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Offline kittykatyjess

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Ooh I wonder how much I might need save up to go to Amsterdam! Include, flight ticket, hotel, food, shopping, RS ticket...
It depends on how much you can cut down the costs.

My flight from Amsterdam to Newcastle was around 50 euro, but the parking cost in Amsterdam was also 50 euro :grr: I have to find a way to get rid of that too.

£ 25 a night in a hostel felt overcharged to me and the breakfast wasn't even included. Although I was alone in a 2 bed private room because the dorms were sold out.

15 euro a night (breakfast included, free wifi) in a hostel close to the Jubilee line running straight to London O2 sounds much better to me.

My sister adviced me on the Tesco salad bar. It involved smashing a lot of stuff down in the bowl till there are no air gaps in it. If the lid closed without too much effort, keep adding and smashing down. £ 4 was for me as lunch and diner in the London O2 queue. I didn't bought food or drinks in the venues.

When it comes to student behaviours or free food, I have no shame.

So about a good $5,000 American will do?
That's really far and 5000 USD or 3676 EUR can fly you over to Europe and travel between some cities/countries.

idk where you plan on going other than amsterdam, but i know the global euro pass is totally worth it if you go from say amsterdam to paris like i am. You get unlimited travel within so many days. So im making my europe trip a self descovery trip, which probably doesnt go well with the whole fact that im kind of nervous about meeting everyone. lol. im pretty sure im developing social anxiety. I'm paranoid and its really affecting me and my choices with this trip. but yeah, the Global Euro Train pass is good value. I'm traveling between France, Amsterdam, Germany and hopefully Italy with my trip. I'm backpacking in most places, so I'll be researching 'safe zones' within each country to stay in. I know getting there an getting around for me is about $2500  AUD. not including any accomodation yet. :S 
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Re: Any Australian Katycats Seeing Katy in Melbourne ?
« Reply #916 on: June 05, 2014, 05:20:00 AM »
I'm going to sneak in as a Sydney KatyCat and ask if anyone is going to the Sydney 24th Nov show? I didn't have too much luck posting in the individual dated concert post.

ME ME ME ME ME ME ME ME!!!! IM GOING!!!! YAY!!! I KNOW SOMEONE WHO IS GOING ON THE SAME DAY AS MEEE!!!!!!!
I don't know if you remember me though lol. I haven't been on in a while.

Awesome!! Have you got RS tickets?

Yes. We really wanted to win them with Nova (we'd try all the time) but we'd never get on. I once got on to win Bruno Mars tickets but I hang up because I wanted Katy ones. Bruno Mars would have been good though. But Katy's the best!
Seeming we'd never get on to them, my grandfather bought them for me. They were very unhappy about it though because it cost them one thousand and fifty dollars just for two tickets (my mum and I) for one night.
Do you? And how many times are you going?

Just once because I wanted VIP RS and don't make that much... hopefully will buy another! I just found out I'm going to be the KatyCatCam for that night so I'd love to meet up with you earlier to interview you! If you have twitter, follow me @KatyCatTorzee - otherwise just send me a message and I'll give you my number!


SAME GOES FOR ANY OTHER KATYCATS GOING ON THAT NIGHT <3


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I'm goin to Amsterdam from the uk, so if anyone else is hit me up!
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Ooh I wonder how much I might need save up to go to Amsterdam! Include, flight ticket, hotel, food, shopping, RS ticket...
It depends on how much you can cut down the costs.

My flight from Amsterdam to Newcastle was around 50 euro, but the parking cost in Amsterdam was also 50 euro :grr: I have to find a way to get rid of that too.

£ 25 a night in a hostel felt overcharged to me and the breakfast wasn't even included. Although I was alone in a 2 bed private room because