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The Most Boring Places On Earth?  
User currently offlineOA260 From Ireland, joined Nov 2006, 30081 posts, RR: 59
Posted (7 years 2 months 4 days 10 hours ago) and read 11783 times:

This is quite interesting and funny . So where is the most boring place on earth you have been ??


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User currently offlineVandenheuvel From Netherlands, joined Dec 2008, 516 posts, RR: 1
Reply 1, posted (7 years 2 months 4 days 9 hours ago) and read 11764 times:

Well, they claim the red light district in Amsterdam to be boring. I have to say, I have never seen a bored tourist out there  Wink

User currently offlineTango29 From Ireland, joined May 2006, 312 posts, RR: 0
Reply 2, posted (7 years 2 months 4 days 9 hours ago) and read 11757 times:


Might aswell get this going....

1. Las Palmas - Could'nt wait to get out of that place.

2. San Sebastian - If i have trouble sleeping i just think of this place

3. Vienna - The most beautiful city i have ever been in but a bit boring for me.

4. Basle - Nice city, nice people not much else.


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User currently offlineVandenheuvel From Netherlands, joined Dec 2008, 516 posts, RR: 1
Reply 3, posted (7 years 2 months 4 days 9 hours ago) and read 11729 times:

I agree on Las Palmas. I have been to the south of Gran Canaria. That was a fantastic place. Las Palmas was rather boring.

I also think Dublin is a boring place. I have spend a weekend out there. I was bored after not too long. No offense, I just couldn't find anything to do. Partially my fault, as I didn't get out of the shopping area.

[Edited 2009-03-30 02:53:23]

User currently offlineAirtrainer From Belgium, joined Aug 2003, 1564 posts, RR: 11
Reply 4, posted (7 years 2 months 4 days 8 hours ago) and read 11721 times:

I vote for Charleroi, Belgium. The only good thing is maybe the airport (CRL) nearby.

Life is short : eat dessert first !
User currently offlineTango29 From Ireland, joined May 2006, 312 posts, RR: 0
Reply 5, posted (7 years 2 months 4 days 8 hours ago) and read 11716 times:

Quoting Vandenheuvel (Reply 3):
I also think Dublin is a boring place

I've lived and worked in Dublin most of my life and i understand your point, when most
people come to Ireland they visit Dublin and thats it, the best thing to do after you have
done the sights, shops, pubs and clubs in Dublin is get a hire car and a map and spend
a week exploring Ireland and i guarantee you would'nt be disappointed.


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User currently offlineKiwiandrew From New Zealand, joined Jun 2005, 8973 posts, RR: 13
Reply 6, posted (7 years 2 months 4 days 8 hours ago) and read 11700 times:
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Singapore would get my vote for the dullest place in the universe , so sterile that it is a actually a bit creepy ( but not creepy in an interesting way )

My next choice would be any small village in Flanders, I love Antwerp , but the small Flemish villages are all very Stepford , even more sterile than Singapore and just creepy enough to make nearly make them fractionally less dull than SIN

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User currently offlineMaverick623 From United States of America, joined Nov 2006, 6043 posts, RR: 7
Reply 7, posted (7 years 2 months 4 days 8 hours ago) and read 11700 times:

Bruges. It's a sh*thole.  wink 

Seriously though, just about anywhere in Wyoming.

"PHX is Phoenix, PDX is the other city" -777Way
User currently offlineSuperfly From Thailand, joined May 2000, 40298 posts, RR: 73
Reply 8, posted (7 years 2 months 4 days 8 hours ago) and read 11699 times:

Just about any former Confederate state in the Southern USA.
Plenty of flights on Delta to get you to one of the most boring places in the USA, if not the world.

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User currently offlineNa From Germany, joined Dec 1999, 11589 posts, RR: 9
Reply 9, posted (7 years 2 months 4 days 8 hours ago) and read 11679 times:

The most boring places I visited as a tourist: Ohio. Florida in bad weather. Cyprus. Singapore.

User currently offlineRJ111 From , joined Dec 1969, posts, RR:
Reply 10, posted (7 years 2 months 4 days 8 hours ago) and read 11671 times:

Well, I was in FRA last week...

