I don't know too much about Eastern Europe, but I have been to Krakow. I would absolutely go there. It's got a lot of culture. There's a neat castle and town square. It has decent nightlife if you're into that. The famous salt mines are really close too. I liked Krakow much more than Warsaw for what it's worth.
Most patches of grass in downtown Denver have homeless white people sleeping on cardboard. Finding a flophouse shouldn't be that difficult, but since nearly all of the homeless are white you're going to need to like opiates and/or meth. If you want cheap tract housing you'll be looking up and down I-25 but if you want to get high by yourself under the stars then look near the Utah border. There's a 100+ mile stretch of I-70 with no gas stations where you can grow mushrooms and ingest research chemicals in survivalist peace.
Hi there, I'm not much of a traveler myself but I visit this board fairly often.
I'd like to ask if anyone uses software for planning their trips?
I'm a software developer with intrest in logistic algorithms, and I've been wondering would people be interested in software that would allow them to pick a bunch of towns and find an optimal route for several criteria(cost, least time spent enroute).
The thing is, also it sounds easy, but finding a good solution for a problem of covering a set of cities is difficult and optimal routes... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
I'd be very interested in that as a traveler and frankly there's probably some monetization potential if you could make that as an app and slap some ads on it.
I'm still a CS student so this might be impractical, but that sounds like something that a genetic algorithm would excel at for the larger problem sizes. Semi-randomly generate a first generation based on physical distance, give the user the option to choose between faster and more optimized pathing (fewer or more generations). I've never actually implemented a genetic algorithm but I've... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>1064055 This isn't the board for tackling Traveling Salesman Problem on. Talk to /g/.
But research more first, you clearly haven't thought about this enough to start asking for help.
Secondly, no one goes on 65 city holidays anyway. I've travelling to every major city in China and that's only 40. Where the fuck else would you be talking about? Every state capital in the USA is less than 65 and who does that kind of trip?
There are all sorts of heuristic simplifications that you could... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
I have questions for those who bike for vacation. I will be biking a total of 3 weeks. We estimate approximately 8 hours total per day for biking distance. We have stops in between but our stops are not at any locations, just mile markers.
How do I eat and drink without carrying lots of weight? We will be staying at hotels at night most nights. At most, we will need a day and a half of food and water in the event of an emergency.
What stretching do I need to do after each ride/during breaks? What additional exercise should I be doing to keep my legs from becoming... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
You sound like you have zero idea what you're doing and have done zero research about it. Basically, you're looking to have /trv/ hold your hand every step of the way. I think the best advice anyone can offer you is this: If you have to ask what the price is, you can't afford it.
>>1064016 I'll give you a Southern China Airlines story
>returning to Australia from Germany >have a 24 hour stopover in Guangzhao in China >no visa, so i'm stuck in the airport. I ask if they can't get me on an earlier flight >they can get me on the red eye flight which leaves in 1.5 hours, but can't guarantee that they can find my luggage and load it onto the earlier flight >they manage to sort out my luggage without any hassles >manage to get onto the plane at final call, literally the last man on >realise I forgot to ask for an exit row or extra leg room, i'm 6'6 so this is essential >walk past the extra leg room row which is filled 5' asian grandmothers whose feet can barely touch the floor >I squeeze between an Asian business man and a fat, probably autistic asian >my knees are digging into the seat in front of me, my shoulders are above the head rest >6 hours of uncomfortableness with captain autismo next to me having night terrors
really pissed of the woman in front of me when she couldn't relax her chair. didn't stop the bitch from trying though. Fucking Asians.
I want to travel to Toulouse to visit my fiancée for about a year or so but unfortunately I don't have that much money. I want to get the cheapest flight I can and that is Turkish Airlines. Is Turkish Airlines dangerous or safe ?
New year's eve in Baltics. I'll be probably spending new years in Lithuania. Any suggestions? Basically anywhere in Baltics or nearby (Poland?) is OK. Non standard ideas are awaited. It'll be 3 mixed gender friends.
I'm a pharmacist in Australia. Managed to find a job despite the fact that the job market is saturated. What I love is teaching though. I took part in teaching voluntary programs during summer and I really enjoyed them, and I find teaching much more rewarding than my current job as a pharmacist. Is a career change (i.e. becoming a high school teacher) worth it?
My parents taught for their careers, and they think that it is ridiculous how I am thinking of this career change.
