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    Was thinking of Southern Germany, Austria, or Switzerland, it will be next year (summer), any help would be appreciated :yep:
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    Why not northern Germany It's so beautiful http://www.hdr-photos.com/data/media...mburg4.JPG.jpg

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    (Original post by whitepearlbaby)
    Why not northern Germany It's so beautiful http://www.hdr-photos.com/data/media...mburg4.JPG.jpg

    oh, your hometown of Hamburg? :p: Hmm, I dont know, I want to see somewhere mountainous

    it does look nice to be fair, wouldnt mind moving to germany one day
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    (Original post by tom//)
    oh, your hometown of Hamburg? :p: Hmm, I dont know, I want to see somewhere mountainous

    it does look nice to be fair, wouldnt mind moving to germany one day
    Well yeah, you won't find any mountains in Hamburg But what about the Black Forest? (Schwarzwald)

    http://www.mutterer.de/img/schwarzwald.jpg
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    (Original post by whitepearlbaby)
    Well yeah, you won't find any mountains in Hamburg But what about the Black Forest? (Schwarzwald)

    http://www.mutterer.de/img/schwarzwald.jpg
    it looks nice, but so does Ch, At, and De
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    (Original post by tom//)
    it looks nice, but so does Ch, At, and De
    De? Deutschland? Black Forest is in Germany Well I can't help with your decision, I'm just advertising for Germany
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    Skiing's quite good and not too pricey in slovenia
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    Appaz Poland is really nice, and I think it's centra rather than Eastern Europe.
    But yeah, it looks lovely .
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    (Original post by Wat:Shark:Where)
    Skiing's quite good and not too pricey in slovenia
    Thats a completely different option, I love skiing Hmm
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    (Original post by tom//)
    Thats a completely different option, I love skiing Hmm
    And quick holiday language lesson number one: Beer = Pivo
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    (Original post by Wat:Shark:Where)
    And quick holiday language lesson number one: Beer = Pivo
    Lmao, ahahah, ill bear that in mind Rad te imam

    Moje vozilo na zračni blazini je polno jegulj
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    slovenia is beautiful! it has some fantastic ancient towns, beautiful mountains, crystal clear lakes to swim in and its relatively cheap too!
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    Let me tell you, no matter what, the only right place to go is Denmark - and I am not in any imaginable way biased:P
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    Hmm, Slovenia looks good, but whats there to do there apart from Skiing?

    Was thinking more Andorra for that..
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    If it were me I'd choose Switzerland. Germany also sounds tempting, though.
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    (Original post by Concept)
    If it were me I'd choose Switzerland. Germany also sounds tempting, though.
    Hmm, I think thats where Ill go Garrr Austria is more tempting than Germany though :P
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    (Original post by tom//)
    Hmm, I think thats where Ill go Garrr Austria is more tempting than Germany though :P
    Cool. Have fun and send me a postcard
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    Krakow! Lovely city with some real character about it. Incredibly modest place as well. Or a village in Bavaria.
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    what about budapest? or is that eastern europe?
    still beautiful though
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