Yeah, I'm realizing that. It's weird, since so many airlines route through Denver. Still, I'm trying to get there as cheaply as possible. I'm thinking of Spirit Airlines, but I'm cautious of their bag restrictions.
Ok, so I am going to Sathon Bangkok Thailand at the beginning of July for 2 weeks (randomly selected the location in bangkok and bought the tickets n hotel). Why am i going? to have fun..I'm not huge into touristy shit and I've never paid for sex (I've got to several strip clubs and have only got a few dances). I am not trying to bang a ladyboy...i think...any suggestions on what to do there? will I be safe taking a random taxi from the airport (does my luggage put me at any risk..like if i have a hiking bag or a rolley bag or a big duffel)? am i better off just... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
I went to Vienna last february and can say that Vienna is a big museum on it's own. If you're into Sissi and the Austro-Hungarian empire your best bets are the Schönbrunn and Hobburg palaces. The Natural History and Albertina museums are bretty good too.
Going to Amsterdam-Berlin-Warsaw-Prague this summer over a period of about two weeks. Anyone got any tips on what to see, where to avoid, and on some lesser known places to see that won't be so packed with tourists? Relatively low budget so looking mostly at free stuff to go see or venues charging less than 10 euros. Travelling by train all the way btw.
From the D.C. area. Haven't been to the South very often though, let alone cities there. But my career path may very well likely take me to Atlanta. What's a basic primer for a newcomer to The Gate City?
>>1130543 I am in Split right now but have no idea what the club scene is like here. Hope you find what youre looking for but if you dont the country is beautiful and there is plenty to see outside of the clubs.
Hi, I'm going to America next month, I am starting in New York, getting a train down to Washington, getting another train to Virginia because I have family down there, then I am going to Orlando. I'm wondering if I should rent a car to get down there or just fly, I can only stay for a month so I want to spend as long as possible in Orlando however I'm wondering if there is anything worth seeing in the Carolinas and Georgia, how long the car journey would take and if it just easier to fly.
>>1130525 I say drive. Road trips are fun and you can visit Charleston and Savannah. Are you really going to miss a couple days in Orlando when you're already staying there for weeks? (I assume you have friends or family in Orlando, because I haven't heard a lot of great things about it). Hell, if you drove, you could even take a detour through the beautiful blue Ridge mountains/asheville, but that would add at least a day to your drive probably. Sorry, I'm on my phone so I can't look up drive times. Either... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
I recently got accepted for a working holiday visa for Ireland and am hoping to get a few questions answered before going. Keep in mind I have never been to Ireland, but have been dating an Irish girl (from Ireland) for over 4 years now.
What are the job prospects like in Cork City? I mean in an overall sense. I am willing to take on a low-level customer service job when I first arrive.
That being said does anyone have any idea of what the job prospects are like for chemical/industrial engineers in Cork?
Finally, what are some travel... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Gypos are normally fine just don't antagonise them (if you're from USA think of hillbillies).
Chemical engineering work you will prob find mostly around Dublin or up north, there is a large pharmecutical plant at the border in NI called Norbrook who are always looking people. (Although not sure how this will work with visas etc).
People are normally pretty alright if you're American try to keep your voice down (you guys talk really loud). Don't compare everything with the States unless asked a question... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
So I'm going to be in Japan from 01-19 July, around the Saitama and Tokyo areas. So I was wondering if anyone has any suggestions on places to visit or see that aren't really listed much in tourist information. Like, do you have a favourite shop to go to, or place to eat at? Even a park that you liked visiting. Anything really!
> be me traveling mexico > get credit card terminated by bank because of suspect withdrawals > no problem, i have my debit card with me > fast forward two weeks > debit card terminated because $1000 withdrawn from Texas > probably got fucked by Pemex employee or at random ATM > all I have is $100 cash
I... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>1130355 I once had trouble swiping my Metrocard in Newark to get on the Path and some nigger "helped me" by taking my card out of my hand, swiping me in, then gave me an empty card he was holding, effectively swapping with me. It happened too fast. Fucking Newark.
As the post states, i need to find a way to leave the country or lay low for quite awhile, potentially earning some sort of money to stay afloat. Any tips on the best places to acheive this? I was thinking Canada but without a passport card im not sure how id drive across the border. Any help/tips much appreciated.
Your best bet would be a commune or organic farm, don't know what state your in so cant say much more than that. But you can go live with some hippies for free if you'll tend their crops.
Crossing the border into Canada is a bad idea. Security has been improved, you would end up dealing with federal law enforcement, and Canada isn't an easy place to live as a non Canadian. Canada doesn't have anywhere near as much casual labor, there's really no landscaping or unskilled construction 4 months of the year.... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>Museum of Fine Arts Fucking huge with a lot to see. They have lots of rembrandt and a decent modern art section. Get there early, it's impossible to see everything in a day (free on Wednesdays also) >New England Aquarium Kind of shitty aquarium-wise but still fun >Revere Beach A short subway trip, this beach is actually pretty nice although the snootier locals tend to shit on it. Go to Kellys Roast Beef if you visit, it's a local classic. >Central... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Planning a trip to LA and will be coming in from I-210 heading west. Will be there for 3-4 days and was wondering If a trip to the Salton Sea is worth the detour. Heard good things about it from my friends. Should I go or not. I love exploring abandoned buildings in my home town and think it will be a great experience.
>>1129758 >>1129788 There are a lot of awesome abandoned buildings. I'd recommend Salton City, there are a lot of cool old buildings there.
As for Slab City, it can be a pretty dangerous place. Slab City and the nearby town of Niland are probably the most dangerous place I've ever been. People live there to be away from authority for a reason. People go missing there all the time. It's the only place I've ever been where someone tried to fight me.... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
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