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I need your help.
I'm an Irish lad and I've been going out with a Polish girl now coming up to 4 years now.


She's currently in Kielce right now, and I've planned a surprise visit.

So far, I've booked a flight from Dublin to Warsaw.
How the fuck do I make this journey to Kielce? I speak no Polish. I can't ask her for help because it's a 'surprise' of course.
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You'll need to find PKP-bus stop in Warsaw and then find which one goes through kielce, look for more than one So you may find the earliest one
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>>1143673
Thank you.

Would you know if Warsaw is English language friendly?
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>>1143678
You shouldn't have any problems with communication in the airport and in the city center. A lot of people speak english, but mostly young/middle aged people. A lot of people are extremely shy when it comes to talking english, but in general you shouldn't have any problems finding someone communicative in a few tries. I don't know about kielce though.

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Hey, I'm a Britbong who is going to go backpacking in Australia for six weeks from May - July 2017 who has a couple of questions:
Aside from the obvious, is there any, in your opinion, must see stops on the way up the east coast?
Also, since I will be going in the winter will the weather be unbearably cold or will it be comfortable for someone from Scotland?
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Ameribro here

spent a year working in 'Straya and I know few spots, but it really depends what youre into. It will be cold in the deep south but will be otherwise pleasant for you.

One thing I can tell you to do is go to Tasmania. It's literally my favorite place on earth. I spent a week there and it wasnt nearly enough. Do literally everything there.

Other than that, do the obvious. Go to the Great Barrier Reef and The Daintree Rain forest. Stay in Port Douglass and not Cairns. Cairns is Lad Central and the reef there is shit. Take a Quality...
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At least a few days in Fraser island are a must - try and avoid a huge tour group.
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>>1143512
Wow, thanks for all the detail! I must admit I hadn't really thought of staying in Tasmania but since you mentioned it, I will certainly look into staying there but I was originally planning on starting in Melbourne, flying to Sydney then working my way up to Cairns.

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I'm a German national that will attend a wedding in Montreal and stay there for 3-4 weeks starting in mid-September.
At one point I will be at a distant summer house, so I hope to catch some of that Indian Summer while hiking.
Any cool suggestions on what to do on the island?

My French ist B1/conversational but I still have a hard time understanding full-blown joual, so I will try to familiarize myself with the dialect in the 1-2 months of vacation I have before my arrival.

I'd also like to cross the American border to Vermont by bus(Burlington...
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>>1143405
You sound like a nerd. I suspect you have had fewer than 10 sexual partners, this makes you an awkward inexperienced child. Therefore you should avoid Quebec as they are all grown men who will laugh at your beta awkwardness.
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>>1143410
Who are you replying to?
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>>1143408
Visit the Plateau and the Mile End.
They're completely infested with hipsters but they're still fun neighborhoods.
3-4 weeks is a long ass time though if you stay in the city, I'd recommend going to enjoy the outdoors before the hunting season.

>Any experience with greyhound/megabus or bus trips in the US in general?
It gets the job done and it's cheap but mostly used by the lowest of the low kind of people.
Personally I'd take a car or a train...
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Anyone else here love travelling just to try new food?

By this I mean actually going out and trying food from the local area that you've never had before, or never had as good. Literally errbady who goes travelling says they do this, but very few push the boat out in my experience.

Singapore and Taiwan are definitely the best places for food in Asia that I've seen. Singapore has more variety than you'll find anywhere else, and cleaner (though can find a lot of less sanitised versions in Malaysia), and Taiwan has the freshest fruit I've ever...
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I don't travel for food by itself but I always love to try the local gastronomy whenever I go somewhere. This is why I get so pissed off with my friends when they'd rather eat something cheap to cut costs.
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>>1143369
Naw nigga I'm from Scarborough

We already have everything here
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>>1143382
My nigga my nigga my nigga my nigga

http://www.blogto.com/eat_drink/2015/03/economist_says_worlds_best_ethnic_food_in_scarborough/

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Share your experiences in Kiev.
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Bumping for interest. I really wanna go to ukraine but i got a feeling that it's a bit sketchy
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I spent about two weeks there this summer with my girlfriend. It seemed nearly every Ukrainian told me their favorite city is Lviv,but Kyiv was my favorite city in Ukraine.

