Think about this next time you take a trip to the beach.
Giant condiments, buildings in the shape of animals, and cars arranged to mimic ancient ruins. Val Bromann shows you some of the weirdest roadside attractions America has to offer.
No tipping, reserving a seat with your purse, no blowing your nose in public, exotic food, dangerous areas, smoky restaurants, baka gaijin, natto, chopsticks etiquette, kappa monsters.
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Breathtaking. That's the only word necessary here.
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From the strange to the creepy to the gross, cities around the world have some bizarre tourist attractions.
Awesome places with magnificent Man-Made structures, mostly located in stunning scenery that look like a film set.. Enjoy these 16.. Montserrat Monastery,