Grand_Admiral_Thrawn Posted August 24, 2005 Share Posted August 24, 2005 Well, I've decided to bite the bullet and take a trip to Europe. Although this won't happen until next year (I'm planning on heading over during my reading week/March break) I'd like to get some input on places to visit. I know that a week really isn't long enough to see everything (indeed, much of anything), and I might end up postponing it until May so I can take two weeks. Initially my plan was to see everything of interest (to me) in England where I plan to land and then cross the Channel to the mainland. There's really nothing that I know of to see on the mainland, mostly war memorials and what not, but then I'm rather ignorant of what there is in Europe. So, that said, I can cut the number of possible locations down. First, France, though I'm sure beautiful, is really of no interest to me. Sure I'd like to see the Louvre and some other site of Paris, but with a restricted schedule it's automatically cut from the list. As is Italy and any Mediterranean countries. I think I'd like it too much and never come back . So, other than those locales, what should top my list? Is there a good restaurant I should have a bite at, a nice village or a bridge to contemplate? I'm not looking only for the touristy type things, I want something that most people who visit Europe wouldn't go and see! History is on the move, Captain. Those who cannot keep up with it will be left behind, to watch from a distance. And those who stand in our way will not watch at all."- ”Grand Admiral Thrawn" Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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