Favorite State to visit?

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    What is your favorite state OUTSIDE YOUR HOME STATE to visit?

    Mine is Tennessee, I think. Beautiful scenery, beautiful women!
     
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    I have only been to 4 other states-Florida,Tennesse,Kentucky,and North Carolina.

    I would have to agree that Tennesse is a beautiful place. We are going to try to go on a small vacation there beginning of spring. We went to Florida about 8 years ago and it was very fun too.Except for the drivers. They drive a little more aggressive than Ohioans I guess. I thought we were going to have a baaaaad wreck through the southern states on the way down there!!!
     
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    MAAAAAAAAAN... four states??!! That's a shame. You gotta see more of America... I'm telling ya.

    My favorite would have to be a toss up between northern California and Montana.
     
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    I know. I'm not to well traveled. I would love to take more vacations,but money usually isn't there. There are lots of places I would love to see,but we would have to drive,I refuse to fly-never have.
     
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    NYC....Usually go Christmas Shopping there...Macy's is beautiful when its all decorated for the holidays.
     
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    It's gotta be Minnesota and Massachussets.

    Minnesota, my southern neighbour has some really nice lakes, people are friendly and Minneapolis is a blast. Plus, only 8 hours drive away!

    Massachussets is simply beautiful with its colonial architecture, Cape Cod and Boston is just a different place to walk around in. The structure of the neighbourhoods around there seem eptomize, physically speaking, what kinda of neighbourhood i'd like to live in.
     
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    It is a beautiful place, but not easy to afford living here. Prices of most things
    are outrageous.
    But I gotta admit, even though I dislike when it snows, it does look so pretty right now...lol.
     
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    Las Vegas. Cha-CHING!
     
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    I really like all the West Coast states--Washington, Oregon and California. Like northern California better than southern. Oregon is particularly interesting because the eastern part is desert due to the mountains keeping the moisture locked in the western part of the state. The Gorge is like a rain forest because of this. Is there any other state that has such extreme climate change within its boundaries?

    We are Abraham Lincoln fans, so this summer we toured the Lincoln sites in Kentucky, Indiana and Illinois. It was really an interesting, and educational, experience. You get a real feel for the kind of man he was and the times in which he lived.
     
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    Be sure an visit his tomb.
     

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