User currently offlineTango29 From Ireland, joined May 2006, 312 posts, RR: 0
Reply 11, posted (7 years 2 months 4 days 8 hours ago) and read 11669 times:

Quoting Na (Reply 9):

Seriously?? I can't get enough of Cyprus, going back there in 2 weeks time.

Whats not to like about Cyprus???

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User currently offlineKingsford From Belgium, joined Nov 2003, 427 posts, RR: 3
Reply 12, posted (7 years 2 months 4 days 7 hours ago) and read 11620 times:

I would vote for downtown Miami, downtown Cincinnatti, Omaha, Salt Lake City.

Frankfurt, believe me, is the land of Oz compared to the above...

User currently offlineSuperfly From Thailand, joined May 2000, 40298 posts, RR: 73
Reply 13, posted (7 years 2 months 4 days 7 hours ago) and read 11616 times:

Quoting Kingsford (Reply 12):
I would vote for downtown Miami, downtown Cincinnatti, Omaha, Salt Lake City.



Throw in Los Angeles as well considering the population, it's a lame city.
Atlanta is pretty lame as well and is nothing more than a glamorized southern hicktown.

[Edited 2009-03-30 04:25:38]

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User currently offlineOA260 From Ireland, joined Nov 2006, 30081 posts, RR: 59
Reply 14, posted (7 years 2 months 4 days 7 hours ago) and read 11597 times:

Quoting Tango29 (Reply 11):
Whats not to like about Cyprus???

Depends where you go . I would hire a car and drive around the Island North and South then into the Troodos mountains to really appreciate it. Its not just Pahos and Ayia Napa. A holiday and a place is what YOU make of it.

I have to say I 99% like everywhere I go with the exception of Egypt. It was not boring but I didnt like the hassling from beggers and street sellers. Also I didnt feel safe.

User currently offlineL410Turbolet From Czech Republic, joined May 2004, 5925 posts, RR: 18
Reply 15, posted (7 years 2 months 4 days 7 hours ago) and read 11578 times:



User currently offlineSuperfly From Thailand, joined May 2000, 40298 posts, RR: 73
Reply 16, posted (7 years 2 months 4 days 6 hours ago) and read 11558 times:

Quoting L410Turbolet (Reply 15):


Without having been there myself, that is EXACTLY what I have suspected of that city.
30 years ago, Dubai was nothing and today it's this giant oasis that just about grew over-night. Lots of new money and a very stratified environment for folks with deep pockets.
Not my idea of a fun city, however I'd gladly take a good paying job there.  Smile
I prefer old dirty cities with lots of history such as Amsterdam, Paris, Chicago, New York, Bangkok, Havana, Rio, Manila, Montreal, San Francisco, London, etc....

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User currently offlineWhappeh From United States of America, joined Mar 2006, 1563 posts, RR: 1
Reply 17, posted (7 years 2 months 4 days 6 hours ago) and read 11542 times:

Winslow, Arizona.

All there is to do there is stand on a corner.

-Travel now, journey infinitely.
User currently offlineSuperfly From Thailand, joined May 2000, 40298 posts, RR: 73
Reply 18, posted (7 years 2 months 4 days 6 hours ago) and read 11530 times:

Quoting Whappeh (Reply 17):
Winslow, Arizona.

All there is to do there is stand on a corner.

 rotfl   rotfl   rotfl 

Oh come on, just take it easy.
At least the view is nice.  Smile
Just take a drive on a dark desert highway.....

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User currently offlineBNE From Australia, joined Mar 2000, 3215 posts, RR: 11
Reply 19, posted (7 years 2 months 4 days 6 hours ago) and read 11509 times:

Quoting Kingsford (Reply 12):
would vote for downtown Miami, downtown Cincinnatti, Omaha, Salt Lake City.

Would you add St Louis to the list.

Quoting Whappeh (Reply 17):
Winslow, Arizona.

All there is to do there is stand on a corner.

We may lose and we may win though
We will never be here again  Yeah sure

Interesting when you have heard song lyrics in the past and finally get to visit the area.

Why fly non stop when you can connect
User currently offlineWhappeh From United States of America, joined Mar 2006, 1563 posts, RR: 1
Reply 20, posted (7 years 2 months 4 days 5 hours ago) and read 11478 times:

Quoting Superfly (Reply 18):

rotfl rotfl rotfl

Oh come on, just take it easy.
At least the view is nice. Smile
Just take a drive on a dark desert highway.....

