How much money to take?

Jonny Litts

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I'm going for 2 weeks on 4th July to San Antonio. My plan is to go to the clubs 7 nights out of the 14, going every other night, how much do you think I need to take? Help would be appreciated :D
 

EL CANO

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It depends what else you want to do while your out there ie where you eat, watersports etc. But I recon you need at least £100 per day to have a really good time and not watch the pennies.
 

russ

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As much as you can possibly afford.

Clubbing in ibiza is EXPENSIVE. Fortunately, pretty much everything else isn't
 

premile

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I'll give you the best and first advice I got from an old timer who was in the airport when I first arrived - bring less clothes, and more cash -
 
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Mid

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Whatever you end up budgeting to bring, multiply it by 1.5 and that how much you'll end up spending. Bring a credit card, its never a good idea to chince out on the best vacation of your life.... :D
 

premile

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To: Mid -- Amsterdam, Barcelona, and then Ibiza.....can't wait for my vacation!!!!!

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I did this same line up for the last 2 summers; best summers I've ever had :!:
 
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Premile.....

You must have had an incredible time......I can't wait for this summer. My gf and I are staying at the Flying Pig Downtown, heard it was right in the middle of it all.......any suggestions on what to do?? :?: We're thinking about going to the van Gogh museum, taking some tours, and hitting up every coffee shop within a 2 mile radius of our hostel....... :D don't know much about what we are doing in Barcelona yet, but I heard it was a very beautiful city with a lot of nightlife.....People have said nothing but good things about that city....and well Ibiza, I can't wait to get back......let me know if you know anyhting cool/fun to experience.....when are you in Ibiza???


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premile

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Mid said:
any suggestions on what to do?? let me know if you know anyhting cool/fun to experience.....when are you in Ibiza???

Mid..(when are you in Ibiza ?)
I'm in Barcelona > June 29th - July 1st
Ibiza > month of July
Barcelona > August 1st & 2nd

Amsterdam was always my last stop, so I'd spend most of time chilling out with friends, shopping, and just reflecting on the entire summer. Vondel park is a nice place to hang out on a beautiful summer day. Escape and Sinners in Heaven are two nice nightclubs. I'd recommend going on one of the 6.hour bike tours and renting a boat to tour the canals. Get a copy of 'Time Out' Amsterdam & Barcelona -- it's a wonderful guide book that gives you lots of useful info.
 
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Premile....going to Amsterdam 7/28 t 6 8/02, Barcelona 8/02 t6 8/05, then ibiza 8/05 to 8/11....looks like I miss you all around. I'll check out timeout, thanks. And Vondel park sounds like a cool place to chill after the coffee shops... :D Do you have any info on how to rent a boat for the canals??? Sounds like a great idea.....
 

markEg

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When my girlfriend and I went to Ibiza in 2001 we flew back to the UK with a 3 day stopover in Amsterdam - it was a nice holiday to recover from the holiday!!

I totally agree with Premile - Lazing about on a sunny day day in Vondel park is a great way to chillout.

Also when you are there check out flyers for a club called Mazzo's (I think that was what it was called) as we had a brilliant night - although after Ibiza I didn't have much energy left in me to go for it ;)

It would be a good idea to pick up a copy of the "Mellow Pages" coffee shop guide as some of the best and most friendly coffee shops were the small, intimate places which I would never have found otherwise. Dutch Flowers is a great place.

If you are up for it, I would definitely recommend hiring a bike from one of many hire shops and going for a cycle round the city. I didn't do one of the tours as Premile mentioned but it is a good way to get round some of the sights of this beautiful city. As for the hiring boats/ canal trips you will easily find information points - one being just outside Central Station - who can tell you all you need to know.

Amsterdam, Barcelona and Ibiza in one trip - thats gonna be some holiday...

Have a great time :)
 

premile

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Mid said:
Do you have any info on how to rent a boat for the canals??

Mid..there is a boat rental place in the red light district. You can find out about boat tours at the areas next to Central Station.
 
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MarkEg & Premile.......

Thanks a lot for the info, its nice to have good advice before we get to Europe...I appreciate it. It just seems so far away..... :(

I think I need a dose of NYC fun.......Premile, you hitting up PvD on the 18th?? I'm missing it by one day.....
 
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