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Hey, what is a good city in Germany apart from Berlin that has both a great nightlife and plenty of stuff to do during the day? I'm part of a team arranging for 30-40 fellow university students to go and spend 5-7 days there next Feb. We'll be going out almost every night but during the day need lots of interesting things to do e.g museums, exhibitions, castles, etc
Berlin isn't an option because we're all studying German so most of us have already been there at least once in our lives and many of us will spend our year abroad there, so would like to go somewhere different really.
Currently considering Munich, Frankfurt and Dresden. Hamburg is also an option but that's where we went this year so probably won't go there twice in a row.
Bonus points for a city that's very easy to get around, just to make the lives of the people in charge a bit easier :)
Thanks in advance
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hey /trv/ first time here, looking for some Hotel booking advice.
I'm travelling this summer with a group of four (no big deal obviously) but there's a possibility we may get a 5th member traveling with us
We're just going to California - Disneyland and Universal Studios and shit.
But I've never traveled with such an odd number
When I'm booking a hotel (looking at the Sheraton Park Hotel at the Anaheim Resort), do I book the room for 4? I know hotels do double occupancy, so a room for 2 gets charged the same as a room for 4, right?
But If I book for 4, does that cover a fifth or do I need to book a separate room?
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Vueling used trolls for their RRSS
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Hola, tuvimos un problema con VUELING para llevar material humanitario a una país de África, y al poner una queja en su facebook no empezó a acosar un tal Horacio Meijide, al investigar un poco vi que pese a que en su perfil vive en España los mensajes insultando lo escribía desde Berlin y Londres, su cuenta de correo email@example.com no existe y su facebook no tiene actividad...en vez de dar la cara usan trolls!!
Hello, we had a problem with VUELING to bring humanitarian supplies to Africa, and we wrote a complaint on his facebook, we began harassing a certain Horacio Meijide, investigating a bit I saw that while on your profile live in Spain the I wrote insulting messages from Berlin and London, firstname.lastname@example.org your email account does not exist and has no activity ... instead of standing up trolls use
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I'm headed to Jakarta in a few weeks for work--I've been to other parts of Indonesia, and most other Southeast Asian cities, but I've actually never spent any time in Jakarta apart from a couple of nights near the airport on my way in to and out of the country. I have the impression that JKT is one of the less pleasant Southeast Asian concrete-shacks-and-smog megalopolises, but would be interested in your opinions on highlights, transit options inside the city, projected costs, etc. I like history, arts, culture, food, and, to a certain extent, nightlife, although I'd rather hear traditional/local live music than go to another banging, boring megadisco. I'm not particularly concerned about safety (I've spent time in Port Moresby and Manila, among other mostly-unpleasant tropical urban areas), and I'm not on a tight budget. If it helps any, I'll be mostly at meetings at pic related, an office tower on Jl. Asia-Afrika in whatever the hell neighborhood that is, and I won't have a ton of free time--probably three evenings and a day at the end of the trip.
>In b4 don't go to Jakarta, go to Kalimantan/Lombok/etc. I am going to Jakarta.
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did anyone here discover purpose when traveling? I feel like every moment I stay, I'm wasting my life away. I want to do something enriching (that's not seeing a bunch of buildings or nature) before I turn 30. I've only got 4 years left...
the only traveling I've ever done was to countries where I spoke the language, and I never planned anything out, I just sort of wandered for months. that said, I got tired of youth hostels, drinking, and sightseeing rather quickly
how do you go about adventuring in a country where you don't speak the language? I'm a rather outgoing person who is open to almost anything, and I want to explore eastern europe and asia but I have a feeling that ultimately any potential adventures would be dead in the water because I'd be unable to communicate with enough people to hit on anything interesting.
I've got no ties to my home country any more, and few job prospects, but a significant reserve of money to travel for years on. I guess my long term goal is to find a rich religious woman to start a family with.
I know this is like, 4 questions in one, but I'd appreciate feedback, thanks.