Basically nobody there speaks English, so there is a huge language barrier unless you speak Russian or Ukrainian, and out of those two most people use Russian.

The best part of the city for me was Andriyivsky Uzviz, but it has a lot to offer...though it could all be seen in maybe 4 or 5 days.

Taxis are cheap as fuck, if you...
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>>1143363
>Russian or Ukrainian
ukraine have his own language ?
learning russian right now, i planned to visit russia and/or ukraine for increase my skills

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I think this board is best to ask my question. I was born in Berlin and often hear that many tourists come here and many people from all over the world actually move here to live here because of the reputation of the city. But what exactly is this reputation? I hear in the news that many young people from Israel move here, "creative people", we have now the highest number of inhabitants since 1944. I like my city for what it is but I never thought so many people would choose it over Paris, Rome, Budapest or whatever. Especially the tourists. I know we are the greatest...
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>>1143282
From my perspective, Berlin is popular because of the history it holds and how recently it was affected. I think the other attraction is it's perceived as safe compared to the eastern block, and has strong indications of the difference between east and west in a small space.

I'm going with friends late august and we're going to visit lots of the 'touristy' areas and it's just a cheap and easy, plus I've wanted to go back for quite a while now.

Do you recommend anything...
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>>1143297
There is actually much "people do not know about" here ;-) Are you interested in something special? Partys, theaters, museums, street festivals, quite places to chill? cheap or expensive? Where have you been last time already? And can you give me a somewhat more specific date?
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>>1143282
Berlin is a pretty nice city overall. Got a bit of everything, though it wouldnt be my top european city go visit, at all. Probably not even top 3 in Germany.

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Does anyone know volunteering or job opportunities in Barcelona for someone who doesn't have a degree and doesn't speak Spanish or Catalan? I've been backpacking through Europe for a while and would love to stay in Barcelona for half a year or so to do a language course. But I can only afford it if I find a job or a place where I can live for free.
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>>1143110
Are you serious? In a country with record youth unemployment rates?

Where are you from anyway? EU or outside?
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>>1143112
EU, yes I'm very serious
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>>1143110
Get some knee pads and some mouthwash then consult /biz/

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/Trv/let's (Anglos excluded), what does it feel like when you come across foreigners who can speak your mother tongue when traveling? Are you impressed, do you feel welcomed, or do you take it for granted? What is your native language btw?
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Polish
It does not happen, unless they're Ukrainians or Belorussians.
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i dont care
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Have not met such peoples yet. On a recent outbound flight I met a guy who was... French, living in England, but actually living in my country for a good amount of time and he had picked up on a lot, including the Cyrillic alphabet.

I was surprised at all the mundane places he has visited just mucking about in my country which I would never visit on my own just because there's nothing to see or do there.

Bulgarian. Would be cool, desu. I love speaking it.

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Hi /trv/,

this summer I traveled europe for a bit. I'm american, but i've barely seen my own country. I've seen DC (where i live), STL, ATL, New York, Vermont, Annapolis, and parts of central PA. I was planning on doing a solo roadtrip next summer in my car (oldass camry), but the transmission decided to fuck itself.

I wanna try to get out to the west. New Mexico, Northern Arizona, Colorado, California, Washington, etc. I'll probably spend next summer driving around there and seeing music, along with going to music festivals. I need a cheap...
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>>1143035
Sounds really like you should invest in a late model car something within 5 years of aging, and postpone this dream vacation that you think you can do in a vehicle that was only 2k (you won't even have safe expressway worthy tires on a car that cheap). About 8-10k is really the starting point for something within 10 years of age. If you need something to sleep in, I'd wouldn't suggest the Town Car/Vic idea, though they are comfortable rides, the seats don't fully recline. I would however suggest a smaller SUV or minivan where you would be unseen from dark tinted windows. You really shouldn't sleep in a vehicle though, puts you vulnerable to crime. But rather get a real camper you can lock yourself into, you know at a campground, with showers, security, no breaking of city ordinances.
P.S. Nothing beats the A/C of an older Camry. Fact. Fix it and forget it. Take a little 1k trip that doesn't include driving your car halfway across the country, but a $170 JetBlue flight instead.
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>>1143035
fix the tranny on the camry
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>>1143039
Why did you bother answering if you know nothing about cars

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Hello, you keks.

