If you were showing a foreigner around your hometown and only had time for one or two sites, where would you take them?

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Jann Nikka Profile
Jann Nikka answered

Tallest Building next to the WaterFalls a block from the world famous Galleria Houston.

Matt Radiance Profile
Matt Radiance answered

Hollywood Walk of Fame and Disneyland.

It's pity to miss Golden Gate in San Francisco. An art, a sight and a place that makes my heartbeat faster and bring tears to my eyes. ♥




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Rooster Cogburn , Rooster Cogburn, answered

San Francisco at night !



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Jann Nikka
Jann Nikka commented
Agree.
Virginia Lou
Virginia Lou commented
Lived there 2.5 years 1967-69...and a photo like that one STILL takes my breath away, my heart leap for joy. Used to cross that bridge on foot occasionally, only 3 mi or something like that...
KB Baldwin
KB Baldwin commented
When spending time on Treasure Island during my tour with the Navy, I thought the view from the seawall looking across the bay at the SF skyline was the most amazing sight I'd ever seen. Added advantage, the Acey Ducey club had the same view.
KB Baldwin Profile
KB Baldwin answered

The Gold Bug gold mine, and dowentown Placerville. 

Virginia Lou Profile
Virginia Lou answered

Well Happy...since central Tenino is two blocks long and three acres in size, with two stops I could pretty much show you the whole town.

So i would take you to the Landmark Tavern, built 1908, and the Tenino City Hall, constructed of local sandstone late 1800's. Then when you were all worn out from all that sight-seeing, I would take you for a picnic beside the Skookumchuck River!

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Anna Levi answered

The Old Bridge (it's pretty much the only thing you get images of if you type in the name of the city, along with images of cows), and the Old House, another landmark. Why does everything where I live start with 'Old'? Haha

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