>>1124420 I'm flying out tomorrow! Note sure I'm going to do yet :O first trip I haven't really planned much beyond my first three days. I, too, would love some advice about hiking or trekking! Does anyone know any good companies to go on outings with?
>>1124191 I live in Coronado, CA and the Hotel Del Coronado is pretty famous for being top of the line in terms of "beach-side luxury" and San Diego has tons to offer. Might be biased because I love living here but its a suggestion.
What are the restrictions on flying international flight on an ultralight aircraft? Specifically from the states to canada then to Ireland and back? What documentation would you need and where would you have to check in for customs and such?
>>1123965 In America you're not supposed to fly an ultralight father then 50 miles from where you took off. They're also limited to 5 gallons of gas.
If you really want to do it look into a sport pilot license, that way you can carry enough gas to get somewhere. Also, float planes for flying over the ocean, but they need calm water to take off again.
Every time a Cuba thread is posted, the only recommendations I ever see are "walk around Havana" or "eat pizza at XYZ" or "the beaches are nice"
Is there anything salvageable about this dumptruck of a country? Why go to Cuba when there's a million other beach-like destination islands nearby with better nature, more activities to take part in, and better sights and museums?
>>1123865 The truth is that if you want an all inclusive beach resort vacation you will find better quality elsewhere in the Caribbean. The all inclusive stuff in Cuba is okay, but mid-tier at best because the food is terrible. Perhaps this is slowly changing since the U.S. lifted the embargo, but I went 4 years ago and with small exceptions the food was disgusting. What I did find incredibly interesting was going to art galleries/shops and leAfing through the prints in boxes out of the main thoroughfare. I found some paintings... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>1123865 As a Miami native, but who isn't hispanic, I grew up with enough political asylum citizens back with Batista and with Castro both. I will not give a single dollar to their government (or the men who operated the hotels) as a tourist, and I don't think it's entirely safe either, you're jailed just for being in a vehicle that had a car accident. There isn't going to be a true embassy with true relations to protect travelers who get into any trouble for a long time. Though I won't go yet,... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>1123865 As far as food goes, it might be better now than >>1123896 experienced 4 years ago, because a recent starvation issue gave a bit of relaxation on some of the restrictions and entreprenuers who supplement their incomes with in-house restaurants from their own gardens have been given some leeway. They were starving afterall. But old fashioned cuban food? Not the really good stuff like you can get in miami, with rice that uses real saffron or platter sized palomilla steaks... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
So what's the rundown on prostitution in Vienna? I'm here for a month studying and I know there's some places to go. But I thought I heard it was technically illegal and I don't want to be going anywhere too shady.
>>1123809 >But I thought I heard it was technically illegal and I don't want to be going anywhere too shady. it's not. If you go to the Gürtel, there's plenty of places left and right (usually easily recognizable). If you have a car, you can pick up a hooker on the Ausstellungsstraße around Prater. I also heard good things about the FKK Saunaclub Golden Time though I've never been myself
I am in Vienna now, and was at FKK Goldentime yesterday. Would recommend. It works just like FKK clubs in Germany. Pay 90eur to get in, then for sex acts with a girl it's 60eur starting, and 50-60 more for extras like come in mouth.
So I'm going to travel to Tampa and the surrounding areas sometime soon, just wondering if you think it's worthwhile or if I'm going to find myself bored out of my mind like I did in Orlando. I plan to cross the Sunshine Skyway but I don't know of anything else specific yet.
I was there for only five days but it was a very great time, rented a car and drove around and thought the landscape was fantastic. I would tie it into a trip with Iceland (I flew in and out of rekyavik) and do them both, if you have to choose, prob Iceland is cheaper and more worthwhile, but I really loved FI
I like going to new places and won't bother traveling if I don't have at least a week to spend in any given country. I've been trying to explore more of Latin America since my first visit last year and am currently on a quick ten-day trip. However, I don't have any guilt about going back to the same few spots over and over again. I've been to Turkey a handful of times since 2013 and have been to India five or six times as well. I've had friends in real... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
i prefer spending a short time in a lot of places. i don't socialize well with strangers and i don't make new friends easily, and i'm okay with that, so i don't feel the need to spend a lot of time in one place to get "in" with the locals and learn all the small secrets of an area.
that being said, i do have a respect for people who like to really get in-depth in just a few countries or cultures.
>>1123415 I prefer to spend a long time in each place because it's 1) less stressful - I fucking hate travel days and I don't understand how people can pick up and go every other day and not want to kill themselves 2) more rewarding - I don't think you can really experience any city worth visiting in 1-2 days. I try to do at least a week and even then I realize I'm barely scratching the surface
But to each his own. I can see the benefits of traveling widely and quickly, but I can't fucking... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
And by best history I mean best *visible* history. my choices: >Nature Scotland, no doubt. If I ever visit Sweden I might reconsider. >History Catalonia because of all the untouched -- literally -- medieval villages. Places like Besalu and Vic are basically what you're hoping to see when you visit Europe. With less tourists than, say, Carcassonne. >Food Prague >People All UK countries except England >best... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>1125074 I'm 19 and I solo traveled to Szczecin, Krakow, and Wroclaw. I also solo traveled through Warsaw on my way to Ukraine. Poland is absolutely safe in every way. iirc Poland has lower violent crime rates than western Euro countries. It's basically a poorer version of Germany that's catching up quite quickly. 10 years ago my answer might have been different but Poland in 2016 is quite safe.
What are the (objectively) best beaches and beach towns in Europe?
I'm going to a wedding in July in the land of Swedecucks and then me and my fiance are planning on taking her parents and sister's family to a nice beach town or beach area in Southern Europe. This shit is going to cost us a ton of money ($10,000+) so please be as objective as possible. We are also willing to drop some more cash for a place that isn't insanely crowded. We are open to anywhere as far west as Portugal or as far east as Greece, as long as the water and beaches are clean, warm,... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
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