TRAVELLING EUROPE, STAY LENGHTS?
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Hi everyone, I plan to travel very soon with two mates around Europe for 2.5 months.
The planned itinerary so far:
>Glasgow, Liverpool, Barcelona, Valencia, Madrid, London (festival), Naples, Rome, Florence/Pisa, Cinque Terre, Venice, Lisbon, Amsterdam, Cologne, Munich (Oktoberfest), Vienna, Budapest, Prague, Berlin, Paris, London.
Now what i want to know, Am I dun'goofing by only staying in these places for 3-4 days or is this an okay way to travel?
Would I be better off lengthening my stay at each place and thus visiting less?
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Hello /trv/, prospective first-time traveler here. I am 19, American, and I plan on spending a few weeks in Australia next June/July. I plan on going it alone, unless you guys think that that is an absolutely terrible idea. I currently have $2000 USD saved up for it, and plan on saving more until then.
In general, what have your experiences been in the land of OZ? I would like to explore the east coast, traveling from Melbourne to Sydney and to Brisbane; where are some cheap places to stay, what sights should I see, and is it even feasible to spend a few weeks down under with only a couple thousand bucks?
Any tips are welcome!
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Kind of an unusual situation but bear with me if you will friends.
I'm 25, have never had to work and am basically the son of an important and wealthy man in an African nation that while not particularly developed, is not half bad for those with with much money for security, electricity, luxuries et cetera.
I would like to move to New York City to escape my family and the arranged marriage that they have planned for me, to find an intelligent and independent wife, escape my pampered life and see more of the world.
I am considering moving to the burrough of Queens on the Long Island to do this, because I am looking for my queen. I have never left my homeland.
Does anybody have any thoughts on the feasibility of this plan, or anything I may have overlooked? Visas are not a problem, as my father has influence, and has grudgingly allowed me to depart for this journey, and money is obviously no problem.
Much thanks my friends, and I await your replies.
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Moving down to Sydney for work soon, a friend already there says he's looking for a flatmate in an area called Newmarket. What's it like? I have absolutely no idea about the neighbourhoods there and it's hard to find info that's objective.
No holds barred, what can some Sydneybros tell me about this area? I'm a young guy, good job (office), enjoy nightlife, etc.