Its kind of a joke, but I just went there on a spring training trip...

and there really isn't anything to do there except stand on the corner.

-Travel now, journey infinitely.
User currently offlineSuperfly From Thailand, joined May 2000, 40298 posts, RR: 73
Reply 21, posted (7 years 2 months 4 days 5 hours ago) and read 11478 times:

Quoting BNE (Reply 19):
Interesting when you have heard song lyrics in the past and finally get to visit the area.

I was thinking the same when I drove through Ukiah, California.
The song by The Doobie Brothers painted this picture of an old rustic town nestled in the redwoods of northern California with old stores with old wooden floors. (the song was from 1973).
I finally get there in 2000 and see a giant strip-mall with a Wal-Mart & Starbucks and a lot of traffic.
I was disappointed.  Sad

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User currently offlinePROSA From United States of America, joined Oct 2001, 5644 posts, RR: 4
Reply 22, posted (7 years 2 months 4 days 5 hours ago) and read 11457 times:

Quoting BNE (Reply 19):
Interesting when you have heard song lyrics in the past and finally get to visit the area.

Not necessarily interesting in a good way. Several years ago, with some time to kill on a brief trip to Los Angeles, I walked from Downtown to MacArthur Park mainly because I was thinking about that old song ("MacArthur Park is melting in the dark ...") It was a total dump, I very quickly got out of there, although AIUI the park has gotten a bit better in the last few years.

"Let me think about it" = the coward's way of saying "no"
User currently offlineUAL747 From , joined Dec 1969, posts, RR:
Reply 23, posted (7 years 2 months 4 days 5 hours ago) and read 11446 times:

Western/Central Kansas. At least driving toward Colorado.....nothing but yellow rolling hills....no trees, nothin......for about 8 hours.


User currently offlineSuperfly From Thailand, joined May 2000, 40298 posts, RR: 73
Reply 24, posted (7 years 2 months 4 days 5 hours ago) and read 11435 times:

Quoting PROSA (Reply 22):
I walked from Downtown to MacArthur Park

You are a brave man.

Now since you mentioned it, what is your favorite version?

Donna Summers?
Andy Williams?
Richard Harris?
Ray Conniff?
Only Men Aloud!?
Sammy Davis Jr?
The Fifth Dimension?
Percy Faith?
Waylon Jennings?
The Four Tops?
Frank Sinatra?
Beggar's Opera?
Diana Ross & The Supremes?
Elaine Paige? Hugo Montenegro?
The Queers?
Glen Campbell?
Maynard Ferguson?
Stan Kenton?
Justin Hayward? Vic Damone?
Michael Feinstein?
The Three Degrees?
Alien Crew?
Liza Minnelli?
Ukulele Orchestra of Great Britain?

