Im going to italy soon with my college i will be staying in the bay of naples. the places that i am visiting will be The island of Capri, mount Vesuvius and pompeii any of you have any advice for the me about the culture food etc
Im going to Bullhead city this week and I was wondering what things are around the area I can do. any expieiencces in the Arizona and Nevada area? Are there any cool or interesting stops on the way there? thanks in advance.
>>1091598 Yeah thats what I've been told, sadly I have to go for a event happening and I just need the best of it. Yeah I was thinking the Hoover Dam, what about the Grand Canyon? Also any cool abandoned stuff around there? I'm into that stuff. thanks
hey /trv/ I'll be going to Vegas sometime next week on a family trip. This will be my first time going. Do you guys have any advice of what my group can check out? This considering we have two kids with us
>>1091467 Dude, there are literally hoards of random guys handing out flyers and business cards to hire prostitutes. Half naked women posing for pictures. Degenerate gamblers LITERALLY BEGGING FOR MONEY EVERYWHERE YOU GO! Drug dealers on every corner. Slot machines in the fucking grocery stores and gas stations. Open alcohol is also legal. So you have drunks everywhere too.
Just avoid the strip and go to Freemont Street, DuPars has a great after midnight pancake deal.
Visited: Tunis (Capital), Sidi Bou Said, Carthage, La Marsa Did not visit: a lot more locations worth visiting (due to no proper prior research). ex: Sousse, Monastir, Gafsa, Tozeur/Douz, Gabes, Djerba, Hammamet,
One of the more liberal muslim countries, alcohol is fairly openly consumed, prostitution is legal and regulated Some high profile movies have been shot there, Star Wars set is still in place, Indiana Jones films
My experience was... fairly wild. There aren't many safety nets (with me coming from... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>1091362 Location review (geographically using the TGM train line that connects them, they're 40 minutes apart using it):
Tunis: Very alive, dirty and smelly. Sometimes good, sometimes bad smells. There's an old city in the geographical center, the "medina", very fun to navigate because it's a big confusing, smells of spices, herbs, perfumes and stuff. Shiny golden-looking things everywhere. And cats (they're treated like vermin though). There's also a European-ish part around the... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Hello friendpais, I am traveling to Washington DC next week from the west coast. I arrive Thursday around noon, am booked Friday with work, and have all day Saturday open. What are some things >to do >to avoid doing >also is DC a real sweet tea state Google searches mostly turn up the regular stuff people do, which is cool, just wanted to see I'd anyone has any more tips
>>1091087 I suggest you check a social calendar, and some top ten lists of stuff to do. Favorite museums include spy and newseum, and the Udvar-Havey air museum if you are close to Dulles. If you haven't done the Smithsonians, they're free, just walk in and beeline to your interests. Washingtonian magazine is your source for events and exhibits currently in progress. Search through it for restaurant reviews. http://www.washingtonian.com/ Yelp and other food reviewers are highly used in the region (techie population).
This is a quality steak restaurant mecca since its popular with lawyers and foreign nationals getting wined and dined, as well as unusual ethnic foods (most diverse population in america). Get your pho or bahn mi, your ethiopian, your pub grub, farm to table, burgers, or gourmet southern. Highest per capita income in some zip codes in the country, so lots of things to buy (incl restaurants). There's awesome groceries like Dean & Deluca, great local chains, good coffee (and tea!) houses, and nice high tea choices. I'm sure you'll be offered sweet tea as much as unsweetened as a choice. It's the South, but it's a fit town too. I always dine in Arlington at Ray's Hellburger, every visit, if I do only one thing, that'll be it. I suggest you seek out what is unusual for you at home.
>Art institute >360 Chicago at Hancock building, wait at sears tower is too long. >Buckingham fountain >Cultural center in downtown has some good information >Walk around some of the cooler neighborhoods in the city like Hyde Park, Wicker Park, Logan Sqaure, Old Town, etc. >Ride the el around downtown at least once. >Do some architectural tours around the city,... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>1089045 I started vegan diet in january, and I'm trying to chose a destination for this summer, and since I don't want to bother everyone every time we go in a restaurant, and ending in a place where the only vegan/vegetarian stuff is salad...
I'm Australian and want to take one flight out and travel virtually anonymously from this point on - i mean to not be traced.
i understand europe would be my best bet? but once you start going outside of the EU i assume it gets difficult? on the other hand, how easy it it to travel between Canada and America? i assume once you're in mexico you would definitely be traced at America at the border?
forgive my ignorance, but isn't there a tonnes of places you could cross the border from canada to US that's not patrolled? same goes with any other national borders. i do know that the border between mexico and america is heavily policed, but other than that wouldn't it be fairly easy anywhere else?
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