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Coming inside a european city at 7am, where do you turn then? - flyertalk forums walked the
The final time I visited Europe (Paris) I required a non-stop flight in the new england of america and showed up at approximately 7 AM. After enduring customs and immigration we required a bus to the hotel in central Paris. The two of us were SICK TIRED. So tired we’re able to hardly stay at home. Neither my hubby nor I could sleep on the flight. (We dozed off a couple of occasions but always automobile if somebody would start speaking or rammed into us because they walked lower the aisle.) Sorry we can not fly business or Top Class.

Coming at our Paris hotel about 9 AM we took it to sleep within the worst way however they told us our room wasn’t available until about 4 PM. We requested to check on right into a room and we’d spend the money for previous night. I was desperate! The person in the desk acted like i was crazy and stated that might be impossible because we would need to take a look at in our room at 11 AM (in 2 hrs and appearance in again at 4 PM) we believed that was the craziest factor I’d heard. But we’ve got nowhere with him.

Therefore we checked our bags and walked the roads of the empty Paris on the Sunday Morning within the cold rain. Nothing was open. By 4 PM i was almost suicidal from cold, wet and from being SO TIRED. Finally we’ve got into our room and located it really miserable with a lot of traffic noise and sounds in the neighbors with the thin walls. Your bed was harder than the usual rock. (Your accommodation looked so nice on the internet and had great reviews!)

Coming inside a european city at 7am, where do you turn then? - flyertalk forums re able to hardlyHow can you survive when you initially reach Europe at 7AM and also have just to walk the road for 8 hrs an email psychic reading to your accommodation?

Could it be all worthwhile?


How To Move To and Live in Europe


peacef77: just saying hello…. :)

Dreams Around The World: Hello and welcome! Thanks for taking the time to comment

Caressa Clark: Got back from Prague a month ago. It was the best time I have had in Europe so far.. and I have also been to Iceland, Sweden, and Germany. The Czechs were super nice to me. The beer was the best I've ever had, and it was VERY cheap. Buying beer in the U.S after buying beer in the Czech Republic is a major disappointment. I found it to be a very liberal city. I even spent a few hours in the countryside, and again, everyone was nice. Lots of stares (i am black☺) but not the nasty kind. Long story short, I could totally live in Czech Republic very happily, and I would encourage others to consider moving there. I didn't realize it would be so easy to move there until I watched this video.

Dreams Around The World: We'd love to have you here! And yup, can never go back to the beer back home…I even find the hangover is 10x worse!

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Dreams Around The World: +Malik Clarke that's what she said

I am sorry but: hey man pls reply can we do forex trading in 1st year and pay them taxes does that count as self employed job?

Dreams Around The World: No idea if it's counted as investment income or not.

Tyler Townsend: Some websites tell me to just get a job seekers visa to move to Germany. This makes it seem like I could just get any job I wanted purely if I had basic skills (EX: a line cook)\nIs this true?

Dreams Around The World: Sorry I have zero experience with this, but it doesn't seem to make sense to me. Generally jobs go to EU first, unless you have a specific skill. Try to double verify it before paying any company for it.