The New Travel Thread: Now with write ups in the OP

Discussion in 'The Mainboard' started by Jax Teller, Apr 8, 2015.

  1. Arkadin

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    WHEN: Varies depending on route. Generally February through March and mid-October through mid-December 2019, including Thanksgiving
     
  2. DaveGrohl

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    Long overdue Italy write up:

    My wife and I went at the end of March/early April, so it was still a little on the cold side. But we probably avoided larger crowds. I booked all train tickets on Italiarail.com. They made it pretty easy. You should definitely upgrade to assigned seating when available. I also looked at https://www.seat61.com/Italy-trains.htm for any questioons we had about the trains. I learned a little Italian before we went but it really wasn't necessary. Everyone speaks English, even in the smaller towns. It probably did make a better impression to greet everyone in Italian, but they would always start speaking English fairly quickly without being prompted. Guess my Italian was that bad. Used Scott's and Airbnb for everything and didn't have any issues. We aren't the types to plan every minute of every day so I got tickets in advance to a few important museums/activities but kept plenty of leisure time to just explore. Random note, being charged to use public restrooms was new but totally worth it. Every bathroom there was clean.

    Milan
    We stayed on the Navigli. Was a pretty loud district at night but that's also the appeal. Lots of young people drinking around the river there. It was cool place to hang out at night. Went to Sforzesco Castle and a couple of the museums there. The Duomo was pretty cool (didn't go to the top because the line was ridiculous). Also went to the huge shopping mall next door. Was a cool experience besides the panhandlers trying to put bracelets on everyone and hand out bird feed for the pigeons. Overall, decent city but the lowlight of the trip. Also the place I put the least amount of effort into so tifwiw.

    Varenna - Lake Como
    My favorite stop. We stayed in Perledo, a little village right above Varenna. Great views of the lake. Seeing the little towns lit up at night while drinking wine on the balcony is something I'll remember forever. Hell of a hike to get back up though. During the day from about 12-5 tourists would flood in. After about 6 thought the town was nearly deserted. We ate dinner with about ten people both nights. We rented a boat for four hours and drove down to look at all the other towns. Should have rented it longer. It was awesome. We also took a ferry over to Bellagio and explored the whole place.

    Venice
    Everyone said I would be tired of Venice after 24 hours but that didn't happen. We stayed in an attic apartment with a roof terrace on the grand canal. Shit was awesome. Took the ferry over to Burano and ate lunch and explored. There was a small band playing classical in St Mark's Square when we went. Took the traghetto instead of an expensive-ass gondola. Ate at a place called Taverna al Remer that has a cool courtyard outside and a dock with a view of the Rialto Bridge. Also, validate your water taxi tickets because we did see people getting fined for not doing it. I really enjoyed Venice and wish we had more time there.

    Vernazza - Cinque Terre
    Stayed in another place with a great balcony view. Same story as Varenna - crowded during the day but hardly a soul around at night, but enough places around to grab a nice dinner. We took a bus up to a tiny village called San Bernadino that has great views of the coast and Corniglia. We walked into the bar there but there was literally nobody there so we couldn't get a drink. We walked over to Corniglia after that and grabbed lunch, gelato, beers. Ate one of the best meals of my life in a small wine shop called Vineria Santa Marta. Went there on the host's recommendation. The hiking trails were closed so we just hung out around Vernazza instead of checking out the other towns.

    Florence
    Got tickets in advance to the Academia. Loved that museum. Skipped the Uffizi (don't judge me). Went to Piazza Michelangelo and enjoyed the view at sunset, then walked down through the San Niccolo neighborhood. If you go to the Boboli Gardens google Hotel Annalena and go to the entrance across the street from it. That lets you skip the lines at the main entrance near the Pitti Palace. Other than that, we had a lot of fun just walking around exploring. The Mercato Centrale was cool if you like that sort of thing. My wife enjoyed the haggling aspect. I did not.

