winair
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I Need Some Advice On Where To...

Thu Jun 08, 2000 2:29 pm

When I graduate high school, I plan to spend the summer in a foreign country or travel to a bunch of them.
What would be a nice place to spend the summer...preferably in Europe where they speak some english   I would like to maybe rent a small but somewhat nice studio apartment close enough to some interesting sites and so on.
 
Granite
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RE: I Need Some Advice On Where To...

Thu Jun 08, 2000 4:23 pm

Hi

Why not come to Alba?

Regards
Gary Watt

 
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RE: I Need Some Advice On Where To...

Thu Jun 08, 2000 10:15 pm


How about Switzerland. (e.g. Zurich)
Always nice there.

Rgds, B737-700
 
killjoy
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Joined: Thu Dec 02, 1999 6:00 am

RE: I Need Some Advice On Where To...

Fri Jun 09, 2000 3:40 am

Congratulations. You just gave everyone the perfect opportunity to hype their own country  

FINLAND!
 
blink182
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RE: I Need Some Advice On Where To...

Fri Jun 09, 2000 6:32 am

since I am from america, i would say AMERICA!! but London is definately a great place.
Give me a break, I created this username when I was a kid...
 
JAT
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RE: I Need Some Advice On Where To...

Sat Jun 10, 2000 11:10 am

I personally would like to travel to Eastern Europe now while the reforms are still "fresh". I mean you can still see the transition between communism to the new capitalism.

Also, you could travel to Yugoslavia (Serbia and Montenegro) and see how run down, shabby, tacky, sanction-ridden, poor and set-back it is. Then, after that you could travel to all the other former republics and see how much they have advanced since they seperated form the former Yugoslavia (Macedonia, BiH, Croatia, Slovenia). It will make you cry, (well it would make me cry anyway).

It would be an interesting, some what exotic experience.

JAT



 
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RE: I Need Some Advice On Where To...

Mon Jun 12, 2000 3:43 am

Come to sunny South Africa. Beautiful country, blablabla. We have 11 official langauges (including sign language), but everyone speaks English. Whatz more, u can say u've been to Africa! U can also go to Australia and New Zealand. They're great places!!!
 
copper1
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RE: I Need Some Advice On Where To...

Tue Jun 13, 2000 1:05 am

Yo dude. Check out your Canadian neighbours to the north. You want mountains, we got em. You want skiing, we got it, you want fresh water lakes with great fishing, we got em.

All of this and plenty more and the best part is your American dollar will get you somewhere in the area of $1.40 Canadian.

Great country, great value.

Check us out.

Copper1

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