Jerry

Jerry

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    What is the best place in South America

    I think any of the answers above are great. I think it depends on what you want to do or see. Going to Machu Pichu and Cusco would be wonderful but it will be a lot of walking and outdoor time. If you choose Peru, also consider seeing the Nazca Lines or going up to Lake Titicaca and seeing the floating islands. Brazil is okay especially Fortaleza or Salvador but the most spectacular natural site might be Iguazu Falls and it can be accessed from Buenos Aires. If you want to veg out in a walkable city and enjoy the culture my wife and very much enjoy Montevideo, Uruguay. It isn't touristy and the locals and the food are fabulous. If you are thinking Jamaica, it is good for an all inclusive to just do beach stuff but if you want to experience an inexpensive and not real touristy try Playa Del Carmen in Mexico. First put together what type of vacation you want to have. over 2 years ago

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    Solo travel germany

    Germany in my opinion is one of the easiest countries to visit in Europe. I have not traveled solo but I am the person that plans the locations, activities and the modes of transport for my family and friends. The Germans have always been helpful, the price you see is what you pay, the drinking glasses even have marks on them so that no one gets less than they pay for. The one thing I do have to say, have a good ATM card, almost everything in Germany is a cash transaction, only the big places accept credit cards. over 1 year ago