Oct. 13th, 2011 01:21 am
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So here's my tentative plans so far;

November 30th - December 7th - LONDON
December 7th - December 9th - PARIS
December 9th - December 11th - STUTTGART
December 11th - December 13th - BERN (or somewhere else in Switzerland that I haven't decided on yet)

I'd fly into London, and out of Bern.

I want to do touristy things in London, as well as check out the school I want to apply to.
In Paris I want to eat. Fancy lovely things I didn't get to eat last time I want there because of my budget. I also would like to see Versailles, but is that advisable in winter?
In Stuttgart I want to go to the Christkindlmarkt, and see the city.
In Bern I want to do more touristy stuff, and be happy that I get to visit a country I've never been to before, and that was the home of my great great great grandparents (I only recently discovered that I'm very distantly ancestrally Swiss, which makes me happy).

I plan on taking trains between everywhere. I'm a bit nervous about the London/Paris train though. I am not comfortable being in a tunnel under the water... Generally me and water do not mix.

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Date: 2011-10-14 06:14 am (UTC)
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It gets easier the more you do it - I was terrified my first time going to Europe alone, but I made it.

In some ways, I prefer traveling alone. You can do what YOU want (sleep all day? OKAY!), and not have to worry about someone else. Plus, it feels awesome afterwards. Like, I always feel so capable. People are always impressed I travel alone as well.

On the other hand, there's a good chance I'll have a few break downs during the trip. I always do. When I backpacked Europe, I spent the first week and a half pretty much miserable. It's half good, half bad. But I'd rather travel by myself than not go at all.


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