>>1139247 >What's some good shit to do in Miami beach? 1) Travel during Dec-Mar 2) Eat/shop/party
A local and tourist schedule should look quite similar to the following: 9PM get knockout gorgeous designer duds dressed to go out. Hit up Lincoln Road or Design District restaurant, get sloshed while people watching, wait for clubs to open at midnight. Midnight: dance til 4ish or so, club hob, bar hop, maybe even an afterparty club 4AM-7AM breakfast on the way to your hotel,... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
If it were Dec-Mar, you could actually be outside more early or even all day, a little earlier for sure, and there are a ton of festivals. Since it's summer, damn, it's unbearable. Remember locals only go out at night, and you need to hydrate constantly and move from air conditioned cars to buildings as fast as possible. What kinds of nice things are there to do in Miami?
Coral Gables: shopping, dining, historic homes x15, biltmore sunday brunch, venetian pool swimming. ArtWalk night, a few choices for this combined with some wine and dine fun, maybe even... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
as possible as with any other language, I've never been in any english speaking country but I'd say I'm kind of fluent. I think you'd be able to find some Spanish expats in Australia since it's a popular destination, maybe you can find some language exchange activities in your town or in couchsurfing.
I was summing all travels I could do in my life and I was amazed of how potential cool things this country could offer. But, at the same time, I found weird I have never seen any Algerian thread in /trv/ as long as I remember. What do you think of Algeria, /trv/?
There was an Algerian anon who made a pretty good thread on /out/ a while back. Pretty good post on /r/hitchhiking a while back about hitchhiking through the north. It's definitely on my bucket list, but I suspect for every cool thing Algeria has, Morocco has something cooler.
>which parts are least Islamised What exactly do you mean by this? Places like Qom and Mashhad are obviously more conservative than, say, Tehran, Shiraz and Tabriz.
Tehran is a huge city with awful trafic. You need not spend much time there. Don't miss Khomeini's mausoleum though.
>>1137818 If you go to Israel you will be denied entry to Iran. Iran is very beautiful. It might be a sharia state, but there is nothing you should worry about. Don't miss out on Iran, it's a very safe, beautiful, hospitable and cheap country.
Starting my Asia trip this Tuesday. I will arrive in mainland Japan in august and will stay there for a month. Any recommendations on what to visit? I got JRPass so transport isn't an issue. I have already been to Japan before twice. This is what I have seen so far: >Yamadera >Sendai >Ooarai >Suwa >Tokyo >Shirakawa >Kanazawa >Kamikura Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
I tend to preference New England quite a bit so some may argue. A list on the top 10 best states will also change depending on your interests and whether you want to see cities and urban areas or more remote and natural areas.
>Massachusetts >Vermont >New Hampshire >Maine >New York >California >Utah >Washington Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>1134660 Eh, a friend of mine went there after a break-up to basically have sex with brown girls for a while. It very, very highly depends on which neighbourhood you go to. The touristy quarters close to the beach are alright.
Looking to travel somewhere, but I'm running into a problem.
I'm a crappy tourist.
I'm looking for some place is the United States. I'm not looking to go sight-seeing (such as the empire state building, mount Rushmore, the grand canyon, etc.), and I don't do outdoorsy stuff (such as fishing in Alaska or horse-riding in Montana). I prefer stuff like Vegas where I can enjoy the night life, go to a show, enjoy fine food, gamble, and overall have a good time. You know, actually do stuff rather than see a rock or a piece of paper someone wrote... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>1138612 Pickpockets, dirtiness and grumpy Parisians aside, no. Just avoid poor areas (and there aren't that many anymore) and/or overcrowded/overestimated touristic areas (such as Champs Elysees) and it's fine.
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