What's up /trv? I'll be going to Toronto this summer for a month. Can anybody there recommend me some interesting places and things to see and do? Also any warnings, things to avoid? Any info from Canucks would be cool. Cheers in advance.
Sorry m8, pretty much every month someone asks an open ended "what is there to do in Toronto" post and uses the same picture. Every. Fucking. Time. It's cyclical. In a month, there will be an identical thread with an identical picture and someone will give an identical response (Kensington market, St Lawrence market, rent a bike on Toronto island, go to Montreal instead) and it'll die a few weeks before the next one.
Long point on Lake Erie. Has public beach area and the beach on the campground but it's literally a 20 mile beach on a peninsula into the lake. Walk out of the campground border and you will be alone or rent a house on the beach and you will have your own in your backyard with very few people around.
I feel like this lists are making stuff up or they are being paid to list cities. I was reading the NY Times places to go in 2016 list the other day. It seemed like some pretty solid places at first, then Grand Rapids, Michigan at #20. Wtf, you can go anywhere in the world and Grand Rapids, MI makes the top 20. Its not even the most interesting city in that part of Michigan.
>>1090529 >everybody over the age of 5 speaks english. Everybody. >Don't piss all the money away, 1100 eur won't last as long as you think. >Find the cheap pub, drink there. 40 kr for a draft beer is reasonable, more than 50 is too much >memorize the word "stor stark", it means the cheapest, largest beer the pub offers. >Shop at LIDL or Netto, the food... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
The Mrs and I are considering a California trip. Probably in early September. We'll start and finish in either LA or San Fransisco. We'd either rent a car or a camper. Probably a car.
We both love nature, hiking, outdoor things and wildlife. So that should be the most of the trip. We want to visit Yosemite, Sequoia and Death Valley. What are the must see/do highlights of these parks? Where do we stay that's conveniently close to the things we should see/do?
Are we missing any other must-see national parks en-route? Don't bother... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>1090511 Yosemite is great, but it's expensive as hell to stay in the park. I'd recommend booking a hotel NOW (no kidding) as places fill up fast. I think the eastern side of the park is better for hiking (far fewer people) than the western side. A good place to stay (if you're not staying in the park) is Lee Vining; if you can't find a room there then Mammoth Lakes is also a good choice. Keep in mind that Yosemite is really big and it can take a few hours to drive east/west or north/south.
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Sydney's pretty fun, would love to live there someday. There's no shortage of things to do and/or see there. There's museums, historical buildings, go see an orchestra in the opera house, etc. Also plenty of diversity in food, you can even find Mexican food there. Oh, and definitely go to Bondi beach.
And also the public transport in Sydney is extremely well developed, so you shouldn't have too hard of a time getting anywhere. It's easy to get lost though.
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Chicago is my favorite city> I grew up there, lived my childhood on the south side (white), and have a lot of love for the place. It's been about a decade, a bit less since I lived there, but I'd like to move back sometime. I've lived on the near south side for a short while, but spent more time in Harvey and South Holland. What would be a good, somewhat affordable place to live? I've been digging Lakeview, would love to hear some advice from locals or people who live in the area.
Also, post Chicago stuff, I'm such a weeaboo for the city.
I'm from Adelaide, going to Bali alone for 3 or 4 nights on the way to India. First time ever overseas. How hard/easy is it to meet new people? Do I basically just have to walk up to a bunch of people in a bar and yell "SHOTS!"?
Any tips on somewhere good to stay? I'll be in Denpasar.
I'm new to all of it and kinda nervous. Any advice would be mucho appreciated.
Hello friends. I'm currently planning a trip across the US.
Planning 2 months free and go until I don't want to go anymore. I will be mostly sleeping in shitty hotels and staying in my car, and my goal is to plan very little and just go wherever I'm interested in at that point. I was looking for suggestions and tips on people who might have done similar. I will have enough money to last the entire time, but If you've done similar trips I'd be curious as to places you went and about how much you spent. Thanks friends!
>>1090280 Where are you starting from and which general direction would you want to go? I wanted to last year go from LA to Miami, would have been really cool but the issue was that it would cost a lot to rent a car and return it so far away.
I've done roadtrips all over the PNW from Vancouver to San Fran and Reno. Lots of great spots if you want to come out this way. I'll give you some pointers if you are heading this way. My favorite part of the States is Arizona, Nevada, Utah and NM. I've only been there... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>1090295 I'm starting in Portland, OR. I figured I'd maybe make a Circle-ish around the US. The biggest place I want to go is actually the southwest US, as I'm most interested in really exploring desert and more nature type of things. Thanks for the NM tips, those sound awesome!
If you're into nature and hikes, there's: -Olympic National Park, Washington -Glacier National Park, Montana -Great Sand Dunes Preserve, Colorado -Garden of the Gods, Colorado -Watkins Glen, New York -Zion National Park, Utah
>>1090185 You won't get into Berghain, don't even try. If you'll only be there with 2, maybe 3 days of free time, then you should just stick to the main attractions that Berlin has to offer because there is quite a lot to see. A quick google search of "Berlin" will show you all that you need to know.
>>1090399 >You won't get into Berghain im determined to try i really like electronic music
>. If you'll only be there with 2, maybe 3 days of free time, then you should just stick to the main attractions that Berlin has to offer because there is quite a lot to see. A quick google search of "Berlin" will show you all that you need to know. im from london so am already furnished for museums
So a friend of mine is visiting me in America and comes from a country where marijuana is highly illegal. I can count on my hands the number of times I've smoked but they really want to try it. Colorado is nearby me and I've never been so I suggested visiting Denver for a day or two.
So what are the laws like there regarding purchasing marijuana and other related products? Anything I should be aware of?
>>1090157 You have to be over 21, but then you can just buy in cash at any dispensary. Seemed pretty expensive.
Only big legal thing is make sure you don't leave with any. You'll be committing a federal felony the second you cross state lines. Neighboring states police forces know they can make a lot of money arresting people for possession on the wrong side of the border.
>>1090157 Other anon is right but forgot one pretty important thing. It is still illegal to smoke in public. So unless you have a friend in state that will let you smoke at their house you are pretty much stuck going to one of the marijuana clubs that have popped up
Last week I broke up with my GF and so now my travel plans are paper blank as well. I'll probably graduate from my Master's somewhere in July and while I am sure that I would like to 'go abroad', I have no clue where to go whatsoever! I hope you could give me some ideas. I come from the Netherlands.
I would like to use this travel trip to get to know myself better and to do stuff that I have never done before, like yoga, playing guitar and helping people improve their lives (help, development project) and try to write some songs.... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
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