The Best Parts Of The US

The US is one of the largest and most popular countries in the world. It dominates the tourist market, with millions and millions of people taking a trip each year to experience different parts of the US. That’s one of the reasons why it’s just so popular, there are so many different places that you can visit to have a good time. Each state and each city has its own good vibes to bring. Each has its own spin on what the US should offer, and it doesn’t matter where you go, you’re going to have a great time. If you’re considering taking a trip in the US, here are some of the best parts you should be visiting.


The best of the US



We’re going to talk about states that aren’t usually on people’s hit lists, but there are no reasons why Kentucky shouldn’t be one of those places. It’s one of the best states to go to if you’re looking for a laid-back, relaxed atmosphere, that definitely isn’t too overcrowded. The food there is absolutely amazing for one. You will have fried food coming out of your eyeballs by the end of it, but boy do they know how to cook. If you’re looking for somewhere to stay, the Comfort Inn Of Somerset could be a nice little option for you due to its good location. Once you’re all settled in with a full belly, you can start exploring the many things that there are to do. A lot of people like the nature side of things, if that’s you, the Mammoth cave national park should be on your hit list. You will be left in awe at the caves, their structure, and being inside of them! If you love a bit of history, science, and religion, the Creation Museum should be on your list of things to do.



Photo by Nathan Anderson

Colorado is much like Kentucky due to its nature like vibes, rather than the big city vibes you might get from New York. You can find pretty much anything you want here. The capital, Denver, has a diverse culture, and there’s plenty of things to do in terms of shopping and eating. However, go off the beaten track a little, and you will be greeted by some of the freshest bits of nature there is. If you want to take a hike, Rocky Mountain National Park should definitely be one of your go-to places. Climb high enough and you will have some of the best views you’ve ever seen in your life!



Photo by Matthew Murphy

Utah is one step up from the other two if you’re looking for something that is a bit more focused on nature. For one, you’ve got the Zion National Park, a firm favorite with all the people choosing to visit the state. You could even go and watch the local hockey team play if you want an electric atmosphere and something fun to do! If you just want to stick to nature, go and visit the Canyonlands National Park for a bit of exploring.

Do you have a list of states you’d like to visit? Which one and what tourist sites would you like to visit in those states? Tell me all about it below in the comments.

Until our next rendezvous…



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15 thoughts on “The Best Parts Of The US

    1. I understand Suzanne. It was the most popular. It isn’t my favorite at the moment either, lol. It was meant in general terms and with the exchange rate.

      1. Sorry Trudy, please remind me not to make comments when half asleep!! 😃 You are right about the exchange rate. The NZ dollar isn’t great against most other currencies! Oh well, just part of the joy of travelling!

          1. As are you Trudy 🙂 I usually don’t like my opinions be known due to the overaction of some horrid people. So, I appreciate that you took my comment for what it was, nothing personal. We all have our favourite parts of the world, which are mostly all different. The world would be a lopsided one otherwise 🙂 Have a good night 🙂

            1. We’re individuals. I don’t expect anyone to think exactly like me. I accept that. And thank you for saying that. You have a good day, Suzanne.

      1. Not a big gambler, mainly because i dont have a lot of money lol. But i like to bet on a hand or two, gets the heart pumping :p

  1. I want to complete the 50. I only have 18 under my belt if I don’t count all the states I’ve just driven through. And California is so big that my one week visit didn’t even scratch the surface!

  2. I think I’ve been to at least 80% of the United States so far – Alaska is one I haven’t visited that I’d like to, and others (e.g., Colorado) I’d like to spend more time in. My brother actually used to work in Zion National Park – that picture looks more like Arches, but all the NPs in Utah (and really, all over the US) are AMAZING!

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