Why do people go to american?

Why do people go to american?
>takes 6 hours by plane at least
>rude people
>shitty beer
>girls for hire is illegal
>cheaper to eat unhealthy mcdonalds than it is to cook in home
>"history" is only 200 years old mostly capitalism
>have to hire a car to see anything
>unsafe with guns

I don't get it, some of me and my lads were looking into booking a winter holiday somewhere warm and we are looking at and america came up in conversation. I just laughed and said thailand is better.

  1. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    Also I missed from my text that with the lads we are planning a trip to thailand to a trans clinic to finally embrace our true identity.

  2. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    Been on the road in the US for the last month. As well as seeing friends and following up some niche interests:

    >Western culture and English language makes connecting with people more straightforward
    >large contiguous country so no fuckery with visas needed for long distance travel
    >nature
    >seeing the crumbling empire
    >digging the legitimate history that played a huge part in creating current world culture

    But the people need to find a way to stop bringing up politics at every opportunity.
    -

  3. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    As an American, I would say the only places worth visiting in the USA would be

    Texas
    California
    Hawaii
    New York
    Florida

    Maybe New England

    Everywhere else is pointless

    • 3 months ago
      Anonymous

      >As an American, I would say the only places worth visiting in the USA would be
      >Texas
      >California
      >Hawaii
      >New York
      >Florida
      >Maybe New England
      >Everywhere else is pointless
      add alaska too if you want to see whats it like

    • 3 months ago
      Anonymous

      The fact you didn't even mention the Grand Canyon, Zion, or Yosemite is a great shame. America's national parks are one of its best assets.

      • 3 months ago
        Anonymouss

        But
        >Yosemite
        _is_ in California. Did you mean Yellowstone?

        • 3 months ago
          Anonymous

          Thanks m8. Had my wires crossed for that last one.

    • 3 months ago
      Anonymous

      States seems like it has high quality sighsee destinations if that's your thing.
      None of the cities ever really seemed that appealing. I'd go to enjoy some oversized meal portions and drink heavily, that's about it.

    • 3 months ago
      Anonymous

      >takes hours by plane
      never traveled before?
      >rude people
      lolno, what foreigners say most is how shocked they are at how friendly and outgoing americans are compared to their own countries. Even midwest and southern flyovers are well known for their hospitality.
      >shitty beer
      implying you've had even 2% of the tons of domestics available. even if you have, lmao at disregarding whiskey and plymouth style gin, or california wines
      >prostitution illegal
      Nevada has legal brothels, escorts are still a thing too
      >high cost of food
      for greens, yeah, but you can make a lot of stuff for cheap if you're not retarded and know how to shop. Restaurants also give you massive portions, easily justifying the higher costs of going out (euros never figured out our appetizers were meant to either be shared or had as a full dish for one)
      >history is too young
      but there's so much of it you can't visit the hotspots in a single vacation, even if it's just colonial history.
      >have to get a car to see anything
      How awful, you get to actually drive and go wherever you want instead of praying a bus and train will take you where you want to go
      >unsafe with guns
      stay away from blacks and gun crime rates are europe tier

      >doesn't bring up AZ sighsee
      >doesn't bring up Utah's SLC and sighsee
      >ignores CO entirely
      >ignores AK's sighsee
      >disregards the insane small cities
      >disregarding CT domestic cigars
      >disregarding whiskey tourism in KY/TN
      >disregarding music scene in Nashville
      >disregarding food/cocktails in New Orleans
      >disregarding thrill rides for coasterfags in multiple states with theme parks
      >disregarding all the historical tourism available
      >didn't include Vegas at all
      You hate your country because you haven't seen it

    • 3 months ago
      Anonymous

      Louisiana seems interesting as well, it has its own charm so to speak. Thank True Detective for putting it on my radar

  4. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    For the natural vistas
    American cities are pretty shitty, with some exceptions

  5. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    The euros really like the art deco architecture of miami beach

  6. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    >6 hours by plane at least
    There's places like Japan or SEA that are farther still
    >rude people
    Depends greatly where you go, sorry if you stayed in NYC
    >girls for hire illegal
    Fuck off coomer. Also it's not as if it's impossible to find regardless
    >cheaper to eat unhealthy mcdonalds
    Same case everywhere, it's cheap food
    >"history"
    Wow, a younger country has less history than older ones? Also what's wrong with your history being the free market? Many European histories are intertwined with it.
    >cars
    It's a big country you know, and train lines are hard to build across mountains and unsuitable terrain
    >guns
    Scared?

