A tourist attraction is a place so unique that people from near and far flock to see it. The earliest tourist attractions were sites known for their connection to Our Lord and Savior, or at least his graven image. Modern tourist attractions are associated with a notorious crime or some opportunity to commit a crime.
What's The Attraction?Edit
People who have lives don't quite understand what the attraction is to tourist attractions, but they probably spend their time reading about places instead of flocking to them.
For those healthy, God-fearing people, a tourist attraction is like an interactive circus trial with shopping.
Biblical Tourist AttractionsEdit
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Other God-related attractions in the time before America, were:
- Sodom and Gomorrah
- the hill where Jesus was crucified
- Mary Magdelen's House of Ill Repute
Non-American Tourist AttractionsEdit
- the Colbert Forest, France
American Tourist AttractionsEdit
- the Grand Canyon
- Mount Rushmore
- The Golden Gate Bridge
- the Statue of Liberty
- the Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport