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- Travel Tips
Trying to get from Bruges to Interlaken in the fastest, cheapest, and most efficient way. Been looking into train travel, and have been quite confused by the variety of apparent possibility. Also been going through the flight websites, and haven’t found anything even remotely in my range. Any advice on the best way to do it by train, or perhaps a website or company to use for flight travel, would be really really helpful. I’m leaving for Belgium next monday, and want to head to Interlaken by saturday (probably take a night train friday).
I want to go the Germany, Italy, Spain, France, and Amsterdam. Whats the best order to visit them that will save me the most money. I realize that I may have to eliminate a country. Amsterdam however, is a must. What do you think?
Im thinking maybe: Spain-France-Germany-Amsterdam or Amsterdam, German, France, Italy
It seems that no matter what I do, either Spain or Italy will get cut, but of course, I haven’t actually looked up travel prices and Spain-Italy might not be expensive. any help?
If you could travel anywhere in the UK where would you go to? Or is there somewhere you go back year after year?
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I am traveling from Paris to Rome with tenative stops in Beune, Lyon, Arles, Marsailles, Genoa, Venice, Florence, and Rome. Does this sound like too much for 15 days? Does renting a car give you more freedom? I am a High School art teacher leaving the day after graduation. Want to see alot of art but also let loose alittle. Help.
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I’m going to be studying in Anncey, France for the month of June ’09. Anyone else?? Also, following that month I plan to travel throughout Western Europe for another month by myself. If anyone is looking for a travel companion please let me know! Would love to meet some new friends and have some great, memorable (or not!) times!
I am planning to travel to Spain and then on to France in late September, early October. Please look at this itinerary and let me know if i need to:
1. Change the sequence of cities to visit.
2. Skip any city
3. Extend or shorten my stay in any city.
I also seek ways to identify how to locate a hostel close to a railway station since we will be traveling on a flexi saver pass.
Thanks in advance for your help everyone!