for Local Culture in United States
- 21USA10 reviews
I hope to come back and visit sometime. Check out the great city of Chicago!
- 22USA59 reviews
New York State is one of the original 13 colonies. It was settle by the Dutch and has some great diversity of activities to do. The Adirondack being the largest State Park in the Country host variety of different things to do and with the fall colors unbeatable.
- 23USA78 reviews
Florida is an interesting place to be. You have the Miami strip for nightlife (it's not that big) and Disneyworld nearby. The climate is typically warm and humid. Cool place to visit, probably not so cool to live.
- 24USA31 reviews
The vast majority of Texas is filled with empty flat lands and the humid temperature can make it unbearably hot. Having said that, Texas has lots to offer. Austin is a cool city. Houston, while not the most attractive, has the best food scene in terms of multicultural diversity.
- 25USA19 reviews
Sunny, hot, so much to see and do. I love the landscape, the water believe it or not, and the Native American culture.
- 26USA11 reviews
Massachusetts is very diverse. Most people who travel to MA most likely visit Boston which is a great cultural and historical city.
- 27USA16 reviews
I didn't know that much about it before, but after spending a year here, I can honestly tell you there's lots to do and see, especially if you're an outdoorsy type. Nearly everyone here seems to know how to ski, run, windsurf, rock climb, snowboard, or do a combination of both. The mountains and forests are breathtaking. Overall, I appreciate ...
- 28USA46 reviews
I was born and raised there. It's a great place, especially if you like the farm life. I grew up in a small town and helped my friends out with the harvest every year, and I loved every minute of it.
- 29USA23 reviews
I had been to every state in New England except Vermont until a recent road trip to Montpelier and Burlington. Vermont has none of the rocky, loneliness of New Hampshire or Maine. It's hills are wooded and dotted with dairy farms, snow and ski slopes. And, lest we forget, the greatest maple syrup in the world come from here.
- 30USA19 reviews
Ohio State is home to the Football Hall of fame, Birthplace of Aviation, and Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Is also home to at least eight of Presidents of the United States.
- 31USA41 reviews
Kentucky is a state in US. Kentucky is famous for many thing including the Kentucky Derby which is around the first weekend of May. The Kentucky Bourbon trail. As well several historical sites.
- 32USA12 reviews
Wisconsin is a state with lots diversity of outdoor activities. The home of the Green Bay Packers Football Team to the Door country. with access two Great Lakes of Superior and Lake Michigan.
- 33USA11 reviews
Minnesota is home to US Hockey Hall of Fame the western end of the Great Lake Superior and starting point for the Mississippi River. Their many different activities that anyone can have fun.
- 34USA11 reviews
A huge state with an insanely diverse landscape. If you love nature and animals you could never get tired of Montana.
- 35USA17 reviews
Tennessee is the home of Country Music in Nashville, and is name the volunteer state. It also has many civil war sites including Shiloh National Battlefield.
- 36USA15 reviews
Michigan is really two states in one. You have the Lower Michigan which has cities like Grand Rapids, Detroit, Lansing, Flint, Saginaw, and Holland. Then the second half will include the Upper Peninsula. Michigan is also home to 4 of 5 Great Lakes and gateways to Canada.
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- 38USA13 reviews
lived there awhile saw the first farmaid there in chillcthy ican remember how to spell
- 39USA12 reviews
New Hamster is one of my favorite nature places. I live close to he north shore of Massachusetts, "New Hamster" is just a short drive away. NH is such a wonderful place for nature lovers and those who wants to escape the busy-ness of the cities for a short while. Whether you are seeking for a thrilling white river rafting ...
- 40USA11 reviews
New Mexico is an incredibly diverse place both in terms of setting and demographics. Founded as a Spanish colony with Native American communities that go back centuries, New Mexico has a fascinating history. Here they also set off the world's first nuclear weapon.