WHAT IS THE BEST PLACE TO VISIT?
My boyfriend and I would like to go on a trip someplace. We have a limited buget but enough to get around. Here are the places we were looking at: Denver, CO Cincinnati, OH Atlanta, GA Orlando, FL St. Louis, MO Which one do you think is best? or name another place you think might be good ALSO! Where could I search for low cost flight tickets? THANKS!
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Denver CO its a huge city!
To search for flights, check out www.tripadvisor.com which is easy to use. Where you go depends on what you want to do. Orlando involves lots of expensive theme park admission tickets. All of the destinations will require a car rental, so keep that price in mind when planning your budget. If anywhere is within driving distance of your home, that would reduce your costs. Maybe look at places within a 10-hour drive of home. Google each of the cities with the word "visit" after it for the website of the convention and visitors bureau. That will give you information on what there is to do and see each place. You might want to add Nashville TN to your list which is relatively inexpensive to visit. Also Louisville KY. Hope this helps a little. Have fun.
I would say for a young couple, Orlando You are a few hours trip to beaches Orlando is made for young people Out side of Disney and Universal, the city has tons of things to do You will have a ball there, it's design for fun Denver is a great place, Lot to see, but not as build for fun like Orlando Atlanta could also be fun I bet if you go on web travel sites, you can get a great deal on Orlando Disney and Universal hotels are having tons of deals So, Packages or Hotels outside of these, you should be able to do really good If you are over 21; Las Vegas would be fun, again, have great deals because of the economy
You will find plenty to do wherever you go. It all comes down to how much time/money you want to spend. Orlando is the most expensive. I've been to all of these, and here are the "can't miss" things I'd do there: Orlando - Disney World! I also love Gatorland, Typhoon Lagoon, Pleasure Island, and Medieval Times Denver - Air Force Academy, brewery tours (there's 50 breweries), US Olympic training headquarters, Pike's Peak Cincinnati - Kings Island, Cincinnati Zoo (2nd best zoo in the country, IMO), Hofbrauhaus, canoeing on either Little Miami or Whitewater Rivers, Newport Aquarium, B&B Riverboats. Also, Cincinnati is close to Mammoth Cave, Bardstown KY, and Lincoln's birthplace. Atlanta - Atlanta Aquarium, Underground Atlanta, Stone Mountain statue St. Louis - the Arch and the Budweiser brewery. IMO, the easiest city to skip on this list