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Things to do while preparing for your trip, including planning where to go, budgeting, etc.

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What works for some people is a satnav/GPS and set it to point of interest/sight seeing. Often you can run the route(s) at home and look for all POI near it. That way you can look them up on internet …
answered May 29 '15 by Willeke
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time to learn that. After 30 odd years of traveling around for holidays, most of that alone, I still have to sit down in the planning stage not to make the same mistake again. So much to see, so little time this trip. …
answered Jun 21 '15 by Willeke
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Besides the general seasons, as discribed in the other answers, there can be school holiday seasons. These are more clear when looking at a relative small area where many people stay within the area f …
answered Dec 18 '16 by Willeke
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The first foreign language in all of Europe is English. In all tourist destinations you will find people speaking it, often enough of them that you might think everybody in the country can communicate …
answered May 24 '15 by Willeke
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It is very easy to find free things to do in many European cities. Google -free things to do in europe- and you get many sites like these Number 1 Number 2 Number 3 Numebr 4 These are just random sit …
answered Jun 13 '16 by Willeke
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You are not the only one of the train. While you go the six hour distance, most long distance trains have people getting on and off at all stations it stops. With day time trains that is well possible …
answered Mar 28 '16 by Willeke
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With that list and the fact that you will have a car I would sugest to go to Arundal castle, be there the moment it opens, so you have a fair time. Old and big castle, worth visiting. Not all of it is …
answered Jan 9 '16 by Willeke
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For such a short visit, I would want to do as little surface travel as possible as that is always slower than airtravel. So I used Skyscanner to have a look at prices Schiphol (AMS) to Bergen (BGO) a …
answered Jun 21 '16 by Willeke
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impossible to work out how fast or slow you will go through traffic. The sites can do an average, but they can not do real time speeds while you are planning ahead of time. The best alternative for now seems …
answered Aug 1 by Willeke
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What is miss in the answers already here is the 'going by train' option the OP mentions. Driving is not necessary a requirement either, taking the train for some of it would be fine, possibly pref …
answered Feb 17 '16 by Willeke
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/waterkaart_Belgie_vaarwegen.htm Online maps and sites with information are good for planning, when on the water you need charts for the area, best with the almanac/guide with the information on locks …
answered Jun 12 '16 by Willeke