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What's Your Ideal Continental European City?

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It's time for you to visit Prague!

Eclectic and individualistic, you're a creative and intellectual person who marches to the beat of your own drummer. And like the City of a Thousand Spires, you've got your own unique style and charm.

While others might stay on the beaten path, you forge your own way and make an effort to see the things that really make a place different. Wandering cobblestone streets, chatting with locals at a café, feasting on local cuisine, or touring castles and galleries is where it's at for you. So bring your debating skills and your walking shoes. You may never want to leave!

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Re: What's Your Ideal Continental European City?

It's time for you to visit Paris!

Ooh-la-la! A sophisticated and stylish person like you will be right at home in the City of Lights. Even when you're on the road, you manage to look chic from your outfit to your attitude. Calm, cool, and collected, you leave it to other travellers to look like their passport photos.

From the Louvre to the Champs Elysées to the Seine to the Eiffel Tower, Paris has a lot going for it. And so do you. You've got your own first-class style and independent attitude that'll make you a sight in any city. So keep up the good work - you'll add oomph anywhere you go! Mais oui!


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Re: What's Your Ideal Continental European City?

It's time for you to visit Prague!

Eclectic and individualistic, you're a creative and intellectual person who marches to the beat of your own drummer. And like the City of a Thousand Spires, you've got your own unique style and charm.

While others might stay on the beaten path, you forge your own way and make an effort to see the things that really make a place different. Wandering cobblestone streets, chatting with locals at a café, feasting on local cuisine, or touring castles and galleries is where it's at for you. So bring your debating skills and your walking shoes. You may never want to leave!

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Re: What's Your Ideal Continental European City?

It's time for you to visit Munich!

A super cool person like you will probably opt to leave your family at home when you head to this bustling city. Rich with history, diversity, and personality, Munich has a lot in common with you. An edgy and stylish soul, you'll fit right in with this city where the locals really know how to organise a good time!

From the gothic grandeur of the Neues Rathaus, to the amazing choice of over 45 museums, not to mention the beer houses and the world famous Ocktoberfest! Munich has loads to offer from the historic to the cutting edge. We doubt you'll ever be bored in a place that's this happening and has so much to see and explore. So what are you waiting for? Take a walk through the pedestrian zone of the Marienplatz and grab yourself a beer. Prost!


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It's time for you to visit Rome!

A clever soul like you will feel right at home in the Eternal City. Like your must-see haunt, you're a classic who's both timeless and breathtaking. You can hold your own in discussions and debates whether you're talking about the best pizza place in town or the engineering feats of the Coliseum.

Just because you've got so much going on upstairs doesn't mean you don't know how to have a great time. More than the Pantheon, Rome offers exciting nightlife and interesting people - just the right mix for a well-rounded person like you. So gather your friends, sip your cappuccino, and savour being so cool. Ciao!

Seriously, I'd love to go back to the Eternal City right now to go to the tournament.

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Re: What's Your Ideal Continental European City?

I should visit Prague.

Yeah preferably this week, there's a WTA tournie I'd like to go I've been to Prague twice already

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Re: What's Your Ideal Continental European City?

It's time for you to visit Prague!

Eclectic and individualistic, you're a creative and intellectual person who marches to the beat of your own drummer. And like the City of a Thousand Spires, you've got your own unique style and charm.

While others might stay on the beaten path, you forge your own way and make an effort to see the things that really make a place different. Wandering cobblestone streets, chatting with locals at a café, feasting on local cuisine, or touring castles and galleries is where it's at for you. So bring your debating skills and your walking shoes. You may never want to leave!

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I would love to see that!
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Re: What's Your Ideal Continental European City?

I want to visit all the cities, I should ask for a trip all around Europe

Talking seriously, I should visit Rome or Paris.
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Re: What's Your Ideal Continental European City?

It's time for you to visit Rome!

A clever soul like you will feel right at home in the Eternal City. Like your must-see haunt, you're a classic who's both timeless and breathtaking. You can hold your own in discussions and debates whether you're talking about the best pizza place in town or the engineering feats of the Coliseum.

Just because you've got so much going on upstairs doesn't mean you don't know how to have a great time. More than the Pantheon, Rome offers exciting nightlife and interesting people - just the right mix for a well-rounded person like you. So gather your friends, sip your cappuccino, and savour being so cool. Ciao!

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Re: What's Your Ideal Continental European City?

It's time for you to visit Rome!

A clever soul like you will feel right at home in the Eternal City. Like your must-see haunt, you're a classic who's both timeless and breathtaking. You can hold your own in discussions and debates whether you're talking about the best pizza place in town or the engineering feats of the Coliseum.

Just because you've got so much going on upstairs doesn't mean you don't know how to have a great time. More than the Pantheon, Rome offers exciting nightlife and interesting people - just the right mix for a well-rounded person like you. So gather your friends, sip your cappuccino, and savour being so cool. Ciao!

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It's time for you to visit Rome!

A clever soul like you will feel right at home in the Eternal City. Like your must-see haunt, you're a classic who's both timeless and breathtaking. You can hold your own in discussions and debates whether you're talking about the best pizza place in town or the engineering feats of the Coliseum.

Just because you've got so much going on upstairs doesn't mean you don't know how to have a great time. More than the Pantheon, Rome offers exciting nightlife and interesting people - just the right mix for a well-rounded person like you. So gather your friends, sip your cappuccino, and savour being so cool. Ciao!
same for me
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Re: What's Your Ideal Continental European City?

It's time for you to visit Munich!

A super cool person like you will probably opt to leave your family at home when you head to this bustling city. Rich with history, diversity, and personality, Munich has a lot in common with you. An edgy and stylish soul, you'll fit right in with this city where the locals really know how to organise a good time!

From the gothic grandeur of the Neues Rathaus, to the amazing choice of over 45 museums, not to mention the beer houses and the world famous Ocktoberfest! Munich has loads to offer from the historic to the cutting edge. We doubt you'll ever be bored in a place that's this happening and has so much to see and explore. So what are you waiting for? Take a walk through the pedestrian zone of the Marienplatz and grab yourself a beer. Prost!



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Re: What's Your Ideal Continental European City?

It's time for you to visit Prague!

Eclectic and individualistic, you're a creative and intellectual person who marches to the beat of your own drummer. And like the City of a Thousand Spires, you've got your own unique style and charm.

While others might stay on the beaten path, you forge your own way and make an effort to see the things that really make a place different. Wandering cobblestone streets, chatting with locals at a café, feasting on local cuisine, or touring castles and galleries is where it's at for you. So bring your debating skills and your walking shoes. You may never want to leave!
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Re: What's Your Ideal Continental European City?

It's time for you to visit Paris!

Ooh-la-la! A sophisticated and stylish person like you will be right at home in the City of Lights. Even when you're on the road, you manage to look chic from your outfit to your attitude. Calm, cool, and collected, you leave it to other travellers to look like their passport photos.

From the Louvre to the Champs Elysées to the Seine to the Eiffel Tower, Paris has a lot going for it. And so do you. You've got your own first-class style and independent attitude that'll make you a sight in any city. So keep up the good work - you'll add oomph anywhere you go! Mais oui!

I have already been to Paris.
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Re: What's Your Ideal Continental European City?

Hehe, Rome. I've been there and I loved it. I know I'll go back someday.

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