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Six Flags Over Texas is by the the coolest Six Flags I've ever been to. It is totally worth fighting traffic in the Dallas/Ft. Worth metroplex. This theme park is home to the largest wooden coaster (the Texas Giant) as well as a whole slue of rides that get the adrenalin pumping. I suggest riding the Titan, the Batman ride, and definitely ride the Mr. Freeze Ride. You go from 0-70 in 3 seconds all the while twisting and turning--eventually going completely vertical-- all to just do it all over again backwards. The entire ride might be 45 seconds, but it's totally worth it!
I was born and raised in the Metro area and could very well live here for the rest of my life. I never tire of viewing the snow-capped peaks (yes, there are some that stay snow-capped year round). Denver is perfectly situated in that you are a very short drive away from spectacular views and awesome venues for outdoor recreation. They don't call Colorado "America's backyard" for nothin'. The city offers awesome experiences as well. There is too much to write about, but I can assure that Denver has it all-- well, except oxygen.
Fill_upZ from USA wrote about Mount Rushmore 4 years, 2 months ago
Mount Rushmore is in the Black Hills of South Dakota. Considering the landscape that generally characterizes the Great Plain states-- flat-- the Black Hills are a sight for sore eyes. As a kid, I always pictured Mount Rushmore larger than it is, but it is still very monumental. It's definitely something to see in your lifetime, but once you're there and you've stared at the monument for about 5 minutes, you begin to wonder if there is anything else to do. I suggest you go spelunking in one of the many caves around the area.
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