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It's not to bad if you are only there for a day or two to see a concert/convention, but if you are there just to sight-see and you're not into gambling or partying, then you will get bored very quick. I knew it was bad when by the first night I was there, I already wanted to go home.
Pretty much worthless if you're not into gambling or debauchery. - SplashMoun10
The Vegas you know is different from what I know. Vegas is great
I never understood why New York City gets so much praise there's a lot of good things but there's also a lot of bad things about it to - christangrant
I like New York City quite a lot, but I do have to admit it's pretty overrated. - SplashMoun10
Too crowded for me anyways...
Lovely sights, but that's about it. - SplashMoun10
I'd say it's worth visiting at least once, but overall, it's much more style over substance with this city. - SplashMoun10
It’s boring and people are rude
I agree, this place is terrible. Ice cold in winter, blazing hot in summer, plus horrible smoggy conditions with constant wind, and such a boring place. Whatever you do, DO NOT move here!
Disneyland is NOT the happiest place on earth!
Literally a cultureless desert filled with boring suburbs. Imagine Las Vegas without casinos and the entertainment and full of old folks. That's what Phoenix is
Okay, this is going to be an awfully long one. If you’re agoraphobic, summer is absolute hell. This is because of the heat that would travel all across your room, unless you have an AC. If you hate sunlight, then I certainly can’t recommend this city since the sun shines more than the moon, even during the “winter” days of this city. When the sun shines, it shines awfully bright all over your face. Also, the city is densely populated to the point where you can barely even know where you are at one point or another. There is hidden discrimination (although for a rational reason sometimes) against the whites, some have a coherent reason to do so, but others aren’t recommended to do so because they weren’t pulled away from their land. Oh boy, don’t even get me started on the traffic. The density of the people living over in the city is a factor into the traffic, combined with the average tourist count of >2k a day, making the traffic even more painful than it already ...more
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