Sooner or later, the travel restrictions will be removed, and there’s no better time to start arranging your next vacation than now. It may be challenging to select among hundreds of potential places; nevertheless, not all of them are as beautiful as the images suggest. In reality, some of them are filthy, overcrowded tourist traps that you should avoid at all costs.
Mount Everest’s summit. People hire sherpas to carry their belongings and traverse hazardous terrain. Many of the tents are heated. Because people aren’t accustomed to the altitude, the queue to obtain a photo at the summit may be very lengthy and hazardous.
Japan has such an idealized image of France that they have coined the phrase “Paris Syndrome” to describe Japanese visitors’ shock when they discover that France isn’t what they expected.
Apart from the little plaza with the tower, where everyone is taking the same cheesy photo. And also, the men are attempting to sell you stuff. The remainder of the town is a shambles. You’re in Tuscany; visit any little village, and you’ll have a far better time.
Hollywood. The most depressingly filthy and pee-strewn location on the planet.
Times Square on New Year.
Almost everywhere else in Munich, you can buy the same brand and quantity of beer for a third of the price. The carnival rides are packed and expensive, and the food is adequate but overpriced… I could go on and on. Oktoberfest has outdone itself.
You don’t want to spend all day in an air-conditioned building, then take an air-conditioned automobile to another air-conditioned building’s basement?
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