I’m Going Running Through Europe To Try To Find Myself And Avoid Angela Merkel

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8 Responses

  1. Dylan says:

    If you can stay in France another couple of days there is a 6/12/24 Hour ultra in Lyon on the 26th of March. Nice city, good food, nice long run, and only two hours from Paris. 🙂

  2. Jason says:

    have a good trip matt!

  3. Pesen says:

    Why Hannover? This is not a city, there is just an airport. Come to Hamburg, man. We have the best Rotlichtviertel in europe.

  4. Anonymous says:

    I feel you! I’ve traveled alone for two months, and as amazing as it is, it can feel isolating (I’m socially anxious, too). That said, your trip sounds like it has the potential to be amazing (and you can be anyone you want to be when no one knows you!). I used to bring a book, and sit in a proper restaurant (not too stuffy) for a proper meal, once a day, while reading; it kept me accountable for my food, and I enjoyed every bite pretty slowly (I also brought a journal, which I used when people-watching over a coffee). Sometimes fellow diners would strike up conversation in a very friendly way–I’d always end up stammering and turning three shades of red, but no one meant any harm, and I didn’t die. 😉 Looking forward to seeing some pictures and hearing a story or two.

  5. Anonymous says:

    One more comment (yeah, I blather on in electronic form, sue me): maybe re-consider visiting so many different places? I like having a sort of ‘home base’ when I travel, so that I can learn more about the area I’m visiting. Traveling from place to place by train or bus or whatever is tiring, and you want the majority of your energy expenditure to be running, no?

  6. Toastmonster says:

    You lucky bugger. I am very envious.
    Vienna and Budapest are amazing. Get yourself to the Szechenyi baths in Budapest if you can, it’s like being allowed to swim in Versailles.

  7. Katie says:

    Look forward to following your adventure, dude!

  8. Les Jackson says:

    Have a good trip Matt. I hope you manage to avoid the lure of the alcohol in the evenings when your looking for something to do or somewhere to go. I’ve had to go to bed at a ridiculous early time in the past to avoid the amount of empty time and the lure of the holiday bars and nightlife.

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