Most of the threads on here are about Europe at time of writing. Usually it's mostly Asia, I thought? Weird.

Anyway, I need ideas for off-the-beaten-path shit in Taiwan, HK and Macao. Never been to these places before but I'll be there soon and I guess I want to do more than just hit up museums, night markets, "famous" temples and all the usual shit you have all over Asia.

All help appreciated.
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>>1142889
Macao is only good if you plan to gamble. Other than that, its las Vegas on crack.
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Hk has a good bar scene. Do the pub crawl they have going on....either Friday or Saturday nights
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>>1142889

Can't suggest anything without knowing what you're intersted in

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Let's have another InterRailthread, ctrl + f no results.

I will be journeying by train from Bulgaria to Sweden next week.

My route will be: Sofia -> Budapest -> Katowice -> Berlin -> Copenhagen -> Stockholm.

Should I make reservations for the trains in advance or can somehow reserve them the day before or so?

I will have 800€ money by the time I leave. I'd pay 246€ for the 7-day InterRailpass.

Is there any unexpected expenses I should expect?

Do I need to pay any extra for the trains, for example for a bed?

Please...
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>>1142798
It will be much cheaper to use buses, local trains or blabalcar than pay 246 euro for Interrail. The only advantage of Interrail is that you don't have to research anything in advance.
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>>1142798
I mean buses are so much cheaper in comparison to fast trains. If money isnt an issue sure then fast trains are great.
But youre paying a fee for a seat reservation ie the fast trains with good conenctions.
I avoided these and it ended up being quite a mess and it was exhausting travelling days.
Download the app and compare what time difference it is and what the seat reservation costs (these vary depending on the length of your journey).
Buses arent as easy to plan but they usually end up being cheaper...
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Yeah, buses will likely be cheaper, but the trip will take longer and it'll probably be much less comfortable.
You're paying extra money for extra comfort and time.

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Need some advice /b/

So I'm going to travel to the UK from the United States next summer. I will be staying for a week to visit some friends.

I'm 18 and recently got a job, so I will be saving up until next summer.

Approximately how much would I need to save? I've never been on a plane and have got no idea where to start either. I was thinking $3500?

What do you think is a reasonable amount?
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/trv/ **
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>>1142577
Depends where you go.

$3500 will be enough for everything especially if you are staying with friends.

Where do they live and what do you plan to do?
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>>1142599
I'll be staying in a hotel in Wales.

Not sure what we'll do, maybe sightsee, go to a pub. Not sure

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Hola

i'm leaving my appartement for like 10 days and i was thinking using airbnb to rent it for that period of time.

I live in aix en provence in France it's quite tourristic in summer.

Iv never used it before, any one could give me some tips or any advice ?

i spent the day cleaning and rearenging stuff, moving shit from drawers to drawers, i'm kind of stressed about stom strangers creeping around my stuff
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Don't let strangers use your house.
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>>1142552

thanks for the input buddy
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>>1142542
I've stayed 6 different Airbnbs before any only 1 I think was a private apartment. All of the others were holiday rental flats. They came prefurnished with like 1 spoon and 1 fork, 1 towel, etc so you wouldn't steal anything. I had to register with my passport and sign a contract too.

The private apartment I stayed in was in Poland and happened to be the first Airbnb I had ever stayed in. I met some woman and her two kids who were going out of town for the weekend. I paid 11€ a night for the entire...
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>Just came back from Spain
>During two-week study abroad session I stayed with a host family
>Was hoping to become friends with them as I want Spanish-speaking friends to practice my Spanish with
>Host family turns out to be bed and breakfast like
>Unlike my previous host family, they didn't show us around town, never eat their meals with us, host a large number of students at the same time, etc
>Even...
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>>1142446
What part of Spain? Whose fault is what?
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>>1142449
I went to Málaga, Andalucia.
For example, was it my fault for having really high standards or was my host family really being cold towards us. Was it my fault for mentioning that I am disappointed with my host family a couple of times to my friends and family or was it my dad's fault for overreacting?
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A host family is supposed to act like a family toward you. Of course the relationship is meant to be personal. What kind of seedy program did you do this through? If you didn't get what you hoped to out of the experience, it's a failed program.

