs from Denver. Also stop by Fort Collins for some dank legal weed on me. [email protected]
State parks are a national treasure. The Smithsonian and most of the touristy things in Washington D.C. will be nice if you want to learn more about American culture and history. If you want more conventional fun most any major city will suit your purpose, but some are definitely better than others.
Well your likely into crazy cars then. There are lots of big mudding events.
To explain mudding, it's basically a giant bog, Lots of half/fully naked people, country/rock concert, and crazy drunk rednecks trying to one up each other in super modified trucks.
Plus many events have food vendors with typical fair food.
I was stationed out in Kansas while I was in the army, I’m from New York and I have to say there’s something to be said about the mid west. Really wish I used my leave to travel instead of going home. There are some really nice places to see out there. Hope I have another opportunity some day.
If you are going through Chicago, you can meet me...a 44 yo btard who lets his wife fuck him in the ass and has bragged about it here. We won't be doing buttstuff, but I'd be hwppy to show you around. I speak some German and French pretty well if that helps. Leave KIK or throwaway email if interestested.
CA - Yosemite, Big Sur, Redwoods, Mt Shasta, Lake Tahoe
OR - Oregon Coast, Crater Lake, Mt Hood
Washington - Mt Rainier, Olympic NP, Puget Sound
AZ - Grand Canyon, Antelope Slot Canyon, Colorado River at Parker, Lake Havasu, etc (great place to rent boat)
NV - Las Vegas, Lake Tahoe, Great Basin
UT - Arches, Canyon Lands, Bryce Canyon, Zion, etc
CO - San Juan Mountains, Aspen, Crested Butte, River rafting, etc.
WY - Yellowstone, Grand Tetons, Devils Tower
MT - Glaciers NP, etc
I think there's a couple of must-see places here for a first timer.
Crater lake state park in Oregon. Fucking beautiful.
Black hills badlands, South Dakota.
The French Quarter, New Orleans. Although summer weather is brutal.
Savannah, Georgia. Lots to do, it's a historical town so pretty cool. Plus a ton of great food.
The Smithsonian. Washington DC.
Moab, Utah. It's a blast there if you want some adventure.
Ocean city Maryland. A nice dose of American beach town living.
Cedar point, Ohio. The greatest amusement park on the planet.
Of course there's a ton more places to go and things to do, but these are a few of my favorites.
Check out these travel bloggers, I'm from the US and I can't wait to go to Mt. Rainier next winter, its fucking gorgeous.
There are beautiful ranger centers all around for free, but they include cafes and shops as well for food and supplies.
That means god in my language, so it must be pretty cool.
I live pmuch on the iron curtain, so the muslim part of Yurop is slowly oozing in, so I might also be interested in gay things light sightseeing.
The US is the same almost exactly to the whole of Europe
United States of America/Area 3.797 million mi2
Europe 3.931 million mi2
Our states are like their counties.
It's just like a every weekend thing where I am from in Southern Ohio.
As a Europoor who've been I can say:
Los Angeles ( the most boring, fake plastic city ever, less than 10% white people)
Las Vegas (a boring desert theme park)
New York City is nice for like 3-5 days of sightseeing after that you're done (also less than 10% white people)
If you want the America you see in shows and movies go to Florida, Louisana, Colorado, Texas, Montana, Vermont.
Stay out of my country. We don't need any more of you European trannies shitting this place up, trying to make it into a new Germany, but not nazi Germany, instead Merkel Germany, overrun by hordes of rapist Muslims.
Yeah the US is the same size as all of Europe only with far fewer people. Combine that with having the most different climate zones of any country on earth and you get for alot of natural beauty. So feel free to really explore the parks if your into nature. Alot of cities on the easy coast like Boston are like unique Time capsules due to when they were born.
And of course all the touristy stuff like Vegas, empire state building ect.
White Mountains, New Hampshire.
>Lots of places to swim
Skip the states go to Canada.
Canada is everything the states think they are but aren't
I know friendo, I've been to yurop.
