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Old 04-13-2004, 10:47 AM   #1
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Got the ticket today july 4th-july 18th. Going in and out of Frankfurt, but everything else is up in the air. Gonna book hostels on-line though this site. Is it hard?

Hope to run into someone with the logo on!!! ha ha ha
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Old 04-13-2004, 11:12 AM   #2
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hey, congrats on your booking!

if i were you though, i'd pick either france/germany, benelux/germany or benelux/france - you only have 2 weeks!!

since you're flying into frankfurt, i'd suggest france/germany. you'll need even more than 2 weeks to fully experience these!
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Very true, I wish I could get more time off from work. Paris might not make the cut in the end, but I wanted to check out Bastille Day.

How come Amsterdam always winds up in my travel itinerary EVERY YEAR??? ha ha ha ha
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Can anybody suggest a good small village on the Rhine?
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Its not exactly small but when I was in Germany last summer I hung out in Koblenz about 4 times a week and loved it. If you want something smaller just find a map and look a few miles north and south of Koblenz. There are lots of cool small towns all along there. Good luck.
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