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Interesting article about the "worst" popular attraction in your town

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Cleveland doesn't even make the list?

 

'Course I don't venture down there too much anymore...

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Miami Beach is the worst attraction? Umm, hello, topless chicks. My worst attraction would have to be the Seaquarium. Ghetto version of Sea World.

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Dallas has lots of worse places than Northpark. The West End has very little to do, Deep Ellem is now a pretty scary place to go and the worst has got to be Southfork Ranch, although not technically in Dallas, is still popular for tourists. Most of whom remark about how small and unremarkable the place is.

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i'd make 2 changes......

 

chicago-navy pier

 

detroit-everything

 

 

How long did you live in the 248?

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Not surprising that Cleveland didn't make the list. Everyone knows about the Flats. No one knows that the Flats are dead. Being torn down. Ghost town. Party is now up the hill on West 4th and West 6th

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How long did you live in the 248?

 

 

 

too long!!!! jk!! actually didnt mind the 248 and 313. just bustin balls. the downtown could be great along the river if they got rid of the rifraff.

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As if people going to Vegas will avoid the Strip. Crazy...

 

For L.A., I agree that its a decent idea to try the RedLine train. Its frustrating to think how many more miles of track they'd have to complete (and billion$ spent) before you can really ditch your car to get around here, but its a nice start. And the stations are indeed clean....

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