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25 Tango29 : That exactly what i do every time i go, hire a car and explore the island as its so easy to get around, and i never get bored of exploring Cyprus, th
26 DiamondFlyer : Wow, I can't believe it took 23 posts for somebody to say Kansas. I expected that way sooner. However, I don't think its that boring, but, its not fo
27 Post contains links and images UAL747 : Make that Mid to Western Kansas all the way to Denver....absolutely nothing, unless you think Limon Colorado is something. Even eastern Kansas, until
28 Rleiro : Downtown San Juan (Puerto Rico) on a Sunday afternoon... It looked like a ghost town. Saludos, Roberto.
29 Bwest : Then again, aren't most small sleeper villages all over the world like that? But I do admit, they are very boring, I grew up in one so I should know.
30 Mir : Grand Forks, North Dakota If there's a more boring place than that, I really don't want to see it. -Mir
31 Post contains links BritJap : I thought the link in the OP might have led to this story from a few years ago... http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/england/1600225.stm The most boring place
32 BMI727 : North Dakota is the most boring place in the world. Where else does half the state occupy themselves waiting for a war? Also, the St. Louis Airport.
33 Babybus : If you're with the right person nowhere is boring but even so... Middlesbrough Prague Llubljana and southern Poland fail to float my boat.
34 FLY2HMO : Or FLG or PRC, or DUG, actually, anywhere in AZ that's not TUS or PHX. And yes that includes the Grand Canyon.
35 GQfluffy : Obviously you aren't a history buff, nor do you like beaches.
36 DesertJets : Actually the entire state of Arizona is pretty damn boring. This comes from someone who grew up in Phoenix and went to college in Tucson. When you're
37 MaverickM11 : Nome, AK. Made the mistake of spending 8 hours there, and saw the entire town in the first 20 minutes. Three times. I actually went there for dinner o
38 SW733 : Really depends. I live in eastern Kansas right now and there are some (relatively) areas around Lawrence and such. Get west of Wichita/Salina and you
39 GrahamHill : My hometown in Normandy.
40 Iflykpdx : Agreed. Times a billion. There is not a god damn thing to do here but stumble around until you slip and fall on your ass. Lord is it a hellhole. Make
41 DiamondFlyer : Naw, you mean get west of those hills just on the other side of Topeka by Ft. Riley, and you could just about see Denver. I guess I've never had a pr
42 STT757 : Most boring places on Earth for me is definitely outlet malls, my Wife drags me to them to watch her shop and it's awful. I'm literally sleep walking.
43 Seb146 : The first time, it is okay. Just okay. After that first time, there is nothing new to see or do. I changed buses there once. That was plenty! With th
44 ArniePie : Biggest disappointment I ever visited was , without any doubt, Australia, certainly Perth, Adelaide and Brisbane were horrid and dull places to visit
45 MarSciGuy : So geology and history aren't your strong suits I take it?
46 Post contains links Oldeuropean : Bielefeld ( http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bielefeld_Conspiracy ) Axel
47 RwSEA : Brussels and Atlanta are the two most boring cities that I've ever gone to for leisure purposes (long weekend, etc.). However, I've been to some REALL
48 DesertJets : Let me rephrase... when you grow up and spend most of your time in suburbia... that is pretty damn boring. I did like being able to get out and hike
49 EXTspotter : The Costa Brava in general. Its pretty bad...
50 RwSEA : That's my impression too, just a corporate city with no character or anything unique to define it. The downtown area is sketchy and Underground Atlan
51 BMI727 : While getting eaten alive by the mosquitos. I find Civil War battlefields to generally be quite boring. This is one of my mom's favorite attractions.
52 Kingsford : As for Europe, I know not of most boring a place than .... LUXEMBURG CITY ! Next to it Ljubjana, Slovenia is a mega dance party !
53 LHboyatDTW : the department of motor vehicles Orlando Strassbourg, France
54 OA260 : Oh I have to disagree with you there. My Dad lives there and I have to say I love the city. It has so much character and a great base to visit surrou
55 MaverickM11 : I don't know if Orlando is really boring but rather hell on earth.
56 MadameConcorde : How about Limoges? ... or Clermont-Ferrand? ... ... ...
57 N776AU : Interstate 16 is quite possibly the most boring stretch of highway ever. Other than that, I vote Maine.
58 MadameConcorde : Alsace is very nice. Try going to Colmar or Mulhouse. Not bad at all. Alsace really has its own identity. The cooking and pastries are delicious, the
59 Post contains links MrChips : Clearly, none of you have been to Winnipeg, Manitoba. It's boring and ugly in the summer, and even worse in the winter. Really, Winnipeg is pretty muc
