I can’t seem to make up my mind about exactly what I want to do while I’m in Europe. Of course there’s always the idea of getting a EuroPass and going to see all of these different countries in 2 weeks but I’m not in the best shape and I don’t know if I really want to spend a lot of my nights hanging out, sleeping in a train lol. I then came up with the great idea of going to England and then leaving my stuff there, and going to France and Amsterdam for a couple of days and then coming back. I mean there are a ton of things I could do for my two weeks in England. But I don’t know. I’m also very nervous about staying at a hostel. I just don’t know how much I would enjoy it. But then again, I could get my grandmother to pay for my hotel room but wouldn’t that defeat the purpose of going to Europe? Would I still get to meet lots of neat and interesting people and make lots of friends if I stay in a hotel? Or will that kind of still keep me a loner like I already am? I mean the idea of exploring a lot of Europe over two weeks sounds so exciting. Any suggestions from anyone?
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Hey – definately come to England, or even better… SCOTLAND!!
In fact you can come stay with me! :-)
I’ll show you the sights! Anyway definately do it. Love xx
That sounds awesome! Thanks! I think I will have to look into that. I’m trying to go in like January but would that be a horrible time to go?
Well it depends where you go. In January in the South and normally the Central Belt (so thats Edinurgh) it’ll be pretty horrible to be honest – sleety, rainy, windy. If you go further north there may be a couple of feet of snow. It’s as unpredictable as it gets! England’s different again – my advice is January probably isn;t the best time to come unless you’ve got lots of warm clothes and a jacket. I hope this doesn’t put you off, Scotland is an amazing place to visit, i’ve been all over the world and am yet to find a place more beautiful (Yosemite park dosen’t count!!). I’m not sure where you’re from but i’m assuming America – correct me if i’m wrong? And the culture here is so different. As a rule Americans tend to love it. So go for it!! xx
Oh well that really does change things. I wanted to go before I turned 26 (next january) so that I could get the discount on the EuroPass but i guess I could hold it off until the summer. I have seen pictures of Scotland and have always wanted to visit but I’m willing to bet that pictures will do the countryside no justice.
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