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home of Real Madrid is well worth it. Also, when the sun is shining in Madrid (which it usually is) renting a little boat and paddling around Retiro Park is great family fun. Madrid has a very big metro system which will allow you to easily and quickly move around, so there is no need to pick an accommodation right in the centre of the city, but it is best to look for one in a popular district since it will be connected better.

• Barcelona
There aren’t many cities in the world that can compete with the beauty of Barcelona, home of timeless artists like Salvador Dalí, Antoni Gaudí, Pablo Picasso and many others. Sagrada Familia, sometimes even merged with nature like at Parc Güell or Parc de la Ciutadella which is a great place to spend time with your little ones. But finding accommodation can be tricky, especially when you travel with the entire family. Unless you’re traveling by car and can afford to book a cheap place in the outskirts of the city, the best thing to do is to look for something in the centre so you can still walk instead of driving to get back and relax. For example, Venere offers cheap hotels and you can specifically look for one in the centre or even near the beach. The beach is also one of the best family friendly locations in Barcelona, but once you venture away from the Mediterranean shore you will find a welcoming city of unrivalled architecture and enchanting food such as delicious paella, scrumptious calamari and traditional Catalan dishes.

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- Single, well traveled, female
- Not been to S, P or M
- Itching for adventurous travel (adventure = food, wine, conversation, people, culture, religion, non-scarring disasters)
- OK scarring is ok as long as I can hide it if necessary
- Thinking 2-3 weeks
- No high end hotels, no backpacker level digs either
- Combination of bus/rail and car (if it makes sense)
Can I... rather "SHOULD I" do Sp, P and M... or is that too much?
What is best bet for first trip? I'll be back to hit the rest.
Maybe 2-3 Spanish destinations and 2 Moroccan cities? Portugal just sounds cool... maybe I just want to drink the port, hmmm.

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Where to visit in Japan?

I am going to Japan for around 3 weeks and was wondering where people recommend I visit. I am locking in around 10 days in Tokyo, when my friend will be there, but am wanting advice as to how I should spend the rest of my time. I am keen to spend some time in Kyoto but there is clearly so much else to do and I'm struggling to figure out exactly what.

While I am interested in visiting some shrines and temples, I can only do that for so long. I really appreciate beautiful sceneries and cool cities. If anyone has been to Japan and were blown away by some places, or really…

Hello Nick, The must see places in Japan are Tokyo, Kyoto, Nara, Osaka, Kanazawa, Takayama, shirakawago, Hiroshima and Miyajima. Pick up a good travel guide like Lonely Planet Japan before you visit as this will help you plan your trip to see and Do in Japan

Traditional Japan

Kyoto - home to more than 2000 shrines and temples
Nara - ancient capital and the birthplace of Japanese culture
Kanazawa - with the best preserved samurai and geisha districts in Japan

Culinary Experience

Tokyo - home to more Michelin star restaurants…

Day trips in Japan, suggestions?

I have multiple questions.

Should I go on a trip to Hokkaido by myself or find some friends to go with?
On that same Hokkaido trip, should I extend it to include some parts of Tohoku?
If I do, what are some good things to do in Tohoku?

Other things to do:
I want to travel a bit more, and thinking perhaps day or two day trips might be a good idea.
Where are some good places to go? My home base is Osaka.
Please no suggestions for around Kansai, because I'm waiting until August when I can get a 3 day Kansai Spring Pass which will let…

I live in Hokkaido.
I think that I had better see the sights of Hokkaido for three days if you can run.
Tohoku region is the same, too.
Where is the spot that you want to see the sights of?
If movement time and distance, the time of the train want to know it, please ask me a question.
About the contents of a concrete schedule, I think that I can give you some advice.

Have you been to JAPAN. tips, help, guide me plz.?

Hi, I'm 19 and I really x99 wanna go to japan, by myself for atleast 1 whole week. I really wanna ask a few stuff.
aside from the plain ticket. how much money should I bring?
how much clothes should I pack(do they have laundry mats?)
what's the best time to go there? month/season?
aside from a hotel, like maybe, are there people willing to take gaijins(foreigners) in their houses?

so I dont wanna go on further. just give me tips and guides or how you survived your trip to japan.

I make one suggestion to all newbies to Japan.That is travel light.Even in winter you should not overload yourself with clothes/luggage (a major hassle on trains/shinkansen).Summer is very humid and hot, it is best to avoid cotton clothes and wear the new age materials that outdoor shops sell.They are easy to hand wash and dry very quickly.Take deodorant from home with you.Spring and Autumn are great , take casual clothes and layer for the cooler days.Winter can vary from very cool (depends on where you are) to freezing and below. For example, in January 2010 I was at the top of Mt. Aso…

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