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  • 1

    Golden Gate Bridge

    842 reviews

    When I was six, my mom and I left Hawaii for San Francisco to be stationed in the Presidio (at the time, an active Army base). I remember that I was excited to see the Golden Gate Bridge, a landmark I had thought was made entirely of gold. Needless to say, I was disappointed. But once I got over the ...

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  • 2

    The Las Vegas Strip

    543 reviews

    Fun to walk through and see all the lights at night! Beware of all the drunk, rowdy folks as well as the people that aggressively pass you cards for "adult entertainment."

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  • 3

    San Diego Zoo

    470 reviews

    Go. You will not be disappointed. And yes, the ticket price is high, but 100% worth it. If you plan to go for more than one day (with the size of this Zoo, you may wish to!), consider supporting the San Diego Zoo by becoming a Member of the Zoological Society of San Diego. Good cause + unlimited entry for ...

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  • 4

    Times Square

    524 reviews

    Unless your going to a musical production I really don't see the point. I guess massive advertisements for M&Ms, tgi fridays, and aeropostle stores don't really do it for me. I can think of a lot better ways to spend a day in New York. Ask most anyone who lives in that city and they'll proudly claim to have never ...

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  • 5


    442 reviews

    There is nothing that can quite compare to the one and only original Disneyland. While the park itself is updated with new and updated rides (like Star Tours), it remains a classic, with the good old features like Main Street. From the fireworks and fantasmic, to the Tiki room and magic shop, Disneyland does it well, big or small.

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  • 6

    Fountains at Bellagio

    458 reviews

    Hola Nelly, Si, te vas a divertir! Las Vegas es incredible. Visite las fontanas de Bellagio - son super lindos!

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  • 7

    Central Park

    418 reviews

    Superb park. Although didn't manage to cover the entire park; I was extremely impressed with the size, activities and everything there. Definitely a must visit for anyone who have not been there.

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  • 8

    Balboa Park

    361 reviews

    15 major museums, renowned performing arts venues, beautiful gardens, exhibits, gardens, plays, concerts. Sooo many things to do!

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  • 9

    Alcatraz Island

    389 reviews

    Good place for photograhper. You can get a ferry ticket online but have to wait in line. I went there over the weekend. It got crowded. If you have a chance to visit, you should get there 30 mins before ferry depart.

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  • 10

    Golden Gate Park

    358 reviews

    Lovely place to meet friends, stretch your aesthetic sense at their many museums, dine finely in the basement of the California Academy of Sciences, play in a biodome surrounded by butterflies and birds, etc. There's always something going on, be it performance art, tour groups. Impromptu sports games, you name it. Also an excellent spot for runners. Make sure you ...

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  • 11

    Fisherman's Wharf

    407 reviews

    This is considered the touristy part of San Francisco. Some highlights include listening to the barking seals at the pier. A lot of shops dot this area, selling souvenirs and jackets (yes jackets!). Few people visiting the city realize how chilly it can get.

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  • 12

    The Eiffel Tower (Las Vegas)

    323 reviews

    OMG I am SO HIGH RIGHT NOW!! I am definitely not low. I think I accidentally quoted Harold And Kumar Go To White Castle unintentionally. Despite the reference. I am not on any illegal substances I'm just commenting on how I'm about 50 stories above the ground. Much higher than some other surrounding Casinos. Usually, I'm too cheap to try ...

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  • 13

    SeaWorld San Diego

    301 reviews

    Sea World is one of the most popular tourist attractions in San Diego. It is located near Mission Beach, just a short drive from downtown San Diego. The park is fantastic, there is plenty of parking as well as transportation options.

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  • 14

    Empire State Building

    297 reviews

    The Empire State Building opened in 1931, and during it's first five years, because of the Great depression, it was largely empty. Thus earning the nickname the "Empty State Building." If you're going to visit this majestic building, make sure you pay the extra fifteen dollars and go to the 102nd Floor Observatory. The views on the 86 floor are ...

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  • 15

    Pike Place Market

    275 reviews

    Nice, colorful place. See " flying fish" attraction! Try to catch- fish could be free for you? Many places to eat in there

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  • 16

    Magic Kingdom Park

    252 reviews

    The world famous Cinderella Castle is here! Ride the 3 thrill mountains: Splash, Thunder, and Space Mountain. The classics Pirates of the Caribbean, Jungle Cruise, Haunted Mansion, and It´s a Small World. Visit the 7 dwarfs in the new Seven Dwarfs Mine Train. Stay late for the Electric Parade, and the Fireworks Spectacular Wishes!

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  • 17

    SeaWorld Orlando

    262 reviews

    Thrill rides (Manta, Kraken, Journey to Atlantis), and shows with dolphins, whales, and sea lions, are Sea World´s main attractions.

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  • 18

    Millennium Park

    263 reviews

    The best parts are the summers and the 10 weeks (wed-sat) of free concerts, mainly classical music, outside under the lights and stars of the big city. Dont forget to bring your chairs, a blanket, and a picnic....BYOB.

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  • 19

    Fremont Street Experience

    283 reviews

    So cool to walk through here and experience the old Vegas! Elvis Presley Vegas! The ceiling shows different stars at night time so it's almost like a concert. So cool!

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  • 20

    Gaslamp Quarter

    248 reviews

    The Gaslamp Quarter is a quaint, picturesque area southeast of San Diego's Little Italy. It got it's name from the ubiquitous Victorian Gaslamps that dot the area. If you're looking for good food, trendy bars, or just want to stroll around and people watch, look no further than the Gaslamp Quarter.

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