Travel to Europe Capitals
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Hello /trv/,south american first time poster here, Im making a 25 day trip around Europe next month, i got in my list:
It has not been hard to find the attractions i want to visit and their prices, but i have been having a hard time figuring out transportation and a good internet provider for maps.
For transportation how much it costs to move around these cities by bus, if im taking 2-3 buses tops to get to where i need to go and walk back, not planning to buy whole day passes or something like that since i will be mostly walking, its ok to take cabs in some of these? I find good info on how much does it cost to get to the airport to the city center and back, but not much inside the cities themselves. From city to city i got all the planes i need figured out.
For an internet provider, I went to new york before, i absolutely LOVED how easy is to move around when you have mobile data in a cellphone and google maps, never got lost even if my localization skills suck. Is there any good alternative that would work across the countries if i buy a sim card or something? I would buy this one on Frankfurt or Berlin, being the first stops of the trip, Keep in mind i cant use roaming from my county's plan since our prices for it are absolutely disgusting to the point i could visit another couple cities for the price of 25 days of roaming.
Would appreciate any tips in these two questions, thanks guys!
Delhi Diarrhea, HELP!!!
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Came to Delhi for my LDR gf, got cheated, now stranded here on my own. Am quite unprepared, which I can totally handle travelexperience wise, but I need advice on what to eat now that I suffer from explosive diarrhea.
I have a very sensible stomach, kept having problems a lot in China too. I drink my electrolytes and take probiotics, but what should I eat, I really need some energy back, I'm exhausted.
Plain white rice and some bananas for the Start? Also, I'm lactose-intolerant.
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Not planning to go any time soon, but I think it would be cool to see the conflict zones in Israel -- from a distance. Ramallah would be interesting, but I'm also interested in Gaza. Of course I would NEVER want to go there, but I hear there are some hills (in Sderot, for example) where you can stand and watch the city through binoculars. Even like that, it's very far away. Is there any place to see the damage up close?
Or would Quenitra be a better bet? Again, of course I'm not a retard enough to want to go be surrounded by ruins, but I hear there's a restaurant where you can look through binoculars.