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Old 03-09-2010, 09:03 AM
 
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hello,

i am traveling to Europe at the end of March, and need some ideas about what to see and do. it will be 3 of us, American mid-20's men. this is my loose itenerary. Any travelers or European locals, please feel free to give me some advice on what i should not miss that would be outside the obvious.

Denmark - Roskilde, Frederiksborg Palace, wander around Copenhagen for a day.

London - 4 days in Kensington. No ideas yet, besides sightseeing, but at a glance London appears to have no shortage of things to see and do.

Ireland - 1 day in Belfast, 3 in Dublin. Only plans are to see the Guiness factory; I'm not sure what to see in Ireland.

Belgium / Netherlands - 7 days. will probably breeze through Charleroi > Brussels > Ghent. Attending Motel Mozaïque Festival in Rotterdam, visiting Coffeeshops and Art Museums in Amsterdam.


any advice is appreciated.
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Old 03-10-2010, 07:38 AM
 
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hello,
London - 4 days in Kensington. No ideas yet, besides sightseeing, but at a glance London appears to have no shortage of things to see and do.
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-- Tower of London if you like history
-- Take in a play or comedy show in the theatre district (the comedy over here is brilliant)
-- Take in a football (soccer) match - Arsenal is an easy tube ride on the Picadilly line
-- There are tours on the River Thames that offer commentary on the history as you float by. I haven't done it but have heard it is really good.
-- Soho in the evening.

Have fun!
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Old 03-10-2010, 11:57 AM
 
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ohh, that is a good idea. i am a huge college (american) football fan, and i have always wanted to see a premier league match. in the london area i have heard of arsenal and chelsea, so i will check one of those out-- thanks.
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