Food: Pine State Biscuits Giant biscuit sandwiches filled with fried chicken and other things.
Museums: Oregon Rail Heritage Center Home to a couple huge steam locomotives, some of which still run. One of them is the Southern Pacific 4449, one of the prettiest surviving locomotives in the US from the end of the steam era.
If I were visiting this town, these are some places I would go.
hey guys, help me identify the city of my dreams. let's start by saying it should be in the western world and northern hemisphere. the weather: don't care much about the weather in summer, cool or hot doesn't really matter to me, but in winter it should be cold and snowy. by snowy i mean not just occasional snow that melts the day after, i want snow to stick around, at least a solid month of snow on the ground (white Christmas everyone). it should be in the mountains or at least close to them (1-2 hours away), with a developed public transportation network... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
I have nothing right now; no money, no skills, no education and the third shot job I've been sick of this year. In a week I'll get paid a few hundred bucks. Should I hit the road again or stay in one spot and try to plan for my future? Look for a steady decent paycheck/benefits or say fuck it and walk south for the winter? USA btw
>>1062407 I have been doing pretty much exactly that for the past few years but only in the US if you don't mind roughing it and traveling primarily by foot and hitching it's really not that difficult. How would I go about doing an esl program? Better to get certed on my own time and then look for jobs or to do an actual program? Where do you recommend for the latter?
Anyone have experience traveling to Russia(specifically Americans)? I was planning on going to Moscow and/or St. Petersburg this summer and I was wondering what others think of the situation and if anyone has any tips. Is it a good idea? What is the possibility that I'll be given a tourist visa? Any help is appreciated.
Hey /trv/ Im solo traveling berlin for a week and a half. Anyone here who want to meet up for some beers or go clubbing? Also looking for tips on what to do besides partying. My main intrests are music, synthesizers, modern history, graffiti etc
Would've done it, but I'm in Israel from the 30th.
There are plenty of museums in Berlin. You could go to the Historic Museum which is right "Unter den Linden" near the Cathedral. Also if you are interested in GDR-History you should visit "Stasigefängnis Hohenschönhausen" or the "Stasi-Headquarters" in Lichtenberg. For Grafitti you could just wander around a bit or take the U1. That line is elevated, so you can look outside.
Hey, I'm going to visit paris soon and want to visit the catacombs. Now you have this tourist attraction but you'll only access part of the catacombs. Anyone know of any guided tours that go into other area's of the catacombs?
>>1062317 >Now you have this tourist attraction but you'll only access part of the catacombs. Anyone know of any guided tours that go into other area's of the catacombs? Heard they are illegal access, so you likely won't find it advertised (if it exists).
>>1062317 One of my mates visited some of the no-access areas but it was while he was spending a year there for uni and he did it with a group of friends he met in the uni's outdoors club - I doubt there's any easy way of doing it as a tourist.
I am a student from Austria. A week ago, two girls from Portugal visited our school ans talked about how there is a program which allows you to work in another European countey for a year. It seems really cool and they give you a bit of money for financial support. I am kind of interested in doing a gap year in France as I know some French. I have no idea what I will major in - maybe Translation or something like that. Should I go on a gap year?
So I'm the classic 18yr old, post hs wanna do something epic with my life story. I'm Brazilian, male and Italian white, if that matters.
I'm here asking for tips on where I should go, it'd most likely be a solo backpacking travel, I have no real time table but 2-4 months would be ideal I think. I'm looking for some place with active night life, I want to drink and party and meet and talk with strangers. I value the experiences and learning the culture more than the nature and beauty of the place, not that doesn't matter, just trying to help you guys help me.
Anyone had a similar experience? How was it? Other than that, any overall advice?
In joining the KFA you are literally joining a group representing what most of the world considers a rogue state. You're also serving as a propaganda mouthpiece and helping them morally. It would be similar to joining the rebels in Indonesia, the IRA, or to the Zapatistas or some shit. Take a tour you mong.
Hey I'm going to be solo travelling for 10 days in the Rockies/mid-west during summer. My final destination is Boston where I am meeting a friend to continue travelling. Any recommendations on places to visit in the mid-west or the Rockies (if I have time) bearing in mind that I must end up in Boston? I'm interested in Chicago and Kansas city, but I don't know much about the region so I'm hoping to get some recommendations Thanks.
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