Top Ten: Best (And Worst) Nintendo Vacation Spots

There are places that you should visit, and others that you should stay away from.

By Eileen Cullen. Posted 05/23/2012 13:00 3 Comments     ShareThis

2nd Place, Holiday Heaven — Poshley Heights from Paper Mario: The Thousand Year Door

Poshley Heights, Paper Mario: The Thousand Year Door
Yeah we don’t quite understand the weird dress code either. Good food, though.

Poshley Heights is the polar opposite of Rogueport. I don’t know what’s better, Poshley Heights itself or the train that takes you there. The only way to get to this wealthy town is via the Excess Express, a train with luxurious rooms, shopping and fine dining. In fact, the food is so good that the Toad Heff T. never leaves, relying on room service to get all of his meals. Apparently Chef Shimi, a Cheep-Cheep, knows what he’s doing. The only downside is that it’s practically impossible to get a ticket unless you’re rich and famous. Mario even resorts to going through syndicate leader Don Pianta to secure his room aboard the exclusive train. But I suppose that it was all worth it, as the destination of Poshley Heights lives up to the expectations. It’s the only location in Paper Mario: The Thousand Year Door that has a hotel instead of an inn, which would be preferable for a longer stay. And I can’t imagine anyone wanting to leave after getting a taste of the upscale atmosphere.

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3 Responses to “Top Ten: Best (And Worst) Nintendo Vacation Spots”

  • 1244 points
    lukas85 says...

    skyloft and delfino island are good vacation spots, skyloft tops delfino because, well, its a freaking floating paradise, imagine the view of the cascade falling into the sky, wow, and termina is the worst place to be, everything about that place is just, scary and weird.

  • 1 points
    Kevin Knezevic says...

    I’d still like to visit Termina the most. With the Ocarina of Time, your vacation there could literally last forever!

    And I’m sad to see no mention of Wuhu Island (though I agree with Isle Delfino being number one; I always thought it was the best part of Mario Sunshine). :p

  • 12 points
    Zelda is Awesome says...

    Hmm… I’d like to go to that island Aidan gets lost on in Shipwrecked

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