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Old 02-26-2006, 11:23 AM   #1
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The only requirements are cheap flights from London over a weekend in April, and it has to be a good place for clubbing. So any suggestions?
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When I was in Prague I saw tons of stags. It's a fun party city, and really beautiful!
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Budapest and Krakow are on the list too !
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Oh my, well I think that could be any multitude of places....every big city will have lots of clubs. But Jen and atchoum may have a point; at least the drinks will be cheaper in E. Europe!

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Lauren... the title is : blahblahblah in Eastern Europe...

Go have a drink now, you need it.
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LOL...and be prepared to apparently have your fellow T-Punks avoid your choice like the plague J/K
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There were lots of stag parties in the Baltics while we were there, we always saw groups of hung over Englishmen in the cafes in the (late) morning - obviously they'd had a good time the night before! Word of warning, though, on more than one occasion groups of foreign guys who were obviously in town to party were targeted by local toughs and ended up in fights or losing their cash at the very least, outside some of the clubs. The locals there don't really enjoy their home being seen as a place where rich foreigners can come, flaunt their wealth and act stupid, and sometimes things can get hostile.
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Lauren... the title is : blahblahblah in Eastern Europe...

Go have a drink now, you need it.*
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Berlin or Madrid. I can't remember getting any sleep in Madrid for the entire week I was there.

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on more than one occasion groups of foreign guys who were obviously in town to party were targeted by local toughs and ended up in fights or losing their cash at the very least, outside some of the clubs. The locals there don't really enjoy their home being seen as a place where rich foreigners can come, flaunt their wealth and act stupid, and sometimes things can get hostile.
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thats actually a pretty good idea, i wish more locals would do the same. not that im against partying while on holiday, butif the aim is just to be drunk for a few days they why not spend the money you would save on the flights on beer at home?
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