    Rome
    This is where we had the only bad experience of the trip. I researched the best Colosseum tours and went with CoopCulture. Got "skip the line tickets" and the upper level tour. Turns out you really don't get to skip the line (the only line you get to skip is a place where they ask if you need tickets or already have them). They recommended we get there 45 minutes early. We got there an hour early and were late for the tour by 5 minutes. They wouldn't let me join the group or put me on the next one. After a few minutes arguing with them they refunded me and gave me regular tickets for free.

    Besides that, Rome was great. I cannot stress this enough: If you want to go to the Vatican Museum, book tickets for a time during the Papal Audience. We nearly had the museum to ourselves. Everyone was outside listening to the Pope. The museum wasn't supposed to open until 9. We got there around 8:20 and security just let us in anyway when they saw we had tickets. Spent a couple of hours in the museum, saw the Sistine Chapel with a sparse crowd, then went out to St Peter's Square and still got to see the Pope speak.

    Went to the Trevi Fountain around 6:45am and there were about five people there. Then walked over to The Pantheon and ate breakfast. The wife got some great some shots for the Gram so she was happy.

    Oh, and we stumbled upon the Market at Piazza Campo de'Fiori and I really liked it. Fun to grab a beer and walk around to watch the demonstrations. Bought some probably fake Raybans. Ate lunch there and people watched.

    I'm sure I've left some things out since it's been a while. Hopefully this helps someone trying to plan.

    Also I've been amused by people who, after hearing the cities we went to, respond with "You didn't go to Cinque Terre or Tuscany?"


    edit: Also just remembered this - my wife brought a 50lb suitcase and a smaller bag. I brought a backpack and a duffel. Most of the place we stayed were on floors 3-5. Only Milan had a working elevator. Carrying that 50lb'er up to the 5th floor in Venice was terrible.
     
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  3. AptosDuck

    AptosDuck Pedantic Hausfrau

    Fucking hated the road to Hana. Good luck finding a parking space. Every time wife wanted to stop along the way because there was a nice waterfall or whatever to look at, there was no place to pull over because the three spots were taken and there was a line of cars waiting to park and blocking through traffic. If you want to be able to find parking, start early. Better yet, find a more accessible waterfall to obsess over
     
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  4. WC

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    I’ll add that I did Venice in the fall of ‘17 and really liked it. It’s just so different than any other city/vacation I’ve been on. Had some phenomenal food, loved walking the canals, and just generally enjoyed the atmosphere. We stayed on the far east end of the city so there were virtually no tourists there and it was so peaceful compared to the main central areas on the Canal.

    Highly recommend. I think Florence is still my favorite Italian city that I’ve spent time in (Rome, Venice, Florence, Bologna) but they’re all amazing for their own reasons.
     
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  5. ohhaithur

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    I've heard it is stressful and ruins honeymoons
     
  6. TC

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    Just tried this and it's still working as of this am. Europe from Columbia SC round trip for < $500 :shocked:
     
  7. 941Gator

    941Gator TMB's resident beach bum
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    “Alright, you jump out of the car. I’ll check out the next one.”
     
  8. TC

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    [​IMG]
     
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  9. AptosDuck

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    I was in a pretty bad mood by the time we got to Waianapanapa State Park - took 3 1/2 hours from Kahana/Lahaina. Was slightly easier coming back because we were third car in an aggressive convoy that plowed through the narrow bridges like the highway was our own personal 30-mile long driveway. Pretty drive, but it loses its charm quickly. Black Sand Beach and the lava tubes were cool, but not really worth being in the car nearly 7 hours. Bring food with you; there's not much in the way of eateries on that stretch of road. I found myself pretty angry at the state of Hawaii for not making the road easier for drivers, knowing that it's billed as a significant tourist attraction. Even in places where they could easily widen it, they kept it narrow for its "charm."
     
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  10. Weedlord420

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    Part of Hawaii’s charm is the state not caring if a spot is billed as a big time tourist attraction tbf.

    Maui is a tiny island, they’re not going to make a road unless they absolutely have to.
     
