We picked Moscow as a stopover between our connective flights. We will stay in Moscow for 13 hours. We want to explore places outside of the Red Square. Should I get a phone card or not? How much do they cost? Should I buy one at the city centre or at the airport? Is it easy to find your way around Moscow without the help of the internet? I used Google Maps and all the street names are in Russian. Me and my friends want to save money.
Ok, hi everyone. In December i'll travel from italy to japan. I found a cheap place to stay near ekoda station (ekoda flexstay inn), that has no Subway, but has the railway. Since i dont want to pay for 2 tickets every time, i've seen that the nearest Subway is Kotakemukaihara Station, 1.2 km far. Is it a good solution? Any advices? Is subway better than railway to move in the city? Isn't there any ticket who lets me take both? Thanks /b/. Be helpful pls.
>>1141329 Subway is much better than railway. There are unlikely tickets that let you take both unless you have a JR Pass and that subway line you want to take is also part of the JR rail. It is more likely that you'll have to walk to the subway station before being able to explore the city. 1.2 km isn't that far for me, but it is a bit of a hassle, especially on vacation.
I think you have find a better place that is closer to the subway station, but most likely it will be more expensive. You'll have to... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
I've been in Saint Petersburg for about a week and a half now and I have done almost nothing and am really ashamed. It's such a beautiful city but I'm very socially anxious and anxious in general, and it's even worse that I don't know the language. I have about 2.5 weeks left here and I want to make the best of it instead of hiding inside all the time. I will try to go to some landmarks and such like pic related but where else can I go here that's interesting and unique to Saint Pete?
And general tips on interacting with Russians. (I am... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
1. Excursion to the roof of St. Isaac's Cathedral. 2. to go on a bus or on the "Meteor" (by hydrofoil) to Peterhof. 3. Walk on foot early in the morning in St. Petersburg, in the center. 4. Artillery museum of curiosities, the Hermitage, the Peter and Paul Fortress. 5. At night, look at the bridges. 6. Excursion to the waterbus the canals of St. Petersburg.
>>1141277 >Which Disney World hotel is the best hotel? Resort disney-branded hotels get you the perks of early admission, some fast pass ride skipping stuff, reservation priorities at some of the tightest restaurants, frequent shuttles with airport transfers, and my personal favorite, an afternoon nap respite to put the feet up with the most minimal of hassle to return later for fireworks in the park. Some places like fort wilderness have fun experiences within the site like campfire movies. https://disneyworld.disney.go.com/resort-hotels-benefits/ Non-resort... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>1141277 Depends. > the cheapest are the Pop resorts. >Swan, Dolphin, and the Buena Vista are the luxury stuff >Complimentary is not the cheapest, but it has it's perks >Grand Floridian is luxurious, expensive, but has godly views of the park and can quickly take you there.
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>>1141277 Hi OP, I work in one of the resorts at WDW.
Like the other anons mentioned, it depends what you're looking for when you stay there. Are you more interested in going to the parks or doing activities at your resort?
If you just want the minimum of transportation and extra magic hours then I recommend a value resort (Pop, All Star, Art of Animation), these resorts are more motelish so your room won't be so amazing but you get the perks of staying at a Disney resort nonetheless. Another thing... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
General Vegas thread? I'm planning a bachelor party for my brother there and we'll be going in about a month. I have lots of questions.
>what hotel should I stay at? >What airline should I fly on? >should i tell the hotel about the amount of people and possibly get the xtra person charge or just try and get away with it? >what are some fun (non-typical) things to do in Vegas? >are there naked lady shows like... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>what hotel should I stay at? If you have the cash- MGM Grand. Fucking spectacle, great fun people.
Luxor is sort of trashy-ish despite the intimidating black pyramid gimmick, same for Excalibur. Delano and Mandalay are more geared toward families and old timers. Trump was eh (MAGA, though) Haven't been to the rooms in the others.
>What airline should I fly on? I went on Virgin because it was the cheapest at the... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>1141221 >>what hotel should I stay at? I was at the NYNY, and it was OK, but nothing special. Unlike the weird, fake and plasticky outside design, the room was just tacky, but normal. The Aria and Wynn seemed quite nice, from its general design- Just utterly showy and tacky, but at least not fake Venice/Rome/NY/Castle, but I havent been in a room there. >>What airline should I fly on? If short haul: The cheapest one. If long haul: Not an US one,... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
So I have saved up enough of a nest egg for an escape to another state, I hate living in America's wang and want to move somewhere better. I am looking for more conservative areas in states where marijuana is legal. I have the issue where I enjoy occasionally smoking a doob but I also get hulk level angry at pronouns and microaggressions. So I am looking for an area where I can enjoy greenery without encountering such beasts on the streets. Does such an area exist or am I shit outta' luck if I am looking for a green friendly area that isn't massed with regressives?