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Hey /trv/ I'm white and upper middle class, highly educated with a tech job. I currently like in CA and I'm getting tired of all the liberals around me and the US's catering to minority groups. I only speak English and am pretty bad at language. Where would be the best place to move to live comfortably in a cultured yet not-diverse environment?
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Non-big city England, Scotland or Ireland (Republic of).

You'll do fine with English in the Philippines but I don't think that's something you're lookin' for.
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I could definitely get along with the population of the UK after Brexit works and the migrant/islamification is over.

Philippines could work too as honestly Asians are just better looking white people.
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Asians are pretty good at not giving a shit about the feelings of minority groups and calling things as they are.

I recommend Taiwan as it's sort of a more cultured, refined China IMO. And I think it has the best looking Asian girls (Japan doesn't count, they don't have personalities) when you go there in person.

I'm educated, was at one of the major tech co's as a senior engineer, quit and have been traveling around the world for almost a year now. I don't think I can go back to the US after this, so I'll be looking at remote...
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Saw some weird ass shit today regarding a JetBlue flight and some Harriers
>volunteering at train museum with a friend
>walking into the building after gettting lunch
>2 fucking Harriers, bristling with missiles, fly over town really really low, as soon as they get over the river, they ascend like nothing I've ever seen at full tilt
>Guy I'm with is into plane stuff like I'm into train stuff
>checks app he...
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>>1142328
>Harriers
Lost me there. They send up F16s, not harriers.
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>>1142328
Do you know what kind of aircraft it was? 190 knots is very slow for an Airbus a320.
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>>1142328
Fighter planes are very, very loud. They were probably just practicing and completely unrelated to the airline plane.

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I want to travel to Germany, but I don't know much about the country. I can speak German, so is there anything else I can do? Any websites to use?
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>>1142315
www.google.com
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>>1142315
https://en.wikivoyage.org/wiki/Germany
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>>1142315
what do you want to see/do in Germany?
Every state has something different to offer.

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Has anyone here moved Germany for school? Are there any hidden pitfalls or unexpected things you figured out in the course of doing so?
I'm aiming for Berlin and I'm American if that helps.
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>>1142220
>aiming for Berlin
Wow great, what a shocker, just like 99% of your cuntrymen. Are you studying Feminist and Justice Studies or Street Theatre Set Design?
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>>1142239
I thought the most popular place for Americans to aim was Dresden or Juelich ;^)
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Jokes aside, engineering, and Berlin seems like the strongest prospect, but I'm definitely open to other cities.
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>>1142220
>Has anyone here moved Germany for school?
Yep, did so last summer.

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I'm not sure if I should even bother traveling. I'm a 21M Canadian that's never traveled alone before. I'm off school for 6 more months, and money isn't an issue.

In theory I've been bouncing ideas of somewhere in Asia that's not too poor or unusual, because I'm a noobie that could easily die, so maybe: South Korea, Thailand, Taiwan... But I feel like I'm going to go to these places, and just be completely unimpressed, and not enjoy it. Like I would be dragging myself through it. What do you guys think? Maybe I need a more...
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>>1140778
1) Either you really can't afford it despite your money-no-object claims, or you need depression treatment. To "not bother" with someone is kind of weird language to use. Overall a lot of critical words in this deal.
2) Maybe you should go to Japan, Singapore or Hong Kong. You seem like you would be bothered too much in your depressed state to witness anything too upsetting.
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>>1140783
No, uh, I have the money, about 80k. (I didn't say money was no object, I said it wasn't a issue.)

I was just wondering anyone had the experience of traveling for first time and being unimpressed (I thought maybe it was common). Or maybe there are people that had the some of my concerns and after they landed they were pleasantly surprised.

What's upsetting in South Korea or Taiwan just out of curiosity?
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>>1140778
First time I left the country was to South Korea. Had a miserable trip. I was unimpressed, as you put it. Everything was so superficial, and Seoul was essentially New York, and everything outside of Seoul was essentially Soviet-era, which would have been fine if I had not traveled to Korea for modernity. Went to China after that, and it was a complete 180.