Cambridge Mass. I live here for school. Lots of resturants, cool shops, tons of concerts, old buildings, and history. Most everyone here is really well educated. Quick T ride into Boston, too
She doesn't, over here in her country of birth everyone knows that her diplomas are fake.
Even tho it is true we're pmuch all multilingual, since you'll hit the other side of our country in a 2 hour drive.
Also if our traveler is Adventure hearted then consider a air boat ride in a Florida cypress swamp. Lots of interesting wildlife like flamingos, alligators, pumas, anacondas, wild hogs, and the occasional shark
Bring mosquito repentant.
Sierra Nevada has the largest trees on earth many from before Christianity was created.
Get out of mah swamp donkey >>767744036
Aren't people forced to learn French in some parts of Canada because theyre a bunch of faggots who refuse to learn English? Fuck Canada
Lets be honest America makes nearly half of our maple syrup anyways.
Interesting fact, the US used to make the most syrup in the world but over the 20th century Canada upped the production to clearly surpass all other countries.
Don't ask why I know so much about fucking syrup.
Yep, that's pretty common around here, I'm fluent in Slovenian, German and English, but understand or know a few basic phrases in Italian/Spanish. It+s like if every state in the US had its seperate language, you'd pick up the basics pretty fast.
I know... sorry
But I grew up in Ohio mostly so I have fond memories in Adams county Ohio
are you feeling okay?
90% tourists practically everywhere, people are either really nice or complete assholes, everything is very expensive, traffic is horrendous, food is meh if you don't like steak
absolutely beautiful scenery, yes, but the best hikes away from all the tourists are ones you have to ask about.
Stay the fuck out of my state. Clogging up my i25. Fuck off. Nobody cared about us until 01/2014 when we manned up and legalized bud. Now attracting all the assholes that come with it bye cause they’re too weak to vote for their own shit.
What are you fucking talking about, you cunts always exaggerate everything.
You probably voted for Dickinpooper
Agree Zion is sweet
Yosemite isn't bad and has accommodations reminiscent of a Nazi resort.
Come to West Virginia, we have a bridge you can jump off of
This. America is a bunch of overcrowded cities on the coasts and a giant farm in the middle. And everyone there is a fat, racist religious fanatic. Anyplace else on earth is more interesting to visit.
Honestly I'd go from Garden of the Gods to Canyon of the Ancients then going to the four corners. From there I'd head to the Grand Canyon then up to Zion. I've done this before and you really get a look out how beautiful the country is out west.
I'm slim and atheist.
The racist part is maybe right but its all based in facts and figures
That's it? That's what you have? Most of your language is banned. You can go to jail for speaking a language you're ancestors developed and you come up with this garbage meme?
First off, the USA is HUGE. It’s the 4th-largest country on the planet, and many of its states are larger than European countries.
Second, its big cities are VERY spread out. Many yuros think they can land in NYC, for example, then go to Chicago , then down to Miami, and out to LA before going home a couple of weeks later. But that’s like going from London to Berlin, then down to Majorca and then out to Moscow. It’s better to focus on a particular region or two (New England, Mid Atlantic and DC, Southeast, Florida and Gulf coast, Texas and Desert Southwest, Great Plains, Mountain West, Alaska) and explore those more deeply. You won’t have days on end where you’re just stuck in a car or train traveling from one spot to another.
>Florida’s Gulf Coast beaches
>Yosemite Park in the California mountains
>Yellowstone Park in Northwest Wyoming
>Grand Canyon in Arizona
>Niagara Falls in far western NY
>The Art Institute in Chicago
>Hiking in the Rocky Mountains
The downside is you won’t be able to do them all. The USA’s just too big. But you will be able to see a couple of them and put some of the rest onto your list of things to see when you come back.
Does the fact that America as a whole not caring about what happens to Europe bother you?
Just a reminder there are only 3 countries that truly matter on the world
We have our Pantheon of American gods in Washington DC
The inner planned city is nice but the outskirts are mostly black ghettos.