  11. DaveGrohl

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    Currently trying to decide between these three trips for summer (maybe May if I can squeeze it in):

    • Italy again: Capri > Sorrento > Positano > Bari
    • Germany/France border: Mainz > Cochem > Colmar > Bern > Annecy
    • Austria-ish: Munich > Hallstatt > Graz > Bled > Rovinj
    Would spend two weeks on any of them. I’m leaning towards the third option.
     
  12. AptosDuck

    AptosDuck Pedantic Hausfrau

    Then the taxpaying locals on that side of the island get to suffer, too

    They've obviously upgraded it from donkey trail to real road, they can upgrade it a bit more
     
  13. FriendsofJtyler

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  14. JohnnyChimpo

    JohnnyChimpo This man, Lenny Pepperidge, AKA Lenny the Pep...
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    Sorry for the stuipid question but where do I find these deals?
     
  15. Room 15

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    Sign up for Scott's cheap flights emails.

    But for that deal specifically:

    AIRLINE(S): American, Air Canada, British Airways, Delta, KLM, Lufthansa, United

    so easiest to search on google flights
     
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  16. Arkadin

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    The easiest way to do it is to punch your origin and destination in on google flights, then click around on the dates on the calendar and see what works best for you. Then take those dates to somewhere like kayak
     
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  17. JohnnyChimpo

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    Great, thanks. Have a trip to LA in July and likely to fly from there to London - am just starting to scout prices.
     
  18. Arkadin

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    That deal wont work for July but something will come up eventually
     
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  19. Room 15

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    WHEN: Varies depending on route. Generally February through March and mid-October through mid-December 2019, including Thanksgiving

    But you should sign up for the list because more may come up for your time period. Although July is prime season so maybe not as much.
     
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  20. 941Gator

    941Gator TMB's resident beach bum
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    after google flights searching, wouldn't you just then go to the airline website, not Kayak?
     
  21. Arkadin

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    OTAs can be cheaper than direct booking. It's why Scott's recommends using momondo or kayak
     
  22. 941Gator

    941Gator TMB's resident beach bum
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    interesting. i'm surprised to hear that, at least in regards to flights sales that Scott's found.
     
  23. Where Eagles Dare

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    I guess she owns all that land. Pretty bad ass, but also fucked up
     
  24. FriendsofJtyler

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    Anyone ever done El Nido in the Philippines? Man that place looks incredible. Looking to potentially ping a Tokyo/Osaka trip (Chase/Amex points to fly ANA) next March for cherry blossoms with 4-5 days in El Nido.
     
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  25. Why?Pokes

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    They keep it like that so there’s not 50 carloads of slack jawed tourists at every turnout causing even bigger traffic jams and destroying the sights. They do that (discouraging mass sightseeing) on the Big Island with some spots too: Mauna Kea observatories, Makalawena beach, Waipio Valley, Road to the Sea...

    Plus there are some stretches of the road that would cost a ton to improve and there’s relatively few people who live over there. The broad consensus is to make a multi-day trip out of it and not try to knock it all out in 24 hrs.
     
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  26. Lyrtch

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    is 5 days on maui just way too much?

    its mostly because it'd be leveraging free hotel/flights
     
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  27. 941Gator

    941Gator TMB's resident beach bum
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    you deserve it.
     
  28. Lyrtch

    Lyrtch My second favorite meat is hamburger
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    thats a given
     
  29. The B1G Kucktis

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    Not if you spend one day on Lanai.
     
  30. ohhaithur

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    I'm doing seven so I'm the wrong person to ask but what are your additional days taking away from?
     
  31. Lyrtch

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    basically the wife would have a conference M-F, the previous week we'll either go to Oahu or Kauai for 5 days

    I'm just trying to figure out if we want to try to leave town early if 5 days, where the conference is dead center tourist ville, is going to make us go nuts.
     
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  32. BamaNug

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    Can get Seattle nonstop to London on Sept 1, and Barca nonstop to LAX on Sept 8 for $518 on Norwegian Air right now. Really fucking tempting.
     