I would not go to South Korea. It is too familiar.

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I'll be in Venice for 2 days, what should I see and do?
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>>1140564
walk around, sit down and have a nice drink.

If you want to do the queue, you can get into the big church.

Beautiful city. I recommend getting off the big streets & just walking around in some small alleys
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>>1140565
Yeah, and dont get caught by the tourist traps at St Mark's Square?
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>>1140564

Take the waterbus down the length of the grand canal at night and then walk back.

DO NOT pay to go on a gondolier - one of the biggest fucking tourist traps in existence and ridiculously priced for what is essentially a very short boat ride.

Take a half-day trip to Murano and admire the glass works.

Just walk around a lot and enjoy the small avenues and winding pathways.

This time of year it's going to be hot which you might find unpleasant - there'll also be a fair amount...
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Why is England so fucking depressing? I'm here visiting and the country is nice, it is developed, there is a high quality of life, but everything here is so fucking SAD. People here are polite, but cold as fuck, and you can feel some tension or repressed aggressiveness in them. Can anyone please tell me what the deal is or is it just me?
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>>1139401
I don't know if this is bait, but English behavior is normal. Would you prefer some parts of America where strangers walk around acting like they're on coke?
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>>1139407
It's not bait. I'm in Bristol at the moment and everything is so fucking dreary here. I can't explain it. It is nice, and developed and everything but there is like this bad energy everywhere. And it really can't be just the weather as I have lived in Canada in the past, and it is a very nice country to live in.
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>>1139407
Sorry that you're so afraid of normal friendliness mate

I went to Italy and you could talk to strangers there too. I think it's when you get far enough north, like 50 N maybe the oppressive weather just depresses everyone

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How do i not piss off German people?

I have had three altercations with people in Berlin today, two because I had a frown on my face and they thought I was giving them a dirty look and the third because someone asked for my number and I said I'd only be able to message them when I get to wifi, after which they called me an asshole and said I was leading them on and wasting their time and that I should be truthful

Some bitchy middle aged woman looked at me and smirked too

None of the shopkeepers smile at all or try to be helpful

And everyone...
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Mention the war a lot they love it
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>>1137328
I second this, also make sure to remind them if what they did, this will help keep them humble.
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Remind those fuckers that America saved their fucking asses in the war.

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I work for a Hotel managed by a major corporate chain. Ask me anything.

Spoilers: the answer is always "because we can't trust you filfthy apes with anything"
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>>1133394
How do you handle unpaid-for guests of the customers, if at all?
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>>1133400
Whomever stays in a room with a guest is their business. They accept responsibility for their guests behaviours if they are in the room with their permission. Rates are by the room, not the guest # - sales just uses the guest numbers to track and analyze shit. That being said there are limits on the number of people who can be in a room of a certain size or type, but this is dictated by your states fire safety code. Ex. Our single kings can have a max of 5 occupants, I believe, legally.
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>>1133394
Ever fucked any lonely MILFs? Or been asked to cuck some bald fat loser's wife? Or ever boned the Honduran maids?

Hey /trv/. Recently my grandfather passed away and I inherited his home in Arkansas. I plan on selling the home and buying a house somewhere in Europe. Probably somewhere in Spain, Italy, or France. What's the legality concerning this? Do I need some kind of residency visa to purchase the home? If I buy the house am I legally allowed to live in it and stay in the country without a visa?
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>>> If I buy the house am I legally allowed to live in it and stay in the country without a visa?

What? Ofcourse not.
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>>1132352
>am I legally allowed to live in it and stay in the country without a visa?

if you are an EU citizen -Yes
if you are from outside EU - No

This will now become a huge problem for Brits owning and living in houses in Spain.
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>>1132360
It's possible to ask for a permanent residence card if you're a EU citizen living in another EU country for at least the last 5 years. It will allow you to keep living and working in the country if need be.

