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QuagsireQing Does Europe

Discussion in 'Small Talk' started by QuagsireQing, May 24, 2006.

  1. Rest easy, Canada: QuagsireQing will be out of the country for a whole TWO WEEKS! By 7:45 pm On Thursday, May 25, I'll be settled down in the south of Germany for the first week of my adventures in Europeland.

    After one week in Germany, I'll be spending a half-week each in London and Paris, with brief trips to Normandy and Oxford. The latter half is already chock-full of activities, but the first week begs the question...WHAT AM I GONNA DO?!

    Any suggestions as to fun (and nearby...not that that means much, since compared to Canada, EVERYTHING is nearby in Europe) stuff to do on a budget? Half the intelligent life on this board resides on the continent and must have some ideas.

    MORE IMPORTANTLY: which games should I get? I definitely NEED to get a European game while I'm over there, either for DS or GBA, but are there any games that I CAN'T get over here?
  2. Prof. Cinders

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    I wouldn't recommend getting any games in Germany or France, they'd all be like what my mp3 player was like (took me a while to work out that egaliser meant equaliser... Even though I do french GCSE... Yes). So wait 'til you get to the UK for that. ;) Germany holds many things, including, I dunno, historical monuments and stuff. I've only been there once, and that was in the Rheinland.
  3. Doctor Oak

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  4. Prof. Cinders

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    I didn't. You did.
  5. I know enough to make sure I look as much like an American as possible when I'm in France. Maybe since I'm fluent in French I'll pick up a copy of Pokémon Version Emeraude and train my favourite Pokémon, Maraiste...just for kicks.

    And...what war we talkin' 'bout?
    #5 QuagsireQing, May 24, 2006
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  6. Prof. Cinders

    Prof. Cinders Mathemagician
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    Both the World Wars. You know, 1 and 2? The second one being with Hitler? *promptly shuts up*

    Do enjoy your trips. :p

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