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>>1141212 Not really, I have a bunch of conservative friends that smoke. We see it like consuming alcohol, don't go over the top and don't make it your lifestyle and there is nothing wrong with it. I was just wondering if there was a right leaning area in legalized states that would be nice to live in. I mean I know the cities are dead and gone, but I grew up in a farming town so I don't even really like living in the city.
>>1141200 It's warm and it is really packed with people. You didn't mess up because it's an amazing place, but you will experience more aggravation in an aggravated hot and humid state, as you visit the main sights. I suggest a lot of early rising, get a breath of fresh air after the cool night and a head start. >inb4 a bunch of people start telling you to get out of the city and go the beach or other cities.
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I didn't really plan out my trip before I bought the ticket. I'm staying with a friend near Santa Monica but he's going to be busy most of the time and I was just wondering if there is anything to do for relatively cheap in the city. People travel across the country to come here and I can't think of a single thing to do other than universal studios I guess.
SoCal is actually a bigger theme park market than Orlando. Universal is one of them and there is also the original Disneyland. There is also Knott's Berry Farm, which is sort of like an older kid's version of Disneyland (it has kid rides AND big thrill rides). A bit north of LA is Six Flags Magic Mountain, which has more roller coasters than any other park on Earth, but most Six Flags parks have below average reputations.
I have been traveling around a country for a month. I will soon return home, and I feel like I will miss it terribly as it is unlikely that I will return here. Is this normal? I have been traveling with other travel companions from my uni and they seem to be homesick/want to return home/miss the food from home/not like the country very much instead.
>>1141096 Both I guess. I am from Singapore and I am currently in a European country. I love traveling to Europe and I really like Spain - the fact that I can communicate with locals in Spanish really changes the experience and I love the food, scenery, architecture and beaches here. I like the way of life in western countries in general. So different from Singapore.
>>1141105 With the exception of Filipinos, most SEAs, have no real desire outside of their home country, so I see where your your friends are coming from. Spain is pretty easy to travel to, but as far as expat jobs outside of Europe I have only seen teaching English and working for the American government or it's contractors in Spain.
About to go on a mini tour through Europe (britbong here). Starting on Tuesday I'll be visiting Amsterdam (3 days), Berlin (4 days), Krakow (3 days) and Prague (3 days).
I'm most concerned about safety in Berlin and Amsterdam. How safe is it here compared to France and Belgium for example, and in general?
Also what are some interesting things to do that are less touristy in these cities, especially in Berlin? I'm a B2 level German speaker and I'd like to throw myself in the deep-end a bit while I'm there. I know that I'm going to... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Berlin is totally safe. The clubbing and nightlife scene is very unique in there. I suggest checking that out but note the door policies and rules there (google them). The bouncers tend to be very strict and rude towards tourists. The clubs stay open almost all the time every day. Drugs are also super easy to get if you want to. Check out residentadvisor for club events. I'd also recommend trying to get in the early opening hours so you will have time to try other clubs in case you get rejected at the door.
Other than that berlin has tons of cool abandoned... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Doing this trip in a month. Going to be gone for about 4 weeks with the GF and a little Dog.
Never done a Road trip this size, nor have I been to any of these locations before. I'm looking for any general road trip advice, and specific tips on this route. Secret spots along the way are what I'm most interested in, like Tamolitch Pools in Oregon.
I'm not sure if it's even possible from the Ukrainian side. I've obviously never done it, but as far as I've been told, you need a dual/multiple entry visa to Russia, and you go from there. Rostov on Don is a nice starting point apparently.
what's good /trv/, I'm driving to downtown LA tomorrow to explore the city.
I'm from coastal part of the county, but never really had a chance to go around for myself until now. My itinerary is pretty bare bones; was thinking of at least checking out The Broad, Grand Central Market, walking around the arts district and then closing out the day at Griffith Observatory, but I'm wondering what you guys think is worth checking out/what places were memorable when you visited. Thanks
>>1140843 >>1140843 If you want to get into the Broad expect at least a 40 minute wait, worth it. The MOCA is a right across from it if youc ant get into the Broad Grand Central is a good choice to eat, try eggslut or that little Mexican sandwich place across from the nuts and mexican candies on the right side when you first enter, I forget the name.
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>Riverwalk >Architecture tour, including the boat tour >Kayak the river >Museum Campus >Art Institute >Navy Pier >Cultural center downtown has some useful information and is also a neat building too >Ride around the loop >Lincoln... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Doesn't have to be exclusive for rich folk, but it doesn't have to be a shithole either.
Somewhere that is nice, warm, not a lot of people, with a minimal amount of infrastructure but with reasonable amenities (A shower and toilet would be nice) and will have people saying "where the hell is that? gotta google."
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