6 U.S. Tourist Traps That You Can Probably Skip Over
It can be rather hard to pick and choose which activities and attractions you want to do when you are on vacation. After all, there’s only so much you can do with limited time–and often, money! Top tourist attractions may mean long lines and expenses, but just because lots of people visit a particular spot doesn’t mean you shouldn’t. After all, many sights receive top billing for good reasons. However, there are always things that sound like fun, but typically end up being a disappointment–and sometimes for no other reason than they cost too much or take too long to get there to be worthwhile. With that said, here are 6 tourist traps you can probably skip over and make better memories elsewhere.
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Have you visited any of these tourist spots, and what are your thoughts after having gone? Do agree they are traps, or did you find worth in going to them? What other spots would you add to this list of places that can probably be avoided? We’d love for you to share your comments and even photos.