OH MAN! I haven't gone anywhere!!
In the USA I've gone to:
San Diego - One of my favorite places to travel to, since it's only 2 hours away and it's beautiful and has a lot of things to do.
Las Vegas - I hated that they close the swimming pools so early, but loved that they let you drink anywhere, as long as you're not driving. I didn't play, though, so If I ever go there again, I'd like to at least try some Black Jack.
LA - Not really LA, but the Area where Six Flags - Magic mountain is, which I can't recall the name of, and Anaheim to go to Disneyland. Also, Santa Monica - Great beach.
Yuma in Arizona - Just to go shopping and to "take the road" for the first time ever in my then new car.
NY (For the spamucon that took place ages ago) -- I took a tour of the city, but we were all staying in Poughkeepsie, so I guess it counts as two places, right? No? Oh, OK. I must mention that from the many airports I had to wait in to get there, I was amazed by the one in Atlanta. It was the second time in my life that I had taken a flight, and the first time I did so in the USA, hence my amazement.
New Hampshire: I went to a city called Nashua, for work and stayed something like 3 days there. From what I got to see it's not a very eventful place. I flew in from Boston, but it was midnight when I arrived and then when I went back it was still dark, too early in the morning to see anything. I slept most of the way from NH, to Boston.
In Mexico, surprisingly enough, I haven't been to many places and most of them are very small towns that for some reason call themselves "cities".
Baja California: Which is the state where I live -- I've been to La Rumorosa, Ensenada, La Salada, San Felipe, Puertecitos and Hanson Lagoon. Unfortunately, I've also been to Tijuana (Which I agree to call a city).
Sonora: San Luis RC, Puerto Peñasco -- I had a great time there, it's a beach destination sometimes called "Rocky Point" which is a rough translation fo the town's name.
Sinaloa: Guasave -- a very small Town-city, I went there for a weekend, for my brother's wedding. We drove from the State's Capital, which is Culiacan.
Guadalajara: I spent like 3 hours or so there, I'm just counting it here because I had time to see the bunch of churches they have back to back where the cathedral is, So I can actually add something if a conversation pops out
I was just there because we flew in to Guadalajara (My first time ever on a plane) to then drive to...
Colima: Colima --- Colima is one of, if not THE smallest State in Mexico, and its Capital has the same name. I went to Manzanillo, which is a beach, I went to Lake Maria and Comala. But the whole state is soooo small, I have my doubts about naming those placces separately
. It has actually been the longest trip I've taken so far, I was there for a week visiting my Grandma who now nears the 100 years o_o. I took nice pictures: http://www.flickr.com/photos/soyabean/sets/1008845/
Oh, the place where Magic Mountain is is called Ventura! I think...
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