>go to jail for speaking a language
The fuck you talkin bout nigger?
Ditch these 3. Absolutely nothing of value here.
>The Art Institute in Chicago
I would say Chicago in general. I love that city. You can walk around the loop and visit all the spots for a week. Go get the pretzels at Timothy O'Tooles.
No I think I was right. It seems to me the meme is a stab at america because the English invented english and we teach out kids english. I don't know though , like I said before I haven't slept yet and I'm seeing double.
Portland Oregon is fucking crazy, usually in a good way.
Was downtown there once and some bitch broke off from a group of business people in suits to start literally screaming "Kate Upton is a cock sucker! She tried to put it in my mouth when we were little!"
Depends on what youre looking for, Ive spent time living on most of the East Coast so I'll do my best to sum up some of the highlights
Florida: Theme parks blow but there are areas where you can have the beach all to yourself, the weather is great all year so you dont have to deal with anything and there are plenty of places to get casually drunk and have decent food (I live in the Ormond/Daytona area which is pretty relaxed but Miami and other areas like that are allot different)
New York: My favorite place if you're looking for a busier city atmophere. Theres allot here. In most of the touristy parts its really expensive but unlike anywhere else "off the beaten path" is usually like a block away and you can find some neat shit almost anywhere, and the different cultural neighborhoods (little italy, chinatown ect.) make it feel like you're visiting like 6 different citys in a 20 minute walk.
New Orleans: I lived here well after Katrina but its still pretty wild over there, very cultural, allot of great food done in ways you dont see anywhere else and a party atmoshpere that goes from fun to fucking ridiculous depending on when you come. New Orleans feels like it grew independently from the rest of the US they even have a completely different legal system so getting arrested there can be weird. (In the rest of the US you have a system of support based on prior cases, where like if the court found one person innocent/guilty in one similar situation then that can be used to expediate the process, where as in Louisiana, if its not written down in statutes it means allot less leading to a much longer process) though you really have to be fucking around to get arrested here.
I think this is referring to a case of assult (verbal in this instance, which can carry a fine and a 2 yr sentance depending on the sevarity and how it's handled after the fact) made through social media. Mainly, telling someone youre going to kill them or only expressing your intent to do anything illegal to that person that would make them feel targeted or unsafe. Its not as much "fuck niggers because Im racist and you all have to accept that" is illegal, as it is "Ill fucking kill you stacy you whore im coming over there right now" which is grounds to be arrested, fined and sentanced, even if you dont go over there to do so.
>Garden of the Gods to Canyon of the Ancients
I live in Florida, which seems like it isnt, regardless, everywhere in the US can use social media messages in a court hearing to decide sentancing and fines. Especially in the cases of physical threats and stalking.
>being this deluded willfully
Enjoy going bankrupt when you get cancer or a broken leg, and becoming homeless when most of your jobs are automated because you refuse a decent support system for your people
You can say whatever the fuck you want, even "fire" in a theater. You have to be actually caught in the act of stalking or physically threatening. And that's not usually jail, it's just a restraining order after warnings.
I'd rather be bankrupt than dead. And no one goes broke for a broken leg.
>refuse a decent support system
Like your socialism? Venezuela and Brazil are thriving now.
The government isn't supposed to be taking care of its people, it's supposed to be protecting us from foreign invaders. It currently seems to be a little backwards these days, especially in Europe.
San Juan Islands, Washington, north of seattle by ferry. Incredible whale watching and the most valuable homes in the country.
Also check out Mt Rainier, its massive in the distance like mt fuji but even bigger up close.
Sierra Nevada Sequoia forest, Northern California
Oceanside California, drive down the coast with the top down and wind blowing.
Estes park Colorado, visit rocky mountain national park, and stop in Boulder.
Nashville, its good music and bar food downtown on Broadway
Chicago is the most American city there is. Walk around downtown and by the lake. Catch a show at Kingston Mines or Andys. You will leave loving that city forever.