60 Superfly : I am a history buff and I love nice beaches. I still think the south is a boring place. There much nicer beaches in the Mediterranean, Latin America,
61 BMI727 : The South has its interesting bits, just not necessarily in a good way. See Top Gear goes to America for examples. For that matter I used to thinktha
62 Superfly : Very true. I've been to all of them. Nothing really to write home about.
63 LHboyatDTW : As one who has been there almost every year since I was 8, my urge to kick the mouse in the nuts has grown into an almost uncontrollable impulse. Apa
64 BMI727 : Very true. The thing is that with my mom, going on vacation is more work than staying home. I do not want to wake up at 6am to go to Disney World. Or
65 LTU932 : Bielefeld? Never heard of it. Don't you mean Paderborn-Nord or Gütersloh-West? One of the most boring places on Earth for me are San José, Costa Ri
66 Seb146 : I lived in PHX when I was 5. I had an infatuation with Huges AirWest and their banana-liners. Loved them! I have not been back since so I have to ask
67 Texan : But do it in a convertible so you can have the cool wind in your hair. 1) I-20/I-10 between Fort Worth and Tucson. Not that there is anything wrong w
68 Kmh1956 : You're kidding, right?
69 Baroque : I have to admit being amused at a postcard of the road disappearing to the W and captioned "Glorious I 70". However, here is a (small) defence of Kan
70 Lowrider : I find Thunder Bay to be rather dull and only marginally attractive.
71 AerorobNZ : Milton Keynes. Although anywhere with a good car to drive can be made fun - but MiltonKeynes has a number of speed cameras I believe (didn't notice th
72 Luckyone : Yeah, Atlanta is more a work town, and behind LA the definition of urban/suburban sprawl. It is OTOH, a good place to live. The interesting things to
73 FLY2HMO : I wouldn't got that far, having grown up in the dessert, but as far as stuff to do in major cities, well, only TUS and PHX count as cities in AZ IMO,
74 Us330 : Which basically accounts for 90% of neighborhoods outside of the northeast. My pick? Waterville, Maine. My brother goes to school there, and I am not
75 FL787 : Flint, Michigan Sorry residents
76 DesertJets : Looks like Castles N Coasters is still there too. Never been there myself as is was on the other side of town from where I lived. And if you wanted t
77 Steeler83 : My Fiancee would, and she would also throw in Nashville, TN... Ummmm.... no... Not at all boring if you ask me. If anything, I think of it as a minia
78 SOBHI51 : Did you visit Dubai? If yes when? Dubai is alive day and night.Plenty of things to do, and a lot of night life.
79 Superfly : No, I am serious. Are you fan of them? They do an awesome version of Shaft. I've been there twice and never understood what the big deal was. Many lo
80 YYZatcboy : YYJ, now with the new tourist attractive motto of No.1 for violent crime :P Seriously one of the most boring places I've been. I say YYJ but I really
81 ShyFlyer : I don't get bored easily so a lot of these places being mentioned I'd probably enjoy. My vote goes for Sugar City, Colorado. One has to drive to La Ju
82 Kiwiandrew : I concede that SIN has good planespotting , but so does HKG , unlike SIN however HKG actually has other things to do and see . As for small villages
83 StasisLAX : Try Ogden, Utah. Makes SLC seem like non-stop excitement. Warm smell of colitas, rising up through the air.... Try Crown King, Gila Bend, or Quartzit
84 OA260 : Yes I have been. Some things to try in Strasbourg are Tarte Flambee and a few bottles of Cremant.
85 N328KF : With Jackson Hole, the Grand Tetons, and Yellowstone? Are you batshit?
86 Qantasistheway : Having (unfortunately) lived in Wedel for two years, I can honestly say that the PI on the number plate does really stand for Provinz Idiot (Provncia
87 Dba4u : Heyhey! We've got some nice tree-growing going on 'round here! But it's pretty cool to have PI license plates as you can behave in Hamburg traffic ju
88 Pyrex : Haast, New Zealand: sort of like a real-life version of Royston Vaysey. Creepiest place I have ever been to, couldn't wait to get out of there. Fox Vi
89 CPDC10-30 : For me it was Gothenburg (Goteborg), Sweden. Very little to do, food quality (even compared to Britain) was poor and everything other than the hotel w
90 Futureualpilot : West Lafayette/Lafayette, Indiana. Don't tell me about Purdue, unless you have money for tickets to events and games or have a low enough IQ to be con
91 Francoflier : Tyler, Texas. The message you were about to post is too short and probably not of any higher value to the topic at hand. You should think long and har
92 Boeing4ever : Ouch. Well, I kind of agree with you. Unless you go to Purdue, there's no point in being in the Lafayette area. Unbelievably boring. But about the ba
