Fun and Useful Tourist Guide

4 May
Youth Culture - Mods & Rockers 1960s - 1970s

Youth Culture – Mods & Rockers 1960s – 1970s (Photo credit: brizzle born and bred)

Please, cultural people you can keep reading if you promise not getting offended, OK? So, get on board and let’s reason together.

You just bought a Interail/Eurail pass. You are not sure when you are getting this opportunity again because your working life is starting and you’ll have lots to do. You probably had an firm argument to buying tickets, booking hostels and buying cultural programs. That is a un-payable  experience.

Then, my fellow, you spend the whole day visiting historical places, wonderful churches and uncountable hours in loads of musea (or museums if you want). In the evening, mate, how keen are you of going out and staying up the whole night? Blah… What about next day?

No. The Stiod  is for some good writer and smart traveler (or travelers group). It would be divided by places, cities, capitals. It will teach you exactly what you are supposed to say to people (including your parents and relatives that supported your travel) in one page. Another page will tell exactly what to do to have fun and meet people. Where to go, how to behave, what to buy and stay, as well as what to buy as souvenir without spending hours walking in city centers looking for something cool to you old uncle sitting home and waiting for a post card and a memento of your travel 😀

Have you ever got this sinking feeling that you are not culturally appropriate? Yeah, I knew it! That’s because you have never read this book. Because it is a begging-to-be-done idea!

For the time being, I’ve never found anything similar and have amused myself with lots of freaking interesting cultural programs, but barely enjoyed one night in cities such as Budapes, Praga, Paris, etc. Why? Why?

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