>>1119290 If you're going to Perugia, no reason not to take take along a towel and swimming trunks and spend an afternoon at Lago Trasimeno. This depends on when you're going, of course. Go to San Marino. It's meme-tier, but at least you'll be able to say you've been there. I'm Italian and I haven't ever. Assisi is also nice, but kind of small. Ravenna is supposed to be nice, but it's just on the outskirts of your red line. Where will you be staying, exactly? Will you have a car, or will... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Originally I was going to go July 7th to the 14th with a friend of mine, but she was just told by her boss that because she went home at the beginning of the month, that she can't go.
That being said, anyone feel like traveling with a stranger? We could cut the days. Less than seven if you prefer. We could see the sights. Mingle. Party. I would just prefer we establish a connection of sorts. Yeah?
If you haven't already booked your lodging. I highly recommend Generator Venice hostel. I stayed there over New Years and it was awesome! Very well maintained, friendly staff, pretty good location too.
Eurofag here, my gf is from a rural city nearby San Salvador.. We might decide to spend a month in august over there... has anyone ever been there? Any advice? What is the probability that I'm not gonna make it home alive?
What is the most friendly country for hunters to move to in europe. (Also the most gun friendly.) American here curious to see what the most gun friendly and hunting friendly country there is.
When I think hunting we are talking practical animals and varmints... hare, raccoons (do they exist in europe?), boar, deer, pheasant. Anything beyond that is stupid to hunt (bear, moose, etc...waste of time and endangering species.)
For practicality i can give you an idea what it is in the states. Midwestern states around the corn belt are very loose about... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>1118200 Pole here and I can't say I'm surprised. There's quite a few hunters here, but more importantly, it's a hobby ridiculously overrepresented among politicians. This results in a strong lobby with a keen interest in keeping the law hunter-friendly.
>>1118169 I know that the Czech Republic and Switzerland are both pretty gun-friendly. I don't know about hunting laws there, but I know that their gun laws are a lot looser than anywhere else in the EU, I believe.
I'm gonna be in the country for about a week in June. Was originally planning on popping over the border to Kyrgyzstan, but since getting a visa for Kyrgyzstan is a pain in the ass I'm probably only going to be in Kazakhstan.
I'll fly into Almaty and will probably fly out of Astana a week later. Are the two cities any interesting? Where is the most interesting nature?
>>1116708 Most interesting nature is in the north east, but that's not really accessible so I suggest you spend your time in the southern parts.
Almaty is the best for a mix of nature, city and night life and a good point to do day trips from.
Check out the mountains behind the city (pic related) just a short bus trip from the city center, make a trip to Charyn Canyon, (the Grand Canyon Jr) , visit some of the lakes, eat some horse and drink some kumyz at the green bazaar and get drunk with some Kazakh men... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Aralsk is the former port of the Aral Sea, but the Soviets fucked up by draining most of it. Now it's creepy as fuck, like a desert with decaying buildings, but people still live there. Look for the abandoned airport.
From Aralsk, you can see Vozrozhdeniya Island, or just "Voz." It has an abandoned Soviet base there which was used to test biological warfare on. The official story is that all of the smallpox has been removed (there were several large rusting tanks), but many people doubt it; People have found piles of petri dishes abandoned on the ground.... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Is there a website that allows you to view airfare prices for a certain ticket, depending on what country you live in? Or is that practice just a myth?
For example: I live in NYC. I want to buy a roundtrip ticket from NYC to London. When I go to a website like Expedia, the website logs that I have a NYC IP address and therefore gives me the rate of $1300 roundtrip. However, I get on a Argentina proxy, go back to Expedia, which logs my IP from Argentina and the airfare is now only $900
When I was booking a flight back to the United States from India, I noticed that, when I had my fares set to INR and my country as India, I was getting rates which were at least $100-$200 less than when I had USD and the United States set as my currency and country, respectively.
Planning to spend 3 days in eastern France with the gf over Christmas while visiting her family nearby in Germany for a few weeks, and looking for advice.
Looking most closely at Dijon, but also considering Besançon and Nancy. What can /trv/ recommend? Not looking to go much farther afield than those cities, so something within that vicinity would be perfect, if not those places. Will likely be going via train, but we may be able to borrow a car.
>inb4 Strasbourg; spend Christmas 2014 there. Awesome city, but looking for something new this time.
>>1120375 I've spent a lot of time in Switzerland and would prefer to check out France for this trip, but cheers m8.
We've gotta choose one, and are trying to figure out which is nicest/most interesting. I'd really like to enjoy some Burgundian food, good wine, beautiful architecture, and frankly spend time in a quieter French city.
Dijon is nice and can be visited in a day. If I were you I'd rent a car and spend another day in the vineyards between Dijon and Beaune and in Beaune itself (nice historical center, with a beautiful Notre Dame church and a 15th century hospital). Then on a third day you could either take a train to Auxerre, still in Burgundy which perfectly fits your description of a quieter French city with beautiful architecture. It has a very well preserved medieval center and two major gothic churches (St Germain Abbey and St Etienne Cathedral), with wall paintings from the 9th... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Im going to Europe un july and debating as to whether or not I should take my longboard with me. Im from a 3rd world latinamerican country so I easily use this thing on any hill I want and as a means of transportation and nobody gives a fuck but I hear about how Europeans are all strict and stuff regarding this type of thing so im worried I wont even be able tu use it to get from point A to point B which is what I've been planning. So my question is, for any of you who have experience, will I be able to use my longboard as a means of transport in Europe ( as in being able... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>1119210 I actually used to think this about people before I started using one and even after buying one i'd ride it at night and such were i wouldnt be seen which is a lot dorkier. Eventually realized its kind of dumb to concern yourself with how you look to other people. Its a pretty fun way of getting around and couldnt recomend it more. once you get a feel for it and do some hills its hard not to fall in love with them
>>1119110 Not op but I recently moved to the UK on a work visa and managed to secure an apartment without a job by paying 6 months of rent in advance. It was a shit ton of money but I couldn't think of any other way for people to rent to my unemployed ass.
There's two of us cycling from Helsinki to Nordkapp >ferry to NL >drive a van to DE >ferry to LV >leave van at a garage for repairs >bus and a ferry to Helsinki >cycle the crap out of FI and NO >arrive at Nordkapp >whatever goes on the way back At least that's the plan. Last year I had a thread where I... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Do I need to inform the highway patrol if I'm going to bike from one state to another in the USA? I was told that I needed to state my intentions to the police. I checked google, nothing related was available.
First time here, sorta trying to plan a trip I could do as soon as possible, but am not sure of how to do it. First off, I'm a poor student looking to travel as cheaply as possible. That means hitchiking, camping, and whatever else free/cheap means of travelling there can be. I'm in Canada, in the East, and my plan would be to cross the country, most likely hitchiking the whole way to the west coast, and from there, hop on a ship to Asia.
Now here's my question. I, of course, have this maybe very romantic idea of showing to the docks and... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
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