Hey /trv/, I just won $5 mil in a local lottery, and I want to spend big chunk of it on lottery.
First, I'm looking for must-visit places in Germany, Austria and Canada.
I like mountains and nature, more or less, I hate tourist sigths. But I also like big cities, the "urbanistic" aspect of that.
Also, can I find any local organization that do trips to mountains and shit? Don't really want to go alone, but don't know where to look for that kind of things.
Any tips? Thanks.
well if you like mountains, some recommendations for austria:
>schlegespeicher, pic related
>gruener see, especially cool for divers in summer. google it.
>if you wanna go skiing, try lech am arlberg or obertauern. personally i prefer the dolomites (in italy) for skiing tho.
just go to vienna, it really has a lot to offer. salzburg is "pretty", but theres a shitload of tourists in a small area, so maybe not your thing.
I'm jealous OP. You're literally about to live my dream right now.
With that kind of money, just go see the entire world. Get on a flight to Norwary and work your away around the globe. Spend a few years doing it. The only places I have no desire to visit are the Middle and 90% of Africa.
i offer you to travel with you to any place you want to see in germany and austria. could arrange girls and anything else you need to feel good;). you just need to pay all my costs during traveling. i am german, 28 yo.
Could I have a thousand dollars? I'm hungry and homeless.
You should definitely check out all of europe, all of australia/nz and travel the west coast USA.. living in california.. there is a lot of places to go and see, maybe check out ca if you've never been.
You should stay in hostels, but book the single rooms. You get the benefit of fun people to hang with in the bar downstairs, but no auschwitz style bedding arrangement. As for places to visit, i would personally skip canada... Except for montreal. If id won the lottery, (apart from creating a retirement trust for my parents) id immediately fly to europe, rent a car and go on a grand tour. Id have a tent in case i want to camp under the stars in the alps, but otherwise i would not plan anything whatsoever
>As for places to visit, i would personally skip canada... Except for montreal.
Even then, Boston and NYC are so close to MTL, he might as well skip Canada completely and party it up in Boston or NYC.