  7. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    >takes 6 hours by plane at least
    Depends where you're coming from
    >rude people
    Not always, depends where you are. Cities are often more welcoming to foreigners.
    >shitty beer
    There's plenty of good domestic beer if you bother to look around. There's plenty of imports, too, probably even the ones you like.
    >girls for hire is illegal
    Explicitly for prostitution, yes, except for Nevada. Also, you can hire women as "escorts" and still do just fine as long as you don't show clear intent to pay for sexual favors
    >cheaper to eat unhealthy mcdonalds than it is to cook in home
    Not if you know how to cook.
    >"history" is only 200 years old mostly capitalism
    US History in particular yes, it's about 250yo. But there's plenty of other natural history especially if you like volcanos and mountains, as well as Native American/early Colonial history if that's your thing
    >have to hire a car to see anything
    Not always true in cities, but otherwise yes. The US is fuckheug
    >unsafe with guns
    Stay out of the ghettoes and your chances of getting shot are very, very slim.

  8. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    >see mountains
    >see prairies
    >see beaches
    >see deserts
    >see forests
    >see swamps
    >see cities
    Why would I ever want to vacation outside of the US?

    • 3 months ago
      Anonymous

      Because you're fat and too heavy to move around?

      • 3 months ago
        Anonymous

        You're looking a bit chubby yourself, Gareth

  9. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    There's a number of sort of unique things here, especially national parks, and especially in the southwest/Utah.

    I'd say Vegas, Tucson, Phoenix, Albuquerque/Santa Fe are all worth visiting for a foreigner.

    As for parks Arches, Canyonlands, Saguaro, White Sands, the Grand Canyon are all pretty unique, I can't think of anything else like it elsewhere in the world.

    Renting a car shouldn't be an issue, it's easy to drive here with the wide roads, and anything you rent will be an automatic. Parking isn't a problem really anywhere in the country outside of maybe NYC.

  10. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    >Why do people go to american?

  11. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    I hate Americans for voting for the most retarded neo-con warmongering governments but I have to admit that they are friendly as fuck. I remember my first time in LA some random strangers invited me to their house party. First couple of times I rejected it cause I thought they were scamming me but ended up going to one right before I left and had a great time. LA is a shit city though, just friendly people.

  12. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    >The southwest is unique
    >Rocky Mountains/Winter activities
    >Beaches

    What I never understand is why Euros and whites go to places like NYC, Boston, LA, Seattle, etc.They aren't any different/better than the large cities in Europe. Same crowded, expensive, soulless concrete jungles

    • 3 months ago
      Anonymous

      Boston is the one exception to your list. it's actually, genuinely a beautiful & walkable city. But, I understand what you're saying.

    • 3 months ago
      Anonymous

      >NYC
      Is literally about the culture clash within that concrete jungle. You can find anything and meet anyone from every sort of background in NYC, tons of stuff to do until however late you want to do it. It's second to none in the USA despite its downsides (which you mostly dont deal with as a tourist anyway)
      >Boston
      >soulless
      You've never been, tons of old architecture, a good portion of historical tourism and the most european feel out of any other spot in the states. A shithole apartment in the North End is pure soul, as is having the waterfront a walk away and a mediocre subway that lets you get basically anywhere you need.
      >LA
      Soulless, fake and turning into zombieland thanks to the homeless.
      >Seattle
      Permanent depression mode

  13. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    >cheaper to eat unhealthy mcdonalds than it is to cook in home
    Steve Albini, a cooking professional and gourmand extraordinaire, disagrees.

  14. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    Why don't yo speak English?

  15. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    I don't know man
    we desperately want you to stay the fuck away
    do not visit
    go away
    stay in your shithole, we don't want you, seriously

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