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    Quote Originally Posted by SurlyAdam View Post
    LA sucks, sorry... It's fun if you like to drink at seedy strip clubs along Sunset (actually a lot of fun!). But it takes forever to get to the beach and traffic is ALWAYS a problem. It's also dirty... Very dirty...
    i object! it takes 15 mins to get to the beach.
    and its not dirty or trashy, you just dont know where to go
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    Anchorage. If you have the balls that is.

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    If you're outdoorsy and adventurous, than you should go to Boulder, CO. I lived there for a good few years and it was the best place, ever. About 30 minutes or so north of Denver, it's a hotpot for people like you (and me too, because I love it). It's snuggled right at the base of the Rocky Mountains, so access to the mountains can be attainable by walking. There's always something to do- rock climb, hike in the mountains, swim, ski, bike, or whatever you want to do. Boulder is home to a really cool race of people- very adventuresome and outdoorsy and the culture is unique and blooming. There's an awesome outdoor mall running through the streets that has some of the coolest shops you can possibly find.

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    Here's Boulder-
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    I really like the canyonlands... I've spent some time in the Sierras and in Red Rock Canyon near Las Vegas, and I highly recommend it if, like me, you've lived most of your life near the East Coast. I want my next adventure to be in:

    Zion National Park


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    But Vermont isn't out of the question (I have friends there).
    And then you and your friends come up here to Montreal, where Americans under the age of 21 have been misbehaving for years. You can legally drink *and* get into Montreal's many famous strip clubs (the age here is 18). Great party city.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kangirl View Post
    And then you and your friends come up here to Montreal, where Americans under the age of 21 have been misbehaving for years. You can legally drink *and* get into Montreal's many famous strip clubs (the age here is 18). Great party city.
    ONE MORE YEAR!

    I'm about an hour and a half south west of Montreal..in NY.
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    ONE MORE YEAR!

    I'm about an hour and a half south west of Montreal..in NY.
    Ah, you are aware of this tradition? During American spring break you cannot move for running into packs of US students (overwhelmingly male) just freaking out with the possibilities they can legally pursue here.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kangirl View Post
    Ah, you are aware of this tradition? During American spring break you cannot move for running into packs of US students (overwhelmingly male) just freaking out with the possibilities they can legally pursue here.
    Hah, I've had friends who've told me very..fond..stories of their first trips to Montreal as adults..Though I don't plan to be the average stupid American who goes over for just the sex and alcohol..but it'll still be a wild adventure!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mitzy View Post
    san diego is nice i guess but it reminds me of army pricks
    besides, going to TJ is the worst thing you can do
    too many dead dogs, homeless children, random cows, and dirty cops. not to mention the ugly hookers. dont do it D:
    its a dirt poor city and the beaches are disgusting

    LA is only fun if you like to party, go to clubs, enjoy paraphernalia, and have lots of money to spend

    san fran is full of hippies and hipsters. then again, i never really got to see much of it.

    id opt for wyoming >_>
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    Quote Originally Posted by OneWithSoul View Post
    Hah, I've had friends who've told me very..fond..stories of their first trips to Montreal as adults..Though I don't plan to be the average stupid American who goes over for just the sex and alcohol..but it'll still be a wild adventure!
    When I was 20, two friends and I had an EPIC Montreal trip. I am surprised we (really, I) made it out alive.
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