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General Chat / Places to Visit in the USA
« Last post by findplace on Today at 07:08:42 AM »
The United States is the cultural power of the new age. Place constructed on immigrants and pioneering, America is a shining beacon of contemporary pop culture, free-thinking, and the constant pursuit of the American Dream. The United States, made up of fifty states, covers a territory that is only slightly smaller than Europe. It is in this vast world where you will find an incredibly diverse variety of natural environments, urban landscapes, cultures, and societies.

Including the paradise islands of Hawaii to the rocky scenery of the Grand Canyon, and also the hills and trees, you will never be trapped for outdoor adventures in America. Then there are its ethnic, multinational communities like Yellowstone and Maui itself – the US is an increasingly exciting place to explore. Here are some other best places to visit in the United States so that you can make the most out of your major trip to the United States.

From coastal areas to major cities, the USA is made up of so many various routes that it’s hard to determine which areas deserve to be remembered as the greatest in America. That’s why the U.S. is. News weighed several considerations, such as museums, lodging, and dining choices, as well as the preferences of thousands of visitors, to find the best destinations to visit in the USA.

Grand Canyon
The Grand Canyon National Park is situated in Arizona, 267 miles (445 km) from the Columbia River and surrounding uplands. The place is located to a major portion of the Grand Canyon, a mile (1.5 km) shallow and up to 25 km (20 miles) high. Colorful rock bands expose millions of years of geological history. The Grand Canyon is limited by the incomparable views it gives tourists from the side of the gorge.

The perfect time to get a tour of the Grand Canyon is from March to May and from September to November when air temperatures are mild and crowds are small. If you plan to come during the summer (the busiest season of the park), be prepared for crowds of visitors and a very limited supply of accommodation.

Yellowstone
Around Yellowstone, the surprises that accompany you are unlike anything else. This national park is a real wonder to behold; exploring Yellowstone is like entering another dimension. Yellowstone promises unique opportunities such as amazing hiking trails, gorgeous scenery, Old Faithful, and geysers spraying water 150 feet into the air.

Yellowstone National Park is situated on the peak of a supervolcano and is linked to more waterfalls and swimming holes than any other location on earth. Wonderful things abound in this genuinely special national park, from places such as the Yellowstone Grand Canyon to animals like Nation’s top buffalo herd, grizzly bears, and wolf. About 50 percent of the globe’s hydrothermal effects are in Yellowstone National Park, giving the illusion that makes the earth seem to be on the flame. The most prominent of all waterfalls is the Old Faith, one of the most common and well-known tourist attractions in the United States.

Maui
There is no right response to Maui, “What are we going to do today? “Anywhere and everywhere you turn, there is something really to explore, something enjoyable and interactive, something historic and cultural, something extravagant, something beautifully scenic. This is where island fantasies come true, either they include relaxing on a breathtaking beach watching the ocean, golfing on one of the most stunning courses in the country, or exploring underwater, finding quaint little towns, or traveling down winding paths with amazing greenery and greeting card waterfalls.

Glacier National Park
Glacier National Park is 1.593 square miles away. Wilderness land in the Rocky Mountains of Montana, with glacier-sculpted hills and valleys extending to the Canadian border. It is connected by the rugged Going-to-the-Sun Path. Among the more than 700 miles of walking trails, there is a photogenic Secret Lake path. Some hobbies are backpacking, hiking, and traveling. Diverse species from mountain goats to wild boars

Good morning climbs are abundant. There is indeed a lot of great stuff, such as hiking lists (including ranges and height gain). Hint, you do not anticipate any mobile phone coverage in the wilderness, so discuss your plans in advance.

