I found it to be a typical large north American city and also liked it.It seemed like a nice city. I was there on business, so I didn't get to see much of it.
Hi Sarah, I'm in regional South Australia. I moved here from Melbourne a couple of years ago.I am from Australia and definitely it is a great place for vegans to travel too! I have been to several places but, some completely caught me in terms of food. I really liked travelling to Greece, Indonesia and India. They have such great varieties of food even when it comes to vegan food. I have turned to veganism very recently and so, find these places very exciting as I get a number of variety. It was quite difficult for me in Philippines, and quite a lot in China
Wow! You really should travel to that "Four Corners" spot in the U.S., where 4 states (I forget which ones) each have their borders, bent at a 90-degree angle, all touching each other...........
TRUE STORY: I traveled from the United States to Canada and back 30 times in 2 minutes. Then my wife got mad at me for jumping over the border so many times in a row........
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