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    12 Places In The US I Deeply Regret Not Visiting When I Lived There

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    Last year, I made the move from New York City to Berlin. Though I've loved exploring my new city, the distance has made me homesick and a little regretful for all the places I didn't travel to while I lived in the US.

    Travel might not be a reality right now, but my daydreams are pretty much the only thing keeping me optimistic. So, I'll share the places I wish I'd gone to when I had the chance (and that every American should visit when it's safe to do so).

    1. Miami, Florida

    2. The mountains of Alaska

    3. Madison, Wisconsin (or like, anywhere in the Midwest really)

    4. New Orleans, Louisiana

    5. The Appalachian Trail, northeastern US

    6. The dry, desert landscape of Arizona

    7. Anywhere serving breakfast tacos, Texas

    8. Montana

    9. Boston, Massachusetts

    10. The Hawaiian Islands

    11. Savannah, Georgia

    12. Portland, Oregon

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