I can help with art, architecture and a bitsy with food. Prices is CPH are as bad as you think dddd
Warpigs and Mikeller if you like beer.
Any PJ Parisians in here? Or people who has lived there? I might need to move there and my anxiety is peaking right now so I'd love to ask for some opinions. Thanks in advance!
On one hand I'm not sure how easy it is to find a room in central Paris in three weeks, so any suggestion is well appreciated.I lived there before and moving back in a few weeks. What do you want to know?
On one hand I'm not sure how easy it is to find a room in central Paris in three weeks, so any suggestion is well appreciated.
On the other I'm just a bit worried about actually living there. I worked there for two weeks in february and everybody was so rude and unhelpful (both in and out of the workplace) that at the end of the job, when I left, the city had left me this really bad impression. I don't know maybe I was just unlucky.
I would be there for just three months for now so if I can secure a room already it would be ideal. I remember transportation being great yeah but living in areas with some shops/restaurants/etc would make me a bit less miserable dddYou'll have an easier time living in a suburb. I'm initially staying in an Airbnb at the terminus of one of the RER lines and then I'll look for a long term place when I'm there. You don't necessarily need to live within central Paris, the transport is amazing and cheap, and they're trialing 24 hour metro at weekends. leboncoin is a good place to search for a room.
I am going to Stockholm for New Year, does anyone have any recommendations besides wearing all the (synthetic) furs?
On another note, I just came back from a week in Israel, and had a fab time. Looking at either Dubrovnik or Naples next. Dubrovnik seems compelling but online reviews are making out it's boring AF and expensive?
My cousin went there for a month and really enjoyed it. I’ll text her and PM you what she says if you wantI'm flying into Tokyo next year for two and a half weeks and I need to know... everything. How easy is it to get around? How expensive? Is it doable on your own? I'll be with people for a portion but I would like to strike out on my own for a while. What are the best things to do? What are the big traps to avoid? Practices to observe so I don't offend anyone? HELP.
I did Tokyo for thirteen days last year. It’s super easy to get around if you’re generally comfortable with public transit; signs and announcements are in both English and Japanese so it’s pretty easy to understand everything. They have an oyster-like equivalent card as well that works for the metro, buses, and local train lines. As far as expenses go, accommodation wasn’t the cheapest but food and daily incidentals are easily manageable. I found Tokyo to be a great place for solo travellers too; a lot of restaurants accommodate solo diners and the vending machine ticket system for ordering food is ingenious.I'm flying into Tokyo next year for two and a half weeks and I need to know... everything. How easy is it to get around? How expensive? Is it doable on your own? I'll be with people for a portion but I would like to strike out on my own for a while. What are the best things to do? What are the big traps to avoid? Practices to observe so I don't offend anyone? HELP.
Florence is the one.I didn't like Rome that much. For Italian cities I much preferred the magical Venice + Florence.
Eurgh, I miss Italy in general so much. The food, the people.