I don't think this is really a question for /trv/, but here is my very rough estimate of where it does and doesn't snow in the United States. I probably fucked up in a few places but this is my best guess and one which I hope is not too far off.
Everywhere below the blue line probably doesn't get too snow every winter or doesn't get very much snow when it does snow. Everywhere below the red line probably will not see snow on an annual basis although I think basically every state gets... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
What can I do in Fort Lauderdale? I'm flying to Mexico City in March and have stops in FLL on the way there and back. My layover is ten hours and I'm an American citizenship, so I won't have to waste time clearing customs on my first arrival and then on my second departure.
Is it possible to visit Miami? Is there anything I can comfortably doing carrying around a small backpack, which will be my only luggage?
Feel kind of stupid because I've traveled a ton but haven't been to Florida since I was 5. I have... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
You just dodged a huge bullet anon. That women was going to cu'ck you within in a inch of your life and leave with children you were going to pay for forever. Western women are horrible. South east asia is exactly what you need right now. Dont forget this lesson anon. Never , ever get married and prenups dont work anymore.
>>1050523 >>1050527 Also since you're going with your gf I would recommend Rockefeller center. During the Christmas time they turn it into a ice skating plaza, I'm sure if you have ever watched a romantic movie set in NYC you have probably seen it before. Go rent a pair of skates and spend some time on the ice with all the other tourist couples.
britbong here, going to college in america for a year, this doesn't count towards my degree so i can party as hard as i want, any tips on getting the most fun out of a year of american college? share any college stories for me to take inspiration from?
>>1050465 I second Austin. I grew up in Michigan and UofM there is pretty awesome, but you don't really get snow in Austin so less packing and more partying. Plus the city itself is full of young people moving to the city so you'll meet great people who aren't in college. Look for the university of Texas at Austin.
Being a foreigner it's not so bad of a spot to get to many historical spots for the United States. Many colonial towns and rich in history near by, you are close to where the first settlers came in and then revolutionary war and also fu*k over the natives like a bunch of bitches fu*k the white man -flatfoot blackbear
Aside from the usual giant buddha island type stuff, any of you dudes got recommendations for what to see/do in Hong Kong? I'm going there next week with my parents and brother. My brother and I will be spending a lot of time with them, probably, but I think we'll wind up having evenings/nights to ourselves.
I'm not super into nightlife, but get down occasionally. Into comics, fight sports, toys. Really liked Mandarake in Tokyo (which was a shopping complex full of that sort of stuff), wondering if there's anything like it in Hong Kong. Plus food recs, obviously.
Bumping for interest... I'm considering a trip in the next year bouncing over from Sapporo... When is best (weather and cost wise) time to visit? Is there any decent wildlife viewing opportunities. Food that cannot be missed on a 4 or 5 day stay?
You could go visit in's point In Nathan road eat everything you see if you don't like Cantonese food try cafe de coral it's everywhere maybe go to wan chai for some bitches and you could visit women's market have fun Dude Hong Kong is awesome crazy people great food and the weather is nice the whole year except in Sommer
Really difficult if you don't get the degree first, those countries don't want to pay for an Americans education if they aren't sure you won't use it for them. They educate their own to help their respective country, on that side note you're right about America and you have my pity
I have the opportunity to move to Detroit. I could have a job there doing what I do now and make $40/hr+ on the check, $60/hr+ total. I always hear about how awful Detroit is, but considering I could do a lot more with my money there, is it really that awful? Are there any interesting, somewhat vibrant neighborhoods, or is the whole place an abandoned crime filled wasteland?
Grew up in Detroit, left in 2008 when things were at their worst, but I visit at least once a year and all my family and friends are still there. The city is definitely coming back. Where you live depends on what you are looking for. There are great affluent neighborhoods, nice blue collar areas, young hipster areas. What type of place are you interested in living in? What are some of your hobbies? Where are you working and how far do you want to travel?
check out strassbourg if you want to see a beautiful french/german city. also they have a lot of really beautiful small town around if you are into that. in europe you can hitch hike if you feel like it, otherwise we have carsharingsites and cheap busses
My friend and his girlfriend are planning a trip through the US. They're thinking of starting in California and then making their way through the southern states to Florida. However, he's white and his girlfriend is black. As a mixed-race couple, will they be ok? Especially in the south-east and in Texas.. Are there any areas they should avoid?
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