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  • Fun European Countries

    Hey everybody, I am getting pretty tired of the same 'ol USA. I want to go someplace new, and some place VERY FUN! I don't mean theme park fun, I mean party fun . Anyway what countries are "fun" countries in europe, I heard Sweden was pretty fun. Any Suggestions? haha.


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    There are lots of fun places in Europe but the current dollar to euro conversion is horrendous. You might want to consider Croatia as a fun place that is not a full part of the EU yet.

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      Uh...the Netherlands, specifically Amsterdam?

      Denmark, Iceland, and Ireland have an awesome nightlife scene. Spain, too. Prague is still pretty inexpensive from what I hear, and the party scene there is outrageous.

      --nick--
      Amnesia used to be my favourite word, but I forgot it.

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        France isnt too bad as well then you have another DISNEYLAND yay lol then fro, France you can easily travel to England , Belgium , Holland , switzerland , Spain , Italy .
        HKDL : Done !!!

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          Originally posted by DLRP_bopazot View Post
          France isnt too bad as well then you have another DISNEYLAND yay lol then fro, France you can easily travel to England , Belgium , Holland , switzerland , Spain , Italy .
          Yeah but i've heard the french don't take to kindly to Americans.

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            Barcelona Spain was lots of fun!!!

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              Originally posted by k_peek_2000 View Post
              Yeah but i've heard the french don't take to kindly to Americans.

              tell them you're Canadian.

              --nick--
              Amnesia used to be my favourite word, but I forgot it.

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                Originally posted by Exprmnt626 View Post
                tell them you're Canadian.

                --nick--
                LOL

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                  Originally posted by k_peek_2000 View Post
                  Yeah but i've heard the french don't take to kindly to Americans.
                  The French don't even like the French!

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                    people i've talked to (both citizens of, and tourists to) really really loved the party scenes in Norway, Finland and Denmark
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                      Originally posted by k_peek_2000 View Post
                      Yeah but i've heard the french don't take to kindly to Americans.
                      Stop watching Stupid Medias and go to France to see that is not true . The only american that the french dont like is your president . But even the americans dont like him . I have lived in America for a while and i can say that he is not popular anymore . On the other side of the Atlantic the medias focused on French because we didnt want to go to Irak but go to Spain or UK or any other European Countries to see that Americans and other tourists are treated the same way that you are treated in France .Micechatters who went to France can say that it is not true .
                      HKDL : Done !!!

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                        Re: Fun European Countries

                        Originally posted by k_peek_2000 View Post
                        Yeah but i've heard the french don't take to kindly to Americans.
                        Actually, as long as you try to speak their language and don't expect them to speak yours, the French are great, very helpful, and happy to reward your effort to speak French by switching to English.

                        The trick, as it is with ANY country, is to read up on their customs before you go. Not understanding, for example, that you will pay more to dine outside at a cafe than you will sitting inside, which will be more than standing at the counter, can lead to some wicked misunderstandings. And it's not right or wrong, it's just how it's done in their country.

                        I recommend the travel guides by Rick Steves. He hasn't steered me wrong yet. His books are widely (and even abundantly) available in the travel section of your local bookstore.

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