93 KSYR : Wow, you're really missing out. The south isn't the fastest growing area in the country for no reason. Plenty to do down here-the best college sports
94 BMI727 : No it isn't. I was just going off on a tangent. Considering them part of the South would be insulting to Southerners. That's being pretty nice about
95 4holer : Only... I don't know... Every single citizen of West Virginia? Seriously, talk to them. Jesco White sure ain't no Boston boy. (google him)
96 BMI727 : The South won't take them because they want to keep their literacy rates respectable.
97 TheSonntag : Ever been to Ikast, Denmark? Horrible!
98 Post contains links Pawsleykat : That's because certain areas are like England; only with sun and sand My vote for the most boring place on Earth; Whitburn JG
99 LTU932 : Well, in that case, thank God that one of my favourite suburbs, Norderstedt, is part of Kreis Segeberg. The same for Großhansdorf, which is Kreis St
100 Superfly : Nope. Been to all of them. It was so far behind so of course any growth would be noticed. Not in to college sports. Myrtle Beach has nothing on Copac
101 Steve6666 : Some really crap places in South America: Chiclayo, Peru Asuncion, Paraguay Belo Horizonte, Brazil Oh, and from the UK: Morecambe, Lancashire King's L
102 TheSonntag : Well, I dare to say that when you fall asleep in the S-13 regional train coming home drunk from a trip in Cologne, and you wake up too late in Schlade
103 EXTspotter : Saint-Jean-de-Monts in the Vendée isn't particularly great. Flat, dull, sand everywhere, too developed - not so much as tourist areas of Spain, but f
104 Corocks : Wow - most boring place on earth? I think it might be you.......
105 JBirdAV8r : Oh lord--please don't hold Myrtle against us! That's like calling Dollywood a "major theme park." For a better taste of the beaches, you might try th
106 Superfly : LOL! Don't take my rant too seriously. The south isn't the worse place I've been to. Yes there are some good aspects of the south.
107 ScarletHarlot : Having grown up in Thunder Bay, I definitely agree. It's a small-minded backwater with a dying economy and where all the young people with something
108 FRAspotter : Well I didn't find Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, West Virginia, Pennsylvania, Kansas or New Jersey (all Union States) much different... A place is o
109 Allrite : My list of most boring places would include: The suburb of Narwee in Sydney (Will VHSMM defend it? ) Rockhampton & the Capricorn Coast, QLD (stay ther
110 TZ757300 : I think the most exciting part of Secaucus is entering Secaucus "station" and leaving on the train. PIT? Bleh, I would rather stay here in MGW than d
111 Lowrider : True, almost the entire ride there from Duluth is great, but the town itself is sort of a letdown.
112 KiwiinOz : Adelaide, South Australia, Hamilton, NZ Invercargill, NZ Slough, England, Bendigo, Victoria, Australia Berne, Switzerland Shenzen, China Someone said
113 QANTAS077 : Perth is the biggest shit-hole on earth, it gets the tag Dullsville for a reason, WA is commonly referred to as wait awhile! I hate this city, I am s
114 FlybaurLAX : I say the whole state of Indiana is really boring. You know what's fun to do here? Pack up and get the f*ck out! I really can't wait until I'm done he
115 Superfly : I was born & raised in Indiana. I know exactly what you mean. A majority of the people in my hometown of Gary did just that. Got the hell out.
116 Steeler83 : Well, now it's not so much to write home about, but if city government would actually do something useful and dig their fat heads out of their @$$es
117 Kl671 : A member of airliners.net went to Ohio and found it boring?. You obviously did not visit the Air Force Museum in Dayton. Probably the best aircraft m
118 N328KF : Southern Indiana is great if you're into outdoorsy stuff. Northern Indiana, not so much. Well hell, you can't use Gary as a basis for judging the who
119 TheSonntag : I never understood why people hate Brussels. It has its unique charme, and I prefer Belgium much over the Netherlands, somehow (no offense to our Dutc
120 Growly150 : Congrats, according to ANets, you've made this board the most boring place on earth. *satire, people
121 Braybuddy : I'm scratching my head reading some of the posts above. Australia boring? Possibly somewhere like Woolongong on a wet afternoon, but Sydney, Melbourne
122 Pawsleykat : Yeah, I'd agree with you Corocks. I think it may just be Pyrex. NYC is just like JG
123 Signol : Agree, on my backpacking trip we arrived, waited an evening to see if it would liven up (it didn't) so we got the first plane out (to La Paz) It's in
124 767Lover : There are no boring places -- only boring people. One thing that attracted me to my husband when we were dating is that he could find something fun ju
125 AustrianZRH : Halbturn, Burgenland, Austria. Had to serve there for border surveillance. Most horrible boring place I've ever been to, difficult to top. Yawn. Thank