Another question: I have citizenship in another country. I am interested in working... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>1063918 Did you ask the exact same question on here recently?
Pharmacists make a lot more money than teachers do. Why not work as a pharmacist for a few more years, get some contacts in a local university and try teaching courses there? High school teachers have it pretty rough for the most part.
>>1063967 Yes but I don't think you replied. I really hate studying Pharmacy. I really don't want to go to grad school and study more courses related to Pharmacy. Well I think I can earn enough to live comfortably as a teacher even though I earn less than a pharmacist, so the decrease in salary does not matter that much. I can also work in international schools and travel the world and these schools pay pretty well.
They have to quit their jobs in their homelands and there is no guarantee that they will get their jobs back. Why would a firm hire someone who quit their jobs for a year or two? They will probably forget what they learned. Why don't these people just travel during their holidays if they want to see the world? Becoming an ESL teacher makes no sense.
>They have to quit their jobs in their homelands and there is no guarantee that they will get their jobs back. Many people do it directly out of university. There's no guarantee of anything in life. No guarantee you won't one day regret your commitment to the rat race. No guarantee you won't die tomorrow.
>Why would a firm hire someone who quit their jobs for a year or two? Why not? This isn't some fucking rule.
>They will probably forget what they learned. Why?... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>1063894 >No guarantee you won't one day regret your commitment to the rat race. No guarantee you won't die tomorrow. What are the chances of thaf happening? Very unlikely? It is a waste to just go teacg ESL abroad when you can progress onwards towards a nice job. >Why not? This isn't some fucking rule. Think about it. Let's say a Law graduate can't find a law job after graduation. His chances of finding one in future years is very unlikely. Who the fuck will hire him instead of a local graduate? >Yup I'm gonna forget everything I learned about finance in 4 years of college just because I sang songs to some kids in Taiwan for a year. See above. >Because traveling alone is a net loss of money while teaching pays you? But you can find a well-paid, stable job which pays WAY more than teaching English abroad.. >You make no sense, and on top of it you are clearly that pertinacious ESL hater that has showed in the last couple threads. Dude, give it a rest. Who?
Not all our lives revolve around ruthlessly chasing careers and money and whatever yuppie lifestyle your soulless boring bitch ass Chinese parents beat you into wanting. Just imagine it, graduating uni and going straight into working 9-5 to afford your studio apartment and $10 beers at some shitty inner city pub just to be desirable to other pretentious cunts when you could be living free, watching the Ganges roll by or camping in the Sahara. Stay pleb mother fucker
What do in Paris? Saw most of the main sights already. Interested a lot in history, French Revolution, theatre and especially everything free/cheap. Where can I eat without going bankrupt? Thanks /trv/
>Interested a lot in history, French Revolution, theatre and especially everything free/cheap. When it comes to theatre very few things are cheap in Paris, let alone free. if you have been in the big museums already, start to dig deeper. I'd recommend the Cluny museum for medieval art, great collection, beautiful building, free for students. >Where can I eat without going bankrupt? 15th arrondissement, arround the Pernety metro station.
1st of all, Cluny is pretty boring. I would say go to Musee Carnavalet and Musee de la chasse et de la nature, both in Marais. Musee de l'Homme has also just recently reopened if you didn't see it yet.
Why would you go to 15th, it's fucking insanely boring. There are a lot of places around Belleville or Strasbourg St. Denis for example where you can eat for a decent price, and it's way more interesting area than the 15th. Also Le Comptoir General next to... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>1063886 >Where can I eat without going bankrupt? Rue Mouffetard, Latin Quarter. It's not all cheap, it has some expensive places but also lots of mid-range places if you want a 'genuine' french meal using the day's set menu. And lots of cheap baguette places for students.
hey guys and gals! my sweetheart and are are getting married in july and are planning on honeymooning at Disneyland. where is a good place to shop for tickets or passes? also any good tips on where to star and eat? thanks !
>>1064147 Well actually I guess it doesnt matter, but try to get tickets from someone who works there, they'll either give you a nice discount or even let you in for free because they're allowed to do that also, year passes are overrated and not worth in my opinion, Dland loses its touch after the 3rd time
>>1063856 Getting married in 2016 is a super bad idea. There will be cheating at minimum and please do not make another human to be raised by a single divorced mother. We have way too many of those as it is. Basically , just pls stop.
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