Best Cities In the United States to Visit
The Contenders: Page 2
More people are visiting! I'm so happy.
Who would visit Detroit - noahkirch
My brother and I visited Traverse City during their cherry festival. We had fun but I remember they were mad at Don Henley because he apparently had to cancel an appearance there. We were looking forward to seeing Henley, but we enjoyed it anyway and it is very scenic there.
There are a LOT of theme parks there. Disney, Universal and Sea World, you should come here.
Already went there and I will most likely visit it again
Portland, Maine or Portland, Oregon? - EpicJake
Best city in the world!
Great city nice people good food etc.
I already see some Great Lakes cities on this list, but Grand Marais is an unbelievably relaxed atmosphere. Honestly, even when it's crowded there, you don't care because it is so beautiful right on Lake Superior. Highway 61 (meaning Dylan's Highway 61) runs right through Grand Marais. It is a town of only 14-hundred, but you'll never find a more congenial host. The restaurants are fantastic, and the town is full of interesting gift shops and novelty stores. The atmosphere is rustic but not in a backwoods kind of way. It's got to be the most mellow town in America. I don't think you could have a bad time there if you tried.
There is a lot of seafood, endless swaths of beaches, piers here and there, the largest waterpark in South Carolina, golf courses...
Kings Dominion, a Cedar Fair Park. Near DC and Richmond
Best city to live!
No ghettos and there are never crimes.
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