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Old Feb 19th, 2001, 05:54 PM
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Danna
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OOPS, more clubs. there's the Hate and Love Trolls clubs... Make that 5!
 
Old Feb 19th, 2001, 06:10 PM
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Ewart
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Bugged take a look at the answers to the question about scenic drives in Amsterdam Is tat stuff right out of a guide book or what?
 
Old Feb 20th, 2001, 03:47 AM
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Andrea
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So, back to the original topic . . .

I seldom post to this board, since I have only been to a few cities in Europe, but post regularly on the Asia board (where there are seldom if ever any "nasty" comments - then again, we only get a couple of posts a day!).

I appreciate Neophyte's desire for personal experiences beyond tour books, but I think it's pretty obvious that the more well thought out the question, the more well-thought-out the answer is likely to be.

A question like "I have read the major tour books, but am wondering if anyone knows of a restaurant in Paris with authentic/traditional French food with mid-range prices frequented more by locals than tourists?" will get better, more thoughtful, and more useful answers than "What's a good restaurant in Paris?"

A newcomer who reads through even 5 posts before posting thier question should be able to see which types of questions (specific) are getting the best answers, so I don't have too much sympathy for posters who ask a "Is there anything to do in Paris" question and then get slammed.

Anybody wanna come to Asia?
 

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