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by Return_of_the_STAR » Mon Oct 02, 2017 9:30 am

Sad to see monarch go bust today. Usually prefer them for my flights to Spain. Been following the story all weekend despite it not being reported very widely, leading to a lot of surprised people turning up at airports today having heard nothing about it.

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by Parksey » Mon Oct 02, 2017 9:51 am

Lotus wrote:Just booked 2 weeks in Japan in March. :datass:


What time in march? Might be here for cherry blossom season if it's early next year.

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by Lotus » Mon Oct 02, 2017 10:00 am

It's the first couple of weeks of March. Heard something about plum blossom coming out a bit earlier (?), so may be in time for that if not the cherry. Really can't wait though, been wanting to visit Japan for a good while.

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by No:1 Final Fantasy Fan » Wed Oct 04, 2017 10:29 pm

Will have a week off this month so planning to possibly go to Berlin on my own. Never been to Germany before...thinking 3 nights...Arrive Sunday night and stay until Weds night. £50 return on easy jet.
Got a travel guide but it doesn't look that interesting. But I heard its great.

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by Rocsteady » Mon Oct 09, 2017 7:28 pm

Making an impromptu trip to Vienna tomorrow, only gonna be there for probably about 8 hours so will need to cram in the main sights but if anyone has any recommendations for something very slightly off the beaten trail or a nice place to eat or something it’d be appreciated. xoxo

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by Ecno » Mon Oct 09, 2017 8:37 pm

Going to New York on Saturday through to Friday morning and need recommendations of what to see/do/eat - first time.

So far I've got the following booked

Sunday - NFL Game
Tuesday- Statute of Liberty Tour

Other things I'm going to do;

Empire State Tour (Booked)
UN Tour
One World Trade Centre Memorial
Central Park Zoo

Considering the Rockefeller Centre Bar & Restaurant and seeing a show on Broadway.

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by OnlyShallow » Mon Oct 09, 2017 8:46 pm

Rocsteady wrote:Making an impromptu trip to Vienna tomorrow, only gonna be there for probably about 8 hours so will need to cram in the main sights but if anyone has any recommendations for something very slightly off the beaten trail or a nice place to eat or something it’d be appreciated. xoxo

There is a Greek restaurant next to the Belvedere Museum that is good. After we had paid the bill and we’re about to go to the museum he brought us out another carafe of wine. When that was done he then brought us out some Ouzo. We eventually managed to stagger across to look at some Klimts. There is also a souvenir shop near it that proudly advertises the fact that Sharon Stone once visited it. Also worth a look is the Hündertwässer house.

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by Rocsteady » Mon Oct 09, 2017 9:52 pm

OnlyShallow wrote:
Rocsteady wrote:Making an impromptu trip to Vienna tomorrow, only gonna be there for probably about 8 hours so will need to cram in the main sights but if anyone has any recommendations for something very slightly off the beaten trail or a nice place to eat or something it’d be appreciated. xoxo

There is a Greek restaurant next to the Belvedere Museum that is good. After we had paid the bill and we’re about to go to the museum he brought us out another carafe of wine. When that was done he then brought us out some Ouzo. We eventually managed to stagger across to look at some Klimts. There is also a souvenir shop near it that proudly advertises the fact that Sharon Stone once visited it. Also worth a look is the Hündertwässer house.

Art Corner? I’ll bear all of that in mind, thanks. Will probably skip the Sharon Stone souvenir shop though ;)

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by OnlyShallow » Tue Oct 10, 2017 2:19 pm

Rocsteady wrote: Will probably skip the Sharon Stone souvenir shop though ;)


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by Hime » Tue Oct 10, 2017 2:35 pm

Ecno wrote:Going to New York on Saturday through to Friday morning and need recommendations of what to see/do/eat - first time.

So far I've got the following booked

Sunday - NFL Game
Tuesday- Statute of Liberty Tour

Other things I'm going to do;

Empire State Tour (Booked)
UN Tour
One World Trade Centre Memorial
Central Park Zoo

Considering the Rockefeller Centre Bar & Restaurant and seeing a show on Broadway.

Are you doing Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island? Definitely check out Ellis Island.

I liked the Rockefeller more than the ESB, do one of them at night if you can. I'd also recommend an afternoon in Brooklyn if you have the time. Chelsea is worth a look, just head for the Friends building.

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by Pedro » Sun Oct 15, 2017 7:27 pm

Just booked my honeymoon tickets and we are going to Tokyo in August of next year. Any and all recommendations from those in the know will be appreciated.

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by Bunni » Sun Oct 15, 2017 10:57 pm

Come join us. Me Anung Corben and Banjo are heading out then.

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by Parksey » Mon Oct 16, 2017 2:32 pm

Tokyo in August. You'll reach new levels of sweatiness in untold amounts of crevices. I had about three showers a day in the summer and I AM NEVER CLEAN.


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