Bong here. Want to go on a trip to USA next year but actually want to experience America.

Bong here. Want to go on a trip to USA next year but actually want to experience America. Where’s the best place for that? Did some research and found Jackson, Wyoming. Can any mutts suggest other places?

  1. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    >i want to actually experience America and was told to go to Wyoming
    lmao no
    >suggestions?
    >Salt Lake City. Beautiful city and amazing sighsee views all around you. Skiing in winter, hiking in fall/summer. Zion natl. park is also insane. Mormons make it a bit odd of a stop but mormonism is basically christianity but american.
    >Nashville
    Music city, good whiskey and an overall good vibe
    >Vegas
    Gambling, Clubbing, Partying, Drinking, Great Shows, great food, best gun ranges in the entire country, can also make the drive out to Lake Tahoe for kino sighsee
    >Portland, Maine and Boston
    Good small city vibes in Portland Maine, short drive to Acadia Natl. Park, 2 hr drive to Boston after that where you can get a laid back and more european version of NYC. Can also visit the myriad of small towns in Vermont and New Hampshire for kino rural-ish living. Amazing views in Fall when the trees turn orange, yellow and red.
    >Florida
    AKA American Australia, swampland everglades tourism, theme parks, beaches galore, the florida keys are kino and small towns like saint augustine are amazing

    If you really want middle of nowhere tier America:
    >Des Moines, Iowa
    >Sioux Falls and Deadwood, SD
    >Grand Rapids, Michigan
    >Wyoming isn't actually a bad stop if you'll take the time to go to Yellowstone
    >Madison, Wisconsin for cheese tourism, alcoholism, and a stop at Door County for small towns galore, Lake Geneva... Actually a lot of stuff to check out in Wisconsin if you look up the sighsee list
    >San Antonio, TX is a great stop, as is most of TX besides Austin, Dallas and Houston.
    >Alaska is unironically great
    >Colorado but not Denver, Pueblo or Boulder

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      Pretty good other than Vegas and Wyoming/South Dakota is based

  2. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    dont go to wyoming unless you are going to yellowstone. its beautiful in the winter but also cold as dick so plan accordingly. certainly dont go to jackson wyoming, specifically.

    if you are going to go to a big city i guess id choose chicago or new york is probably the best places to see burgers being burgers. sf is a shithole, as is any other popular city on the west coast. if you want southerners ive heard nashville is a decent place to visit. you could do miami.

    if you want nature, theres yosemite, redwood national park, cascades national park. honestly too many to list.

    i would stick with the nature honestly. there are undoubtedly great museums and food in the cities but the food is mostly fusion homogenized trendy crap and theres more homeless and shitheads than youve ever seen in your life.

    the other benefit of going to see the natural beauty of the country is you get to stop in small towns and go to diners and other more "real american" type places. i suppose you could just land in a city, spend a day or two, and then go fuck off on a road trip to a park. colorado would probably be your best bet for that. just stay on the right side

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      Suggesting to go to Chicago
      Opinion discarded

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        i mean, hes not from here. the downtown is a very american thing and something to see if you want to see an american metropolis. i wouldnt go back, but the art museums and skyscrapers are undeniably interesting. their signature dish is obeast pizza and a hotdog i mean cmon, you cant get more american than that. plus he can get a real, authentic, american bullet wound and hospital bill.

  3. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    >middle of nowhere tier America
    Kansas city has the best BBQ in the entire country.

    Other than that, i approve of this anons list.
    This historical areas on the east coast are really cool. Would recommend Williamsburg Virginia.

  4. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    For Texas, Ft. Worth and New Braunfels are good larger areas to go to that aren't shitholes like Dallas/Austin/Houston, though I think Houston is the best out of those three. Galveston is a great place too, just expect to not go swimming at the beaches as the water there is a nasty brown.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      Grew up 30 min from New Braunfels. Can confirm a good town, its getting to be more of a city now since Californians are flooding it (they invade anything that has any semblance of culture) and as a result traffic has gotten bad compared to how it was growing up.

      Fredricksburg TX is great, even more German and you can hike enchanted rock (USA Ayers rock) and San Antonio is kino.

  5. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    I sugest going to Boston and start talking about racial purity and calling people mutts.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      For Texas, Ft. Worth and New Braunfels are good larger areas to go to that aren't shitholes like Dallas/Austin/Houston, though I think Houston is the best out of those three. Galveston is a great place too, just expect to not go swimming at the beaches as the water there is a nasty brown.