126 Braybuddy : Although some places might need a bit more imagination than others . . . Going back to my earlier post expressing incredulity about some of the place
127 Seb146 : Too bad. Between that and the long weekend we took at Oak Creek Canyon, that is all I really remember living in PHX. We never went, but my dad worked
128 RaginMav : Sorry gents, but I have to disagree with you. When you're ready to come learn what Nebraska is all about, PM me! You wouldn't believe how much fun th
129 Superfly : Very true but the rest of the state is pretty lame too. Have lots of family & friends throughout the entire state. Indiana Dunes in the northern part
130 OA260 : I must admit its the first time I ever heard of anyone being bored in Australia. Alot of people I know who went didnt want to come back. They loved A
131 Luckyone : One can't just go to aviation museums while on vacation. Many people do have other interests.
132 Seb146 : I have been all over Nebraska. I enjoyed Lincoln, North Platte, Scottsbluff very much. Omaha? You can keep it. What does anyone think of anywhere els
133 Kl671 : Perhaps you have not noticed that airliners.net is a site for people who love aviation and that some of the states and towns mentioned as boring are
134 Tango29 : I'm one of them, i spent six days in Sydney before travelling onwards to New Zealand and i was really sad when i was heading to the airport because i
135 Revelation : Having spent a few days in Central Florida, you just can't avoid running into the tobacco chewing rednecks every where you go. If it wasn't for the u
136 TSS : SHUSH!!! Do you want to be up to your neck in Yankees? The South is boring... really boring. Nothing to see here, just move along. There ya go... If
137 Revelation : I have spent some time in the RTP NC area. Miserable traffic. People nice enough, but incredibly boring. Half hour drive out of town and you're up to
138 KiwiinOz : Fremantle is OK though, but I agree, Perth is really not much, (but it's still more than Adelaide) Another thing about WA. Have you noticed that peop
139 OA260 : Id love to visit the South . On my list are Birmingham & New Orleans.
140 ScarletHarlot : We were like that. We got home from Australia and immediately started researching emigration. If it wasn't so hard to transport our cats there, and t
141 Revelation : I've heard Charleston is nicer than one would expect (lots of Civil War era architecture and wide boulevards) whereas Savannah is not as nice as one
142 Luckyone : Nope you've got it right to a point. PARTS of Charleston is nice, but it's a very small part. Much of Charleston is an absolute crap hole once you le
143 RGElectra80 : To all of those hating on Orlando: have you ventured outside of Disney's realm? It's really not that bad of a town. It's not amazing, but there's way
144 Seemyseems : Wrexham & Welshpool, define the word mundane and uninsightful(!) but none of them beat; EXETER, AGH!!
145 Post contains links Comorin : Right now, I'd have to say being it's on the thread on the Fedex Crash in Tokyo - Part 4: http://www.airliners.net/aviation-fo...eneral_aviation/read.
146 TSS : Wow. I honestly can't recall having heard anyone say they wanted to visit Birmingham before. Of course we'd be delighted to have you here, although I
147 Post contains links and images StealthZ : A truly outstanding museum... have to pick the days you go though, when I was there the aviation hall had been turned over to some local arts and cra
148 Mike89406 : The person who 1st mentioned NYC. I don't consider Manhattan the best place to get the real feel of NYC, besides most people when visiting NYC as tou
149 MillwallSean : Boring cities is a nice subject. I have visited my fair share of boring cities. Europe - Middlesborough in England isnt fun. Neither is Milton Keynes
150 Post contains links Mike89406 : I didn't mind the south since I have in-laws around there.One of the places is Pawley’s Island, SC a exclusive beach community we used to stay at a
151 OA260 : It all started last year when I got a promotional pack from the Visit Birmingham convention center. I was at the World Travel Market in London and th
152 Seemyseems : Ah yes! And Sunderland! Newcastle is good though. But not Exeter
153 Na : While that begging and especially the street sellers are really a pain, a nile cruise is one of the "Musts" in life. Truly amazing. Not for people wi
154 Doona : Very true. There's Carhenge in Alliance, NE. Brilliant. A replica of Stonehenge, built out of cars. And then there's Oakland, NE. Or, according to th
155 L410Turbolet : Yes I did. Two weeks ago. I guess, coming from Bangkok I could be only disappointed by Dubai, which left me unimpressed as overrated, pretentious and
156 OA260 : Give me Dubai over Bangkok anyday . Whilst Dubai is false and no real historical interest I would not be running back to Bangkok thats for sure.