Yosemite
Yosemite National Park is located in the Sierra Nevada of California. It is renowned for its massive, prehistoric sequoia forests and tunnel vision, the classic image of the massive Bridalveil Collapse, and the limestone rocks of El Capitan and Half Dome. In Yosemite Village, there are stores, hotels, lodgings, the Yosemite Cathedral, and the Adam Adams Gallery, with photos of the famed dark-skinned landscapes of the region. Not only the great valley, but also the paradise of natural foresight, the resilience of granite, the influence of ice, the durability of life, and the peacefulness of the High Sierra
There are so many places worth visiting. Here are the top holiday places in the world, which you might have to travel.
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TalkBack / Re: Cruis'n Blast (Switch) Review
« Last post by King of Twitch on Today at 12:25:27 AM »
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Do you want to race straight through a destructive tornado? How about underneath the legs of two giant yetis fighting for dominance? Perhaps a herd of dinosaurs roaming through the streets of LA is more up your alley. If you’re looking to make things even wilder, you can play as an attack helicopter driving around on its landing gear, a full-length fire engine, and even an alien UFO.

Beetle Adventure Racing developers, hope you're paying attention!
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Podcast Discussion / Re: RetroActive 50: Little King's Story
« Last post by TOPHATANT123 on Yesterday at 12:12:51 PM »
Yeah I'm done with this game.

PC version is randomly crashing even when resolution and graphics are cranked down to Wii levels. Had to leave my first negative steam review.

Had a couple of somewhat fun boss battles but it's got plenty of issues. The map is horrible and the game doesn't do a good job of telling you where to go. The combat is shallow and uninteresting against regular enemies. It also lacks almost all of the actual strategy elements from Pikmin.

Had I suffered to the end, I doubt my opinion would change.
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NWR Mafia Games / Re: Mafia LXXXVI: Sign-up Thread
« Last post by BeautifulShy on September 17, 2021, 02:59:20 AM »
I feel I should join since I left everyone hanging with the game I was planning.

Just lots happened and I actually have a part time job now being a moderator on Silver Screen and Roll.  I am also on my online friends twitch channels not to mention me playing Switch games when I have the chance. I might be moving to a new place sometime this next year.

So tentatively in.  I will confirm more one way or another closer to the end of signups.
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General Chat / Re: Mandela Effect
« Last post by ThePerm on September 16, 2021, 11:57:12 PM »
Apparently Interview With A Vampire is actually Interview With The Vampire.

I googled it and the likely explanation is people pronounce "The" as "Thugh" and it follows "with"

A couple holes in this: The "th" in "with" is a different "th" then in "the". Also, in French the movie is called Entretien avec un vampire! You're not fooling me Matrix!
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NWR Mafia Games / Re: Mafia LXXXVI: Sign-up Thread
« Last post by Khushrenada on September 16, 2021, 10:54:13 PM »
Thanks, RAB! That means we've now hit the double digit sign-up mark.

Looks like we may be doing this Mafia thing again after all. But I'm still looking for at least 6 more players which means we are only 62.5% of the way there. I sort of mentioned on if we had a core group of 16 - 18 players then it would be easy to go ahead and do a bunch of games in a row. However, I should clarify that when I launched this thread, I had the number 16 in mind for the minimum amount of players to participate or I was going to call it off. I don't want to do a game with like 12 or 13. I know they've been done in the past but they've never seemed to turn out that great. There's something about the 16 mark. When a game hits at least that mark then the games seem to really take off. There's more action, more crazy momentum swings, more standout moments for players as new days seem to put new people in the spotlight. Anyways, I just sort of realized I should probably mention what my goal here is since we are now seeing the player list growing in size.
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NWR Mafia Games / Re: Mafia LXXXVI: Sign-up Thread
« Last post by RABicle on September 16, 2021, 07:39:28 PM »
I will sign up, since you asked.
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NWR Mafia Games / Re: Mafia LXXXVI: Sign-up Thread
« Last post by NWR_insanolord on September 16, 2021, 07:38:58 PM »
And then I’ll start a separate game that’s like yours but with a bunch of improvements called Stardew Valley.
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NWR Mafia Games / Re: Mafia LXXXVI: Sign-up Thread
« Last post by Khushrenada on September 16, 2021, 04:09:14 PM »
It suddenly occurs to me that if I do a Harvest Moon theme then I should have the game suddenly branch into two paths after a few days where one game is kind of subpar and the other game is better but now called Story of Seasons.
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NWR Mafia Games / Re: Mafia LXXXVI: Sign-up Thread
« Last post by pokepal148 on September 16, 2021, 03:54:19 PM »
Let's go harvest moon theme!
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