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So I am planning a trip to Europe for March. Currently the itinerary looks something like this.
Lisbon 09 MAR to 11 MAR.
Netherlands 11 MAR to 13 MAR.
Prague 13 MAR to 15 MAR.
Dublin 15 MAR to 18 MAR.
The 9th and 18th will be mostly travel time with almost no time for sight seeing. But what should I do with the rest of my time in each place.
In Portugal I have a friend who lives there. Same as the Netherlands and we will probably go down to Amsterdam for the two days. Prague I have never really thought of going to before but my friend I am traveling with says it is a must. As for Dublin well the 17th is ST Patrick's day so I figure we will be having a good time.
A few newbie Europe questions. I have a Softbank Japanese Iphone, is there anyway I can get this thing to work in Europe without paying hundreds of dollars for international use. Or is there a phone I can just pick up when i get there that is not super expensive?
What cultural things should I for sure see in those 4 cities?
Is there anything I should absolutely know about crossing a bunch of European borders other than bring my passport? I will be on military leave so I am not sure if I need visa's or not for these places. Tomorrow at work I will go through the Apacs and required state department forms to get them if I do. I am an American.
Is there any place in between these countries I should totally stop at as we travel?
Anything I might not have thought of?
This is a pretty open ended trip. I am willing to adjust most of the places and dates as long as I end up in Dublin on the 17th. Any suggestions?