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#1
yea so my family are hopefully going to america soon
we are kinda into scenery so stuff like the plains and stuff really suit our style.
where would be the best place to go?
#2
Well, if you don't care about anything else besides scenery, there's Montana, Colorado, any state in the west.
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Canada.
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#4
scenery? dont go to the plains. there is no scenery, unless wheat and corn are considered scenery these days.


go either to the Rocky Mountains in Colorado, or maybe go to the Northeast, like Vermont or Maine. thats if you like scenery.
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Stay away from eastern Nebraska unless you like seeing cornfields for miles and miles during the warm season and the fact that everyone I know is obsessed with 311 and Slipnot, or mebe that's just the town I live in.
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scenery? dont go to the plains. there is no scenery, unless wheat and corn are considered scenery these days.


go either to the Rocky Mountains in Colorado, or maybe go to the Northeast, like Vermont or Maine. thats if you like scenery.

+1 to the Northeast. I've got some pictures in a blog from our New England road trip...amazing scenery there.
#9
Yeah, I'd avoid the midwest unless you REALLY like corn and/or cows.

Colorado, Arizona, and New Mexico have some really nice scenery around the mountains. Plus you're within a couple hours drive of California and the ocean, not to mention Mexico.
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lol i saw Germany and Canada and thought i would jump on the bandwagon.
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I'd say it all depends on what time of year your coming to America..and how much time you plan on visiting.

I myself am from the Deep South and haven't had the opportunity to personally see all the other parts of the country, I have seen amazing pics from the Northeast in the fall, some parts of the South are nice....particularly the Smokey Mountains of Tennessee and North Carolina. North-West Arkansas has some really beautiful vista's in the Ozarks, but not much else. Also parts of the Mid West are beautiful...particularly places like Colorado and California.

How long do you and your folks plan on visiting?
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lol i saw Germany and Canada and thought i would jump on the bandwagon.



SO.... anyone else going to Azerbaijan anytime soon.
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I'd say it all depends on what time of year your coming to America..and how much time you plan on visiting.

I myself am from the Deep South and haven't had the opportunity to personally see all the other parts of the country, I have seen amazing pics from the Northeast in the fall, some parts of the South are nice....particularly the Smokey Mountains of Tennessee and North Carolina. North-West Arkansas has some really beautiful vista's in the Ozarks, but not much else. Also parts of the Mid West are beautiful...particularly places like Colorado and California.

How long do you and your folks plan on visiting?


Im not sure if I'm reading that right but it looks like you are saying that california is in the midwest
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For scenery
Go to newmexico/arizona in the wintertime. In the summer if your go to yellowstone national park in montana or acadia national park in newengland. Im from maine origionaly so im sorta board with the area but there are alotta tourists that come and wanna see the lobstering industry.
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Northern Cali is pretty awesome.
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Im not sure if I'm reading that right but it looks like you are saying that california is in the midwest


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Good suggestion that is sure to help out the OP

If I were you I would head to the Grand Canyon. It has to be one of the greatest sites in USA and that whole general area around is really beautiful.
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Grand Canyon is pretty amazing, but the Bryce Canyon in Utah is really good too, and only a few hours drive away, so check that out too.

I would also suggest Virginia, the Blue Ridge Mountains are amazing and the skyline drive is one of those things to do before you die I reckon. You'll also be pretty close to Washington DC which I really recommend a visit too, and there's caverns too, like the Luray Caverns which are really fun. North Carolina is good too, and you'll be close to that - the sand dunes are something else. Whole other world.

have a good trip!
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Ahhh the arm pit of America I live in the **** hole state below it, if you like senery go up to the North East. Vermont is simply stunning during the mid summer early fall.
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SO.... anyone else going to Azerbaijan anytime soon.

might be this summer actually
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Stay away from eastern Nebraska unless you like seeing cornfields for miles and miles during the warm season and the fact that everyone I know is obsessed with 311 and Slipnot, or mebe that's just the town I live in.

Ha, ever been to western or central Nebraska? Eastern Nebraska is like HEAVEN.
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From what your very first post says, sounds like Yellowstone is the place you wanna be.

Although VA/DC in the fall would be a good suggestion.

I would also highly recommend Alaska, but it isn't really close if you are going to the continental Us...
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I've been to Wyoming and I liked it. After a while it starts getting old, but I'm from crappy northern oklahoma. So Wyoming was enjoyable. I also like Louisiana but there are some rednecks there.
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In the summer if your go to yellowstone national park in montana


Actually, very little of Yellowstone is in Montana. The majority of it is in Wyoming.

North Western Wyoming is beautiful. There are lots of other places to visit in that area from the Bighorn Mountains west to Yellowstone. In Thermopolis, WY they have the worlds largest mineral hot springs, Chimney Rock in Shell, WY as well as several dinosaur track sites and digs. Devil's Tower is in eastern Wyoming just on the other side of the Bighorns, thats pretty cool. I guarantee you'll see lots of wildlife too. Coyotes, fox, mule deer, white tail, elk, pronghorn, prairie dogs, red tailed hawks, occasional moose. Yup.

Alaska is another great place to visit in the summer. 24 hours of daylight and it never gets ungodly hot. Denali, salmon runs, fishing at 2:00am, wildlife, countless mountain ranges and scenic rivers like the Tanana, glaciers, drunken natives, you name it. And if you've never walked on tundra I suggest you try. Its fun! Just be sure you bring a good bug repellent! Trust me on this one.
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Ha, ever been to western or central Nebraska? Eastern Nebraska is like HEAVEN.


Well never been there but there's supposed to be more scenery in the western part but if eastern nebraska is like heaven then and i think it sucks ass then does it make the rest of it hell?
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