New Years in Europe – planning stages

Travel & Adventure — Sean Bonner @ 12:43 pm
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Tara and I are figuring out our European travel plans for the end of this year and beginning of next. I’ve put up rough plans on my wiki but basically we’re flying in and out of London, and aiming to hit Brussels, Amsterdam, Berlin and Paris in the meantime. We’ll be in Berlin for New Years.

Like most of my trips to Europe, we’re aiming to figure a lot of it out once we get there. That said anyone in the above cities who wants to get together, or has a guest bed (or large couch) they want to offer up for a night or two please let me know. I think we’re only going to be in Brussels and Amsterdam for a day or two each, where as Berlin, Paris and London will probably be a little longer. Check the wiki for the days we’re thinking about.

It’s kind of funny to think that a year ago I’d never been to Berlin, but this trip will mark my fourth time there. I’m also really excited to go to Paris with someone else and have a few days to see it. We’re definitely looking for any tips or suggestions. Thanks!



  1. Please Sean, you have to reconsider these dates! Oh my, we’re planning to have a super awesome hacker- and LED-powered NerdMas08 party on Dec. 23rd and/or 24th in Vienna, and you should come and see all of this year’s 25c3 congress!

    Bre and Eliot will be around (actually, Bre landed in VIE just yesterday and life’s just been improved so very much already!) and it looks like this year will end even more awesome than the last one!!!1!!eleven ^^

    Comment by astera — December 2, 2008 @ 3:27 pm
  2. Doh! We already bought out tickets and don’t get to yurp until the 24th. I was hoping to make it to Vienna but I think this trip is just too short, but I can’t wait to see everyone in Berlin!! And we’re staying there through New Years for all the explosive goodness/ 😀

    Comment by Sean Bonner — December 2, 2008 @ 5:11 pm
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