Death Valley California, had to go there one summer with my brother, second hottest place on earth apparently, it was 55C/132F out when I went
Tijuana Mexico, I have family down thereand its close but every time I try to come back I'm held up at the border because im mexican, they cant tell that im american by my accent I guess so I undergo a bunch of nonsense to get back, takes anywhere between 30 minutes to 6 hours
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One place I don't want to return, huh? Well, I have 2, but I might edit this.
My high school in which I am currently attending. The smell is really ugly, and it brings me bad memories, even though I didn't have any. The teachers, the atmosphere, everything about it. It makes me not want to go to school. If I had something else... sure, I would so go.
There was one restaurant that I went to called Mercado Juarez. It's a Mexican restaurant that serves... well duh. It sucked. Everything was old, the food was bad, and the bad food took forever, like 1 hour or more, and it was just a party of 4! I don't wait an hour for my food. Bad thing was, a friend of mine actually liked that place, and my family was thinking "Nope". Because my family goes to such cool restaurants, I thought I might show my friend what food really tastes like.
So yeah, those are places where I don't want to go. Will edit if I think of something else.
Greensburg, Kansas. My family and I drove through the city about a year after it was obliterated by an EF5 tornado in 2007. Almost all of the structures in town were trailers, since everything had been wiped out, and all of the trees looked gnarled and scrubby. I had experienced severe thunderstorms before (they're especially nasty in Colorado where I grew up), but I had never really seen the carnage a tornado can create. Being there felt very unsettling and I don't want to go back.