>>1097706 The Los Angeles area has good areas and bad areas. Tourist-wise, the best attractions are themed attractions like Disneyland, Universal Studios, etc. Other good ones are Knott's Berry Farm and Six Flags Magic Mountain. The studio tour at the Warner Bros. Studio is suppsoed to be very good, and I have ehar that walking the Hollywood Walk of Fame is intensely boring and a waste of time.
>>1097433 Have you tried Google? This question comes up from time to time here, usually posed by somebody who thinks it will be a cheap way to travel. (It is not it generally costs more than air travel for a given route.) But many cargo ships have a stateroom or two for passengers that can be "rented," and last time this came up there were a couple of sites for booking them that came up on Google.
So I will have a small 4 days vacation in April. I'd like to go somewhere in Europe. I am not a partygoer, I never hang out at night so I don't care about nightlife. I mostly want to visit for history and museums. I also like nature (especially birdwatching) but I don't think 4 days are enough. I was thinking about Stockholm or Helsinki, but I wonder if it's the best to keep these two once I have enough time so I can drive around?
What's the best place to go for 4 days?
I will exclude these European cities because... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Thinking about going to Singapore for a week (or two?) in June. What would I be getting myself into? I'm primarily interested in exploring new cities, photography, and culture. Don't know fuckall about Singapore aside from "don't break the local laws or you'll get your ass caned in front of the whole world."
Honestly, that's way too long. There is little culture in Singapore aside from consumerism and materialism. Sure, they have various museums and such, but it's a fabricated culture with little cohesion.
Use Singapore as a base, where you can travel to other SEA nations from. You'll be fine with 3-4 days in Singapore total, it's tiny, expensive and as mentioned above, not a whole lot to see or do except look at buildings or gambling perhaps.
Maybe I'm tainted, lived here for 20 years, currently in bangkok to escape and recharge.
I know I know it sounds childish and all. But sometimes playing a few games while waiting for your flight, at the hostel or just at a cafe just feels good. Certain games work very well when travelling. Some games actually bring lots of people together and bond. So which games you guys play when travelling? I usually play cards. The game gin is nice and quick yet not too random.
99 is a fun travel game with deck of standard cards. Various rules variations can be Googled, but it requires minimal concentration, is simple to learn and play, and you can add or lose players without messing things up
I'm planning on going to Mallorca next summer. Any tips on the hotel position in order to have a mix of good sea and nightlife? I'd like an hotel not to far from Palma De Mallorca. Could the area near Can Pastilla be a good choice?
Can Pastilla is at the end of the long boulevard, so basically the beach ends there and there's a marina. If I were you I would go a bit more to the east side of the boulevard, but not too far (El Arenal is rather shitty). Also mind that the part near Mega Park is entirely german tourists oriented.
Argie here. In my experience only leftists and nationalist idiots hate british people In fact most people won't give a fuck about it But just In case keep it to the touristic places and don't step In any poor town, they tend to be full of leftist
I need to "find myself" and to do this I want to go and live in the wilderness and prove to myself that I can survive. So does anyone know any good places to do this, where I can live off the land in complete solitude. If possible in a snow forest without bears.
hey /trv/ might be going to new york soon, I love big cities and want more than anything to see all the sights and learn and play and work it up in an international and multicultural and business city of the world like new york I might be going there for a few weeks or months please help me /biz/ what should I do I really want to live and see and be in and out new york
>>1097849 anyway, I'll let you know a few things I've learned from visiting. Firstly, to get a decent view of the city you don't have to pay a load of money to go up the empire state building, the world trade center, or the rock. In fact, I would never recommend going up the empire state building, cause then you wont see the empire state building. Of the three I would say the Rockefeller tower is the best, cause you are pretty much in the middle, you can see central park, the financial district, the esb, and pretty... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
So I'm thinking of planning a trip around the country with an Amtrak USA rail pass for next year. They cost a little under $500 and are good for 8 different segments over a period of up to 15 days.
Does anyone have any experience specifically with a USA rail pass? Apparently they are only good for coach seats, so it certainly wouldn't be ideal, but 8 segments could possibly get me to Cleveland, DC, New Orleans, San Antonio, Los Angeles, Emeryville (near Oakland I guess) and Chicago, plus all the sights to see along the way - All for $500 (for... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>1096708 Well, OP, amtrak has some more luxurious and scenic routes, such as the commuter rails of the northeast, the silver zephyr, VA to FL autotrain, and so on. Think about train travel (and the location of stations) being about the lousiest place in town crimewise maybe the same tier as Greyhound in lots of stations, and that you will want some money to get around and sightsee, like a taxi from this shit part of town. If this budget of $500 is the only real selling point, consider that I took American round trip from Miami-Chicago... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>1096726 The money isn't really the selling point, I really wanna see the country up close. I never did it before because the roomettes are so expensive and I wasn't sure if I wanted to spend big money to only see a little bit. The idea of going to various parts of the country and seeing everything in between makes the trip sound more appealing.
The main routes i had in mind were the california zephyr and coast starlight (from LA to emryville mostly), but I also wouldn't mind seeing the capital and travelling... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Hey /trv/ it's been awhile since I visited this board.
Anyway, I'm planning a road trip for this summer from Virginia to California, but I want to campout at night rather than sleeping in my car or renting a motel. Are there any websites or do you all know of any good campgrounds that I can campout at? Any tips or warnings?
>>1097457 California has quite a few in the central northern areas, keep in mind that the ones inside Parks will usally not have hook ups (they're reserved for the people who volunteer to manage the area)
>>1096648 It's fucking embarrassing and cringe worthy, isn't it? Will your internet friends not believe that you've traveled somewhere unless you have photographic evidence?
In the Vatican, moronic tourists would spend two seconds looking at a piece of art that probably took decades to finish, snap a selfie, and then move on to the next one so they could get to McDonalds before closing time. No appreciation of what they were looking at whatsoever. Why bother traveling in that case?
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