157 TSS : Bless their little hearts, they're tryin'! Our current mayor seems determined to push Birmingham as a tourist destination, and tangible expressions o
158 KSYR : How are college sports a southern thing?? Last I checked most of America loved March Madness and college football, but I guess I was wrong...?
159 JCS17 : I think it's a bit unfair to list smaller cities and towns. Being that you really don't expect them to have a laundry list of things to do. I could li
160 Post contains images UAL747 : The only thing I don't like about the south is the underlying religious politics and social systems. Other than that, it's quite nice here. I'm from
161 FutureUALpilot : I agree, I'm a Purdue grad myself. You have to be smart to go there but to be amused by the same bars, same frat bs and same old thing week after wee
162 Post contains images OA260 : Well they certainly have their act together with a decent press pack and some really nice staff who worked at the stand. So kudos to them. Cool , sou
163 Pyrex : It's a travesty, I tell you, a travesty! That would be me. I actually lived there for three months - I do not consider myself to be a tourist in term
164 BMI727 : I've never been to OKC, but rural Oklahoma isn't very nice. It seems that the only new things around are the Indian Casinos. It was the Seatttle Supe
165 Mike89406 : Fair enough, NYC isn't for everyone nor is it the only big city that's fun. It was fun for me when I was younger, however It's not the best place to
166 Boeing4ever : No, I hear ya. The only thing that keeps me at Nine Irish is friends and food in addition to the booze. But now that basketball is over, this place i
167 KiwiRob : Australia, when you get down to it all there is, is a coastline with a few trees, surrounding a huge brown sandbox with a bloody big rock in the middl
168 UAL747 : Yeah, sorry, Supersonics, tad hung over today....and you are right, not doing very well at this point in time. It depends on where you go. Generally
169 OA260 : LOL... spoken like a true Kiwi
170 SOBHI51 : That,s what make Dubai different. Where else can you go skying when the temperature outside is 120? Cooled beaches never saw that. And to my knowledg
171 Us330 : I can probably see that. I've spent the past nine months in Manhattan, and it definitely gets boring (there's only so many times you can walk around
172 Alias1024 : Most big cities in the US are similarly boring. Small downtown and endless expanses of suburbs. The suburbs of any of these cities are virtually inter
173 UAL747 : Well, I won't go into detail about the character of Bennett as his daughter is my friend, but let's just say the people of Oklahoma City weren't too
174 Post contains links TSS : Bravo then! I've got to make sure though: You do mean Birmingham, Alabama, USA, not Birmingham, England, correct? The first photo you posted is of Bi
175 OA260 : LOL... I mean Birmingham , Alabama !! If the pic of the main street is Birmingham UK then Im really surprised !! Its certainly not how I remember it
176 Luckyone : I must say that College Football (and the SEC in particular) is disgustingly ingrained in the culture for many people in the South. It's almost a rel
177 KSYR : I guess that could be because no schools in the northeast are actually good at football on a consistent basis? Also, its not just football that shape
178 Luckyone : I'm going to get flamed for saying this, but the better basketball teams typically belong to the ACC, which has a much better and much educated--ahem
179 Pyrex : No. But then again, they are quite good at Nobel prizes on a consistent basis. What should be the main focus of a university, again?
180 Revelation : I don't get the whole college sports thing. My alma mater is in the final four (is that over yet?) and it's amazing to me to see how so many people w
181 KSYR : Agreed. But the better basketball teams in the ACC (UNC, Duke, and Wake) are all in the south. As is THE rivalry in the sport, Duke-Carolina. I guess
182 Luckyone : I was referring to the South exclusively and the noticeable difference between SEC fans and ACC fans
183 Revelation : Yes, I agree. BTW, KSYR is a pretty boring place. But then again, Storrs CT is far more boring! A big night out consists of going cow-tipping, or get
184 Us330 : Why would you get flamed for saying it? It's pretty well-known that out of the power conferences, the SEC is near the bottom in terms of academic rat
185 KSYR : Haha indeed it is-which is why I transferred out of there and came to UNC! I can take boredom, and I can take cold, but when they are both found in t
186 Luckyone : Well that's because Maryland is a pit To get back on topic Elbert County, Georgia can be a contender, that is unless you have a thing for tombstones.
187 Braybuddy : Miaow . . . .
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