That's quite debatable, but there are many reasons foreigners would want to visit Las Vegas, possibly more than locals due to some kind of "myth" aura, and the many landmarks. That's what is dubious there, but one could say Vegas is some sort of landmark in itself, while (maybe apart from DC), not much does spring to the average tourist mind as a landmark in LA or NY (not counting Liberty Statue here). Not all people (quite the opposite) are as knowledgeable and think like JP quizzers
at Quizzer: ::shakes head and rolls eyes before looking away::
I am just saying that Las Vegas and Disney Parks are some of the most famous attractions in the US. The same goes for the tourism hotspots in Europe. It saddens me a great deal that many tourists just visit those places instead of diving more into local culture. But I don't need to tell you that :)
Speaking about the European visits, it always saddens me that few people include Berlin. It's arguably one of the most beautiful and friendliest cities on the continent. Lots of history, museums, theaters, monuments, and the very best ice cream parlors in the world!! (And, yes, it's my hometown.)
NYC is my favorite US city to visit. I've been to Paris, London, Rome, Dublin. All are amazing, Romans were the least friendly - Dubliners are the most friendly. I could easily live there.
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