  33. AptosDuck

    AptosDuck Pedantic Hausfrau

    I hear the road to Hana takes two days if done right

    Each of our two visits to Maui have been for 8-9 days, and we've always found something enjoyable to do.
     
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  34. colonel_forbin

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    What neighborhood should I stay in while in Vancouver?
     
  35. ANTWONE

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    Gastown. I stayed in Chinatown when I went which was fine too.
     
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  36. Jimmy the Saint

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    Stayed in Yaletown. It’s not too far from Gastown and was easy to get around from there.
     
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  37. Arkadin

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  38. PJP3

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    I'd have to think they look at people who do stuff like that habitually harder. I assume it wasn't just a one off for that guy. At least I hope so. I booked a RT to europe this summer bc it was thousands less than a one way, but have no plan to use the return since I got a good b class miles deal home.
     
  39. ohhaithur

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    Missing a return is a lot less suspicious than skiplagging. A lot less
     
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  40. BamaNug

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    Gastown is my personal favorite. Just a few blocks from Chinatown. Yaletown is good, too.
     
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  41. Arkadin

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    I like this one

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    FROM:

    Atlanta (ATL) - $491

    Charlotte (CLT) - $490

    Cincinnati (CVG) - $491

    Detroit (DTW) - $491

    Indianapolis (IND) - $579

    Minneapolis (MSP) - $491

    WHEN: Varies by origin. Generally late October through December 2019, including Thanksgiving. Some routes have limited availability February through March 2019 for last-minute travel
     
  42. Whammy

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    Hey fellas - heading to Cabo on Thursday for a bachelor party. Flying in the day before, anything to there that doesn’t involve Carlos and Charlie’s and the like?
     
  43. ksim14

    ksim14 Well-Known Member

    Depends on what you are looking to do, Im sure being apart of a bachelor party you will hit places like El Squid Roe and the numerous booze cruises that head out to El Arco and the like. Can hit the marina and find someone that will take you out deep sea fishing, rent waverunners in the bay, atvs, etc. Then theres random stuff like those flyboards or snuba diving. I think if you head up north to places like Todos Santos you might get in some surfing.

    Mostly its eat fish tacos and booze.
     
  44. Arkadin

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    TO:

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    FROM:

    Baltimore (BWI) - $528

    Boston (BOS) - $519

    Burbank (BUR) - $505

    Cincinnati (CVG) - $594

    Cleveland (CLE) - $514

    Columbus (CMH) - $508

    Dallas (DFW) - $541

    Detroit (DTW) - $500

    Houston (IAH) - $546

    Indianapolis (IND) - $500

    Las Vegas (LAS) - $521

    New York City (LGA) - $494

    Ontario (ONT) - $561

    Orange County (SNA) - $509

    Palm Springs (PSP) - $559

    Philadelphia (PHL) - $514

    Pittsburgh (PIT) - $519

    Raleigh (RDU) - $514

    Sacramento (SMF) - $537

    San Diego (SAN) - $554

    San Jose (SJC) - $524

    Santa Barbara (SBA) - $555

    Washington DC (DCA) - $528

    Washington DC (IAD) - $528



    WHEN: Generally March through May and October through early December 2019, including Thanksgiving
     
  45. Lyrtch

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    anyone use one of those phone case wallets when they travel?

    thinking it might be the move in vietnam when i'll be in shorts/t-shirt the whole time. separate wallet/phone isn't a big deal in cold weather but in petty theft areas it seems like it might be safer combining in warm.
     
  46. Arkadin

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    so they only have to get into one pocket to get all the goods?
     
  47. Lyrtch

    Lyrtch My second favorite meat is hamburger
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    but i only need to pay attention to one thing
     
  48. Fran Tarkenton

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    Wake Forest Demon Deacons

    I use a wallet iphone case standard, but when I travel i always try to diversify where my $ resources are located :twocents:

    Dont want to lose everything in the event of theft.
     
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  49. Arkadin

    Arkadin inefficiently efficent and unclearly clear
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    youre going to need have a ton of dong bills on you. between that and my id and cards i prefer my regular wallet. though i empty it of all but like 3 cards and my id