SO weird, most of us haven't visited landmarks in our own cities??

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Before you can go see the Grand Canyon and Graceland, first you really should drive six minutes down the road to see the World's Biggest Ball of Twine.

According to a new survey, one out of four Americans say they haven't visited all of the iconic landmarks in their own city.

And that's not the only time we get lazy.  23% haven't seen a SINGLE major national landmark . . . and 80% have a famous restaurant in town they've always wanted to try but have never gone to.

The survey also found the top 10 American landmarks that people want to see.  Check 'em out . . .

Grand Canyon . . . Yellowstone National Park . . . Statue of Liberty . . . Mount Rushmore . . . Empire State Building . . . One World Trade Center . . . Golden Gate Bridge . . . New York Aquarium (?) . . . Space Needle . . . and Gettysburg. 



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