      >i want to actually experience America and was told to go to Wyoming
      lmao no
      >suggestions?
      >Salt Lake City. Beautiful city and amazing sighsee views all around you. Skiing in winter, hiking in fall/summer. Zion natl. park is also insane. Mormons make it a bit odd of a stop but mormonism is basically christianity but american.
      >Nashville
      Music city, good whiskey and an overall good vibe
      >Vegas
      Gambling, Clubbing, Partying, Drinking, Great Shows, great food, best gun ranges in the entire country, can also make the drive out to Lake Tahoe for kino sighsee
      >Portland, Maine and Boston
      Good small city vibes in Portland Maine, short drive to Acadia Natl. Park, 2 hr drive to Boston after that where you can get a laid back and more european version of NYC. Can also visit the myriad of small towns in Vermont and New Hampshire for kino rural-ish living. Amazing views in Fall when the trees turn orange, yellow and red.
      >Florida
      AKA American Australia, swampland everglades tourism, theme parks, beaches galore, the florida keys are kino and small towns like saint augustine are amazing

      If you really want middle of nowhere tier America:
      >Des Moines, Iowa
      >Sioux Falls and Deadwood, SD
      >Grand Rapids, Michigan
      >Wyoming isn't actually a bad stop if you'll take the time to go to Yellowstone
      >Madison, Wisconsin for cheese tourism, alcoholism, and a stop at Door County for small towns galore, Lake Geneva... Actually a lot of stuff to check out in Wisconsin if you look up the sighsee list
      >San Antonio, TX is a great stop, as is most of TX besides Austin, Dallas and Houston.
      >Alaska is unironically great
      >Colorado but not Denver, Pueblo or Boulder

      Thanks for the suggestions anons but I’m sort of trying to avoid cities. I live near London and I find they’re all very samey. Taxis, trains, tall buildings, people and tourists. I wanna see America as in guns, trucks, freedom, shit you just can’t get in Europe. If that even exists

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        Midwesterner here.

        If you want Americana, the Ozarks and Colorado are both solid. Tennessee is cool too.
        You may get some shit for being bri*ish but be a good sport about it and say you like guns and people will usually welcome you.
        The trucks guns and freedom types are usually into more rural stuff. You like fishing? Get yourself a fishing loisence (theyre normally cheap) and a cheap Walmart pole. You'll make friends fast.

        • 2 months ago
          Anonymous

          >colorado
          smoke weed and shoot guns

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        Don't listen to other answers, they're lukewarm at best. Jackson is a billionaire "cowboy" town that is kind of a waste of time. Great ski resort, but I think you'd be better served elsewhere.

        Most of middle America is like this. I'd recommend out west as the terrain is so much better. Appalacia is nice as well but not comparable. Stay away from Colorado, not what you want. My personal favorite area is Glacier NP in Montana. Parts of Utah and Idaho are close behind. The drive on i15 from Idaho Falls to the Canadian border is essentially undeveloped and I think I'd would be a fun drive for the American experience. I doubt anybody would give you shit for being a foreigner. Honestly, even if you were black you might get some incel calling you the nword but the typical person isn't interested in fucking with people even in Dixie.

        central and north Florida are very American places as well. I've always loved going there

        • 2 months ago
          Anonymous

          >y personal favorite area is Glacier NP in Montana. Parts of Utah and Idaho are close behind
          If OP goes to Idaho, I found the road from Heron to Sandpoint (I started in St Regis) to be pretty stunning

          I was doing it in some absolute shit weather conditions though

        • 2 months ago
          Anonymous

          >Glacier NP in Montana
          I'm going to Kalispell in October for a week. Any suggestions what to do there?

          • 2 months ago
            Anonymous

            Used to live there. October is shoulder season, you may get some serious snowfall but you also might get some of the best trekking of the year. Earlier October, the better. If Logan Pass is open you should go up there and do all the big hikes. High Line is fine, but Mt. Oberlin is better. You're going to want to attack the park from the West, since it's not worth going to East Portal if you're staying in Kalispell.

            A little late season for a float, but the water will be pretty tame. You could do the whitewater stretch of the middle fork with zero experience and probably be fine that later in the year, though apparently they had gnarly water earlier this year and its been a weird season.

            October is hunting season and its gonna be all-out. Out of state tags are crazy expensive for elk and moose and you'll need more than a week.

            Non-outdoors stuff: Kalispell throws one of the coolest gun shows in the world. Definitely worth a visit, its usually in April and October, but sometimes in September. Look that up. Whitefish has turned pretty bad, but football Sunday's at the Bulldog is still a great time. The Gunsight in Columbia Falls has live music that's shockingly good for how sparsely populated this part of the world is. The Stonefly is an awesome bar in the summer with the raft guides and locals, but October might be a little late for that crowd. Still worth stopping in.

            Downtown Bigfork and Whitefish have bougie shopping districts. Columbia Falls and Kalispell are pretty Montanan though. The rez has some great stuff (awesome skeet shooting course in Polson) but its a bit of a drive.

            If you are in good shape you should do the Great Northern trail. Its a fucking burner, but a legit accomplishment (no technical skills needed, but it gets scrambly) and you'll be sore after it. It is tough, but you get a great view.

            • 2 months ago
              Anonymous

              Thanks, I'm going to save this. I was planning to go the last week of October. How much effort should I make to move that earlier a couple weeks?

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        Sounds like you might like Appalachia. Bears, cougars, mountains, cowboy hats, whiskey, country music, hillbillies.

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        >I’m sort of trying to avoid cities
        Then what you need is to rent a car and drive across the country. How much time do you have? You can get across most of it in two weeks, especially if you don't care about hitting the coasts.

        • 2 months ago
          Anonymous

          >tellling any tourist to drive across the US to see it best
          /facepalm

          • 2 months ago
            Anonymous

            Why not? America was designed for road tripping. Especially if he wants to avoid cities.

  6. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    and also fuck US hotels especially in middle America. Rent a car, pick up a cheap tent from Walmart and go camp in public land, it's everywhere out west. thedyrt is the best place to find pockets of BLM/forest land. It's so nice being able to camp in the middle of nowhere where nobody will bother you.

  7. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Visit Virginia please

  8. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    If you're going to Yellowstone, don't bother with Jackson, stay in Cody instead. Same size but cheaper, you have Yellowstone and Grand Tetons nearby, and within the city there are festivals and many museums, including the Buffalo Bill Center, a 5 in 1 museum, including a collection of over 7,000 guns. I spent 10 days in Cody and it was great, good food, things to do, and brought home good souvenirs.

  9. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    could do bourbon tasting in kentucky as well

  10. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    OP, go to college towns. Madison WI, Ann Arbor MI, Durham/Chapel Hill NC, Oxford MS, Champaign IL, Iowa City IA, Athens GA, Morgantown WV, etc.

    I tend to think the southern and midwestern examples are the best with the most spirit and intellectual diversity. west coast and northeast are nauseatingly liberal with pretty much zero moderating influence, even somewhere like Missoula MT will have you rolling your eyes constantly.

    not that you won't find that in Madison, Oxford or Champaign, it'll just feel more offset.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      >Ann Arbor, Madison, Iowa City
      >Spirit and intellectual diversity
      Please do not listen to this troll. These specific colleges are the source of everything wrong with Europe right now

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        >Iowa City is the source of Europe's problems
        The IOWAN strikes FEAR in to the hearts all who oppose him

        • 2 months ago
          Anonymous

          have you been there? it's the most liberal town in the midwest.

          • 2 months ago
            Anonymous

            >have you been there
            Nah, just the thought of possibly the most random state in the nation causing Europe problems was funny. But I find that hard to believe, I imagine Minneapolis and Chicago are way more liberal than fucking Iowa City. I'm not a midwesterner but I'm moving to Minneapolis pretty soon, so I did visit.

            • 2 months ago
              Anonymous

              it's a massive university. the state has agriculture, sure but it's purple so its cities especially that one is heavily liberal. Moreso than Madison, less than Ann Arbor. Point is, they're horrible destinations for a European who wants to experience uniquely American traits.

  11. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    As a fellow bong, why the fuck would you want to go to Wyoming? Go to NYC or Boston

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      Did you even read the first post?

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      >NYC or Boston
      Lmao. Maybe nyc one day then DC for one day. Going to CA and seeing Yosemite would be better. Pnw is beautiful too. Nashville probably a great stop too.

  12. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Jerome, AZ

  13. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    >Where’s the best place for that
    In your local mcdonalds. Here I saved your money

  14. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Watch this before telling UK citizens snything. Watch the old British guy

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      Good point. Yea go to NYC and Boston then fly home please. Definitely don’t come to the west coast and Yosemite or yellow stone or Zion.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      >"worldwide the lgbt agenda is accepted"
      lmao people really believe this

  15. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Dallas, TX
    Charleston, SC

  16. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Jackson Wyoming is an upscale ski resort town. It's actually pretty expensive. Look at the prices of the bar food in downtown Jackson. I agree with the other dude, go stay in Cody or maybe Lava Hot Springs Idaho.

    I also recommend Asheville NC, Destin Florida during the spring and fall and Durango Colorado

  17. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    >Brit wants to experience real america
    >autists on trv tell him to go to the most desolate places in the country
    Don't go to Iowa OP. Don't waste your time in the plains states

  18. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Gig Harbor, Washington State
    Vashon Island, Washington State
    BainBridge Island, Washington State
    Lake Chelan, Washington State
    Grizdale, Washington State
    Lake Wynoochee, Washington State
    Summit Lake, Washington State
    Ocean Shores, Washington State

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