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[OFF TOPIC] Your Trips & Holidays Thread

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konig    403
11 hours ago, Bohemia said:

 

Basque Country! I only was on the French part of the region (except for San Sebastian), but I loved it, love that the mountains and the sea "meet". Brittany is another beautiful region (well, mostly its coasts), as well as Alsace and of course Provence and its little gorgeous villages :wub: but I'm not really helping because they are all far away from each other :lol:

There are so many things to see that it's impossible to choose

We will be in Paris and Rennes for SURE, how many options for a few days!! :(

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konig    403
6 minutes ago, Rdbc said:

Going to Bratislava, Slovakia for two weeks in August and will visit Vienna, and either Budapest or Prague. 

Excelent Trip!!, be careful with Hostels in Bratislava :p

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Rdbc    35
2 minutes ago, konig said:

Excelent Trip!!, be careful with Hostels in Bratislava :p

I'll be staying in a nice hotel 

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Agger    386
On 2/7/2018 at 12:21, Wanderer said:

I'll be in Italy for a week during August (Bergamo and Tuscany (Florence mostly)) :cheer: 

 

Florence is absolutely magnificent. Sadly I didn't get to enjoy it fully as I was there on a school trip where most others didn't quite find the history and architecture as exiting as me.

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Ophadece    13
11 hours ago, konig said:

Only London and four days.

Four days is more than enough for London. You may be able to take the bus tour.. however, it's a must to ride the London Eye, and the river cruise (you can book them together). There are other associated attractions, but I am not sure they are very nice. The bus tour should give you an idea about the other important points, but I would say "British museum", "national gallery museum", "St. Paul's Cathedral", and Parliament square leading to Trafalgar square and passing by Downing Street where the prime minister resides. Some people are interested in Hyde Park and Buckingham Palace, so please ask your hotel about the time of the change of guards.. that's the nicest thing about them.. When are you coming (dates)?!!!

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konig    403
12 hours ago, Ophadece said:

Four days is more than enough for London. You may be able to take the bus tour.. however, it's a must to ride the London Eye, and the river cruise (you can book them together). There are other associated attractions, but I am not sure they are very nice. The bus tour should give you an idea about the other important points, but I would say "British museum", "national gallery museum", "St. Paul's Cathedral", and Parliament square leading to Trafalgar square and passing by Downing Street where the prime minister resides. Some people are interested in Hyde Park and Buckingham Palace, so please ask your hotel about the time of the change of guards.. that's the nicest thing about them.. When are you coming (dates)?!!!

Thanks a lot for the information :), im very interested in the change of guards, in the museums too!!, i read that they are free.

 

We will be there since the 31 July to 3 of August, are you a italian who live in U.K?

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Ophadece    13
5 hours ago, konig said:

Thanks a lot for the information :), im very interested in the change of guards, in the museums too!!, i read that they are free.

 

We will be there since the 31 July to 3 of August, are you a italian who live in U.K?

Hi Konig,

No, I am an Egyptian who lives in the UK (but very mad about bella Italia, as you have noticed.. hehe..). Although I am not a museum regular, but I do know that they are free (at least most of them), so you wouldn't find any problems with that hopefully. I am very unlucky because I don't have any days off in the period that you will be here, and won't be able to see you, but I hope another time soon.. 

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konig    403
On 4/7/2018 at 04:59, Ophadece said:

Hi Konig,

No, I am an Egyptian who lives in the UK (but very mad about bella Italia, as you have noticed.. hehe..). Although I am not a museum regular, but I do know that they are free (at least most of them), so you wouldn't find any problems with that hopefully. I am very unlucky because I don't have any days off in the period that you will be here, and won't be able to see you, but I hope another time soon.. 

Egiptian!!, i never expected that option :yikes:, is sad to read that but like you say, may be in another time, i hope it wont be the first and last trip to Europe.

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konig    403

We will be in Europe in thie Tuesday, thanks for everyone who gives us advices :)

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