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I am going to pick two or three of following countries for tour later this year: UK, Switzerland, Poland, Greece, Hungary and Czech. I am confusing which ones should pick. Any ideas? Thanks.
 

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Switzerland :) ;) :)
 

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Seriously, don't go to the U.k!
 

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Prague and Budapest are among the most beautiful European cities, but the Czech countryside is prettier than the Hungarian one...Greece would be a nice and sunny change of weather and views...and if you have time, go to Turkey, such a wonderful country and still relatively off the European beaten path...
 

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whoops! ignore my switzerland suggestion. i didn't read ur topic carefully and i thought that u were going to suggest to the ATP where to hold another tournament ;)
so now i'll suggest the UK (ok, add switzerland too). the other countries are also a worthwhile visit. but as ur chinese, u may encounter racism especially in the rural areas, becuz the people have probably never seen asians and are just ignorant. it happened to me in hungary when i went last year. a group of school kids were shouting "Yellow, yellow!" at me and my family (i said "Fuck" at them but they're so stupid, they couldn't understand) the uk and switzerland are better becuz they see many chinese/asian people, so most will not stare at u. but when i went to portsmouth in uk this year there were kids making "Chinese" eyes (u know, they pull their eyes by the sides, that kind) at us. i really wanted to hit them. i can't believe their parents don't educate them better. as they were only around 6 or 7 years old, i didn't hit them or swear at them, but they'd better be careful. China is a world power now, and we will only grow stonger. :fiery: :fiery: beware of the wrath of the dragon :fiery:
 

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I'd definitely go for the UK. It's gorgeous. Second choice would be Greece, although I've never been there. Especially if you're going in late autumn, early winter. Those central European countries can be pretty bleak at that time of the year, although Prague is always worth checking out. It is one of the most beautiful cities in Europe.
 
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