Passport To Europe

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These days, I’m following a morning ritual that puts a nice smile on face and a greedy envy in my heart. I simply wake up at 10:30 in the morning, and after my regular “bathroom routine”, I set behind the TV, channel on the Travel Channel, and a bowl of cereal/plate of waffle on my hand. On 11AM, They air a show called “Passport To Europe” that is featuring a lucky bitch named Samantha Brown that goes everywhere in Europe and dine in the best places out there. I die a little bit inside every time she goes to Italy or France, especially. And for your pleasure and mine, I have made a top ten list about the places I’d like to visit around Europe, in no particular order.

Here’s a question: If I am set to travel to all the places in my list in one trip, alone. How much will it cost me (along with expenses and living costs)?

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9 responses to this post.

  1. Posted by pink on January 10, 2008 at 12:52 am

    its gana be real expensive..i just came from paris and its a killer..a meal for 3 ppl in a small pizza place costs around 30 to 40 kd..so i think u should just choose 3 countries near each other for each trip..and its nice to take a friend to share a room expenses cuz a single room and a double room is around the same price in most hotels and also to share taxi rides..and u will travel more safely if with a friend and u get to see the night life of the country.

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  2. Posted by pink on January 10, 2008 at 1:08 am

    im sorry..i dnt know why i asumed u r a girl…since u r a guy its much easier for u i guess to stay in less expensive hotels than us girls cuz of the safety thing.

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  3. It all depends on your taste and what you plan on doing. To save money I would recommend going by train if at all possible. It’s a nice change to airports if you have never experienced it. The price of hotels varies greatly. In Amsterdam by hotel was around 40KD a night while in Turkey it was about 18KD a night. Different places then where you are going, but same concept. It all depends on you.

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  4. Posted by Sushi on January 10, 2008 at 3:53 am

    It is possible for you to visit all these places without spending much if you’re not picky about the types of hotels & transportations.

    I’ve been to many of the places you listed and some of them cost more than the other- put also in consideration which season you’re planning to choose to visit. Pick the right time, prices drop too.

    Also, you didn’t mention anything about Spain. I haven’t been there personallly but the things I read and people’s stories makes it worth visiting too, dont you think?

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  5. A lot more then you have! hahaha! Man I’m telling you I have looked into this type of trip before and it has gone over 5 digits (KD) which is insane! You can go backpacking which is great and a lot of fun! Trains and stuff!

    I hope you go to all the places you want to go! 🙂

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  6. @Pink

    Thanks for the advice. I’m thinking of backpacking across Europe. I don’t mind in staying cheap hotels as long they are safe.

    @Sam

    These were valuable suggestions. I’d love traveling via Trains, and I don’t mind going far if it means saving some money.

    @Sushi

    Oh, how on Earth I forgot to add Spain in my list. I’d love to go to Madrid more than Barcelona if you asked me.

    @Marzouq

    YES! You read my mind Marzouq. Backpacking seems ideal to me.

    Allah yesma3 menek. I’ll strive hard to go to these places.

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  7. These are some wonderful places, I can imagine! Yeah I’d love to see your financial analysis on the issue! :p

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  8. @N.

    My current financial analysis says I don’t have a zero chance to go there. Maybe after I establish myself and graduate college and find a decent job…then I can afford to go to these places.

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