St Louis has nothing really downtown but is beautiful near washington university/forest park. Avoid niggers.
Kentucky has horses and bourbon country, do a tour of the makers mark distillery.
New Orleans Louisiana is a party all the time with amazing seafood. Get drunk and peoplewatch.
Michigan is beautiful forests especially in the upper penninsula.
Washington DC is a must see, there are amazing memorials and statues with a lot of information of how the country went through several wars and changes.
Savannah Georgia is the sweetest part of the south. Its antebellum, frozen in the 1800s and you can drink in the streets. Youll fall in love there.
Everything between new york and bangor maine is a masterpiece of beauty, especially in the fall.
Florida has the kennedy space center which is more awe inspiring than any of the theme parks, but disney and universal are great too. Just crowded and pricy.
Top it all off with Key West florida. 3 hour drive south of miami, it is its own republic. Lots to do, fish, sail, drink, party, and the whole island is walk or bike friendly. The Amsterdam of the usa.
Beautiful forests and snow
Death Valley erupts in the spring with wildflowers which is pretty cool.
The rest of the year death valley is like this
No reasonable person from outside the US thinks Hershey’s chocolate is good. Even the ones in the US that thing it’s good are fucking retarded.
>former PA fag here
>fuck that state
No, Alabama’s only second worst.
Worst is Mississippi, as evidenced by the two states’ unofficial slogans
>Alabama: At least we’re not Mississippi
>Mississippi: You’re welcome, Alabama
Florida can be great, but there’s also a lot of surreal shit that goes on down there, and the longer you stay there the stranger it gets. As someone born there, I have learned to embrace the strangeness and roll with it. If you’re new to it, I recommend a steady diet of psychedelics to help you cope.
This pretty much sums it up.
definitely spend time in the rocky mountains
I took this photo near Estes Park, Colorado a while back
They’re actually one of the best things about America and its people.
Everyone has a goddamn good time, they sing the national anthem like they mean it, they get good and drunk partying all day, drive supercharged pickup trucks and laugh their asses off.
Plus, if something goes wrong, they all run TOWARD the wreckage, as only the very best people do.
Because back when the country was young, it was “out West” to the original Colonists. Then the whole western half of the continent opened up, and while it was still “out West”, it wasn’t “Way out West” like California. So they chose “Middle West”, which got shortened to “Midwest”, and the name stuck.
Because people love their cars and love competition. Get enough cars and enough people together and pretty soon they are going to start racing.
Make those cars into trucks and they’re going to be doing other forms of competition, like mudbogging.
Turn them into tractors and you’re going to ha e tractor pulls.
It’s just the way we are. We love everything with an engine and unmuffled exhaust pipes.
True, and for this, north Florida has it all over South Florida.
South Florida is either fuckhuge stripmall cities or swampy as fuck river delta (aka Everglades). North Florida has much more of the interesting terrain and more natural wonders.
>Pic related, the Florida Caverns in Marianna
WellI know this girl from Ohio, she says I can stay at hers for a few days, so I believe that's my start I'd like to rent a van and sleep in it for the most part, sometimes go to a motel or something.
I just want to experience the good part of the US.
You can shoot fully automatic rifles at lots of ranges.
There’s an indoor range in my town where they rent automatic weapons. They have an MP5 you can rent and then blast away to your heart’s content. The ammo cost adds up, but hey-you’re shooting full auto, what do you care?
Agree with this. If you are coming east to west, take the sandhills journey scenic byways up through Nebraska to the black hills. The sandhills are one of the most unique and coolest features you will see. Also, one of the most isolated and empty places you can still go through in the civilized world.
>avoiding North Carolina
pls come to NC we have forests, mountains, and beaches. Most of the state is still woods, but there are cities, too.
Lots of national parks built around weird rock formations.
Like Grandfather Rock. It's supposed to look like a face.
Or Hanging Rock, which juts over a cliff.
Or Stone Mountain, which is a mountain-sized rock.
Actually don't come.