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Hi guys,
I´m from Germany and I´ve got my motorcycle drivers licnense last week. I´m planning to make a wildcamping roadtrip through norway next year and I don't know, what bike i should buy, what gear I need and all the other stuff, like how to store alle my things on the bike, should I take an extra container for gas with me, etc.
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>>1143404
Im on a bicycle trip through Europe, and I can tell that you don't need a tent like that. If it's your first tour then you're probably gonna pack more things than you truly need, but that's not necessarily such a bad thing, especially on a motor bike where weight doesn't matter that much.
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If I´m going wildcamping in Norway I have to camp a little bit away from the roads, so I´m not sure if a sportstourer is the best choice for those offroad tracks

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Hi /trv/, been lurking quite a while, first time poster, so sorry for any misshaps.
Going travelling for the first ever really, and going solo, so am looking for any sort of advice/tips you might have. As I don’t actually know if I enjoy travelling at all, I’m staying fairly close to home, and have decided to tour Europe for 3 or 4 weeks. I’m leaving from Toulouse and doing Brussels->Amsterdam->Berlin->Prague->Budapest-> see from there (maybe Belgrade or start swinging back home through Croatia/ Italy).
Have a few questions that come to mind:
-Hostels:...
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>>1143324
Skip brussels and spend a few days in copenhagen instead.
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>>1143337
Yea? Only staying there 2 nights and was told Brussels was quite a nice city. I actually decided to stop there because I'm car pooling up north from Toulouse, and Brussels is the furthest north I could find in a day trip, and needed a place to stay at the end of the day, so figured I may as well visit the place if I'm there. Is it really not worth it?
Copenhagen seems a bit off track for the itinerary I'd planned, isn't it also pretty expensive?
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This is actually very similar to the route I'm taking in the winter, I'm starting in Copenhagen, then Berlin>Prague>Vienna>Budapest>something else in Central Europe, maybe Zagreb or Belgrade>Rome>Florence>Madrid>Paris>Amsterdam.
I usually book in advance via hostelworld

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Heya guys, so I might be travelling to Dubai during the first week of August.
Any tips? places to see? advice from locals? things to look out for? basically anything you think would be helpful for a first timer over there.

thanks in advance :)
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>>1143221
>inb4 don't go
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>>1143221
Dubai is not very popular on this board. Some for its politics (Indian labor), some for its glitz (soullessness they would say), but it is actually a great place for leisure/recreational tourism. An adult playground. But you will not likely get too much advice here on that place.

My advice is to get alcohol from the duty free to preflight before going to clubs. Also order a "Blue Frog" at any club you go to, to save on alcohol cost. And make sure taxi drivers run the meter. Even if they quote you what...
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>>1143235
Ah, thanks for the info dude! I'll keep those in mind!

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Hello /trv/

I am travelling to Alicante this week, staying at a friends vacation home, we will be staying there for 9-10 days, do you have any advice for what we can do? We have a car and are staying within a 20 minute drive of Alicante airport.
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I am sorry that your dog died.

>RIP in peace, puppers.
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>>1142885

Thanks man
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I've arrived now, theres only old brits and germans, anyone know where to get weed or more fun drugs?

Hey /trv/ I was planning a eurotrip to UK,France,Germany,Italy and was just curious about boarder customs and taxation. If I buy expensive souvenirs in the UK and then fly to France, do I have to pay import/export tax or fees every time I enter a new country or is it like the U.S. where you can go between states without any hassles?
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>>1142865
There are open borders between all the countries you mention. No problems.

That may change if/when Brexit happens, but exactly how all that will play out is not yet known.
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>>1142865
The tariffs and border security is only for your going home to the US.
Keep very good receipts and records together in an envelope. Where there is VAT charged or waived, you should have that paperwork all together and so its clear to anyone you aren't a shady type and not trying to hide where and when you bought something if anyone is searching you and your bags, say in France. No, they can't charge you, but you won't look like someone trafficking to finance a trip.
If you are able to ship items...
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>>1142898
>f you are able to ship items home each time you buy them, to a relative, you should.
Thanks anon, I was thinking about this but was worried it would cost a lot more then just flying home with them in carry on.

Hey /trv/ I'm alone for a few days alone in Berlin? Do you have any suggestions, apart from shopping and Sightseeing the usual stuff, what I could do?
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do you like clubbing? as in having fun to good techno/house music..
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Check out the techno clubbing scene there. It's spectacular. The bouncers are rude to tourists but check the door policies from google.
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>>1142799
If you're a male who is not in a serious relationship and have some extra cash, go to FKK Artemis.


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