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Advice about Travelling Europe requested

Discussion in 'Channel Zero' started by CIPHER_one, Oct 8, 2003.

  1. CIPHER_one

    CIPHER_one Senior Member

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    Is it wiser to visit Europe in January/February or July/August? In regards to weather. As in, does it still get cold as shit over there? Or is it not that bad in Jan./Feb.?

  2. effyoo

    effyoo Elite Member

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    I've never been but I know some of northern europe is on the same latitude(longitude?) as parts of Canada. So, I would assume that you should pack a sweater or two if you are gonna be in say, England.
  3. Jan-Feb = wintertime
    Jul-Aug = summertime
  4. Abracadabra

    Abracadabra Dirty Dozen Crew

    Joined: Dec 28, 2001 Messages: 22,906 Likes Received: 113
    europe speaks the truth. it all depends on which type of weather you prefer (and how much clothing you like on your women)
  5. CIPHER_one

    CIPHER_one Senior Member

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    thanks for the breakdown Europe...I guess I was just curious whether the europe winters were warmer than american winters. I guess it wouldn't be much warmer if at all...
  6. Well northern europe gets winter bad, like the north east of the US.
    Southern europe is still good in the winter time, but not too hot.

  7. Abracadabra

    Abracadabra Dirty Dozen Crew

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    ??? a new york winter is different to an la winter isn't it....anyway....

    go north, it'll be snowing, so south it'll be raining...go further south and the sun will be shining......make your choice bruvna
  8. Boring Bastard

    Boring Bastard Elite Member

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    I've been told that it's much more expensive to be a tourist in the summer over there.............Uh oh!
    Winters for the poor?
    I guess so..........
  9. se_FOUR

    se_FOUR Senior Member

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    Damn, Europes a big place the south you go the warmer your gonna get, places like Rome are still like 28c83d still, Say Nice in January is gonna be in the mid 15-18c say 60-70d, England aint gonna no where near as cold as NYC winters..I found NYC be be expensive, the beer/lager in more expensive plus you have to tip, your cabs are less expensive and your food aint really that much different..Anyway the best way for find out is to come to Europe and travel and see what takes you fancy, so many different cultures and places to explore..Have fun..
  10. Edika

    Edika Member

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    hmmmm did u now that europe was a continent? with a lot of countries?

    its like saying that u are visiting north america... well canada is freezing, while mexico is hot...

    so north europe is cold, and south europe is kinda hot in winter...
  11. Sonik3000

    Sonik3000 Senior Member

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  12. swiss cheese

    swiss cheese Senior Member

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    without being a total PRICK like some people I can answer your question very simply.
    'In general' the North American continent gets both colder and hotter than the European continent since it is a larger land mass.
    If you are from the U.S. (excluding the very south and California) you will deal with most European weather just fine.
  13. !@#$%

    [email protected]#$% Moderator Crew

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    fuck weather.

    in the winter, it will be cheaper, and less crowded.

    spring/summertime are prime tourist season.

    shit gets expensive
    shit gets crowded
    people get irritated

    go in LATE FALL (late october/november)
    or VERY EARLY SPRING (march/early april)

    dress moderately, it won't be freezing or blazing
  14. suburbian bum

    suburbian bum 12oz Loyalist

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    In northern italy in march it wasnt that warm. Like 50-65 degrees.
  15. Kr430n5_666

    Kr430n5_666 Banned

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    Ms. Houle finally went crazy and began throwing stolen infants off of various cliffs surrounding her hometown.