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Old 08-07-2017, 02:04 PM
 
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Tokyo

Cape Town

Sydney

Istanbul

St. Petersburg (Russia)
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Old 08-07-2017, 05:46 PM
 
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As of right now:

1. Tokyo, Japan
2. Beijing, China
3. Jerusalem, Israel
4. Derinkuyu, Turkey
5. Cusco, Peru

In the Americas (that I haven't visited, not counting Cusco)
1. Mexico City/Guanajuato (tie/both)
2. Sao Paulo (South America's most major city, though Iguazu Falls would be a bigger part of this visit TBH)
3. Bogota (Knocking this trinity off the list means I've been to all the "Alphas in the W.H. Also, Cano Cristales.
4. Saint John's, NL (Canada)
5. Havana
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Duluth is one of the few cities in America I don't think I've been to of a significant size. I want to get there and combine with a trip to the North Shore.

One that I've "been to" and seen some stuff in, but want to get more acclimated with and know kinda well would be New York City. I don't feel like I've ever truly "been there", if that makes sense.

I like a thread like this because I love seeing everyone's different picks. Especially Bradford ; ). All kidding aside, while there are some Lavar Ball-esque statements about Bradford in this thread, he's just a guy who loves his city, there are worse things. And it probably would make a decent day trip from London.

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Old 08-13-2017, 12:47 AM
 
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Tokyo
London
Paris
Athens
Rome
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Old 08-13-2017, 06:36 AM
 
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london
berlin
madrid
paris
new york


no way am i travelling further than that anymore
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Old 08-16-2017, 06:53 PM
 
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Hmmm great question! I want to see so many cities across the world.

I'm gonna say:
Kyoto, Japan: Have always wanted to visit Japan, and it looks like an incredibly beautiful place to start. Was hard to pick between Kyoto & Tokyo for this list, and I greatly want to visit Tokyo as well. Kyoto just seemed a little more my style.
Athens, Greece: Have always been so enthralled with Ancient Greece & Greek Mythology.
Istanbul, Turkey: Where East meets West, incredibly unique and striking city.
Barcelona, Spain: Looks like there is art everywhere - I love the whimsical Gaudi architecture & mosaic tiles.
Hong Kong: Looks to be an incredibly dynamic city, another great but different example of East meets West.

Honorable Mentions: St. Petersburg, Tokyo, Cape Town, Budapest, Dublin, Jerusalem, Buenos Aires, Sydney, Moscow, San Francisco, L.A (East Coaster, never been to the West Coast), Ho Chi Minh City, Berlin, New Orleans, Rio di Janeiro, Mexico City, Cairo, Seville, Reykjavic, & more still!

Favorite Cities I've been to: Edinburgh, London, Prague, Rome, New York, Amsterdam, Venice, Paris, Munich, Monaco (and Boston & Montreal, but I'm a little biased )

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Old 08-18-2017, 04:01 PM
 
Location: Vancouver
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The ones I haven't been to but want to.

Tokyo
Sydney
Mexico City
Durban
Lisbon
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Old 08-18-2017, 04:04 PM
 
Location: Canada
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Iquitos, Peru
Manaus, Brazil
Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Colombo, Sri Lanka
Bangkok, Thailand
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Old 08-18-2017, 11:56 PM
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Location: Ontario
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Iquitos, Peru
Manaus, Brazil
Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Colombo, Sri Lanka
Bangkok, Thailand
Those would be on my list of cities I DON'T want to visit

As they say, each to his own.
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Old 09-07-2017, 01:42 PM
 
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Vague lists without any explanation is not combining the missing pieces of a puzzle. Just offer enough advice to the other followers. Even one sentence sign of exclamation is already well adequate telecommunication. Tourists satisfying necessities are to every individual way beyond objective.

For the hidden treasures quite very magical route, opt out at these unknown paradises:

Busan South Korea: Escape Seoul to discover another South Korean megalopolis of millions. Reaching Beta in the near horizons according to GaWC Research Network. Click once to magnify: https://vincentloy.files.wordpress.c...world2012t.jpg
Ethereal skyline: http://3.bp.blogspot.com/-Tagf_4BWjD...h+Korea+19.jpg

Saigon Vietnam: French colonial, equivalent scale to NYC’s own titles of existence according to amount of residents, fast emerging architectural infrastructure, one of the very exclusive top ubiquitous café business stores epic biblical groundings. Signifying rarely anywhere else with such abundant cafes in the full community.

Batumi Georgia: Highly eclectic seaside resort. Italian building company firms are even smoothly entering the republic to rightfully create. Rising in relevance of the Black Sea.
http://assets.vogue.com/photos/5910e...avel-guide.jpg
https://thumb7.shutterstock.com/disp...-154889741.jpg
https://st.depositphotos.com/1752627...mi-georgia.jpg
Articles: https://www.finchannel.com/interview...de-relations-2
https://www.finchannel.com/world/geo...rgia-in-august
Tons of this material everywhere.

Timisoara Romania: Technically not in Transylvania region of Romania, even when exhibiting common similarities. In Banat near Serbia. Austro Hungarian empire went through: http://www.panacomp.net/wp-content/u...nia.jpg?x23386

Doha Qatar: Even further ultra opulent than Dubai UAE across the Persian Gulf pond. While that one is to overrate next door, this one is probably one of the best underrate reputation status.
https://i.pinimg.com/originals/82/c6...e2e2abe6bd.jpg
https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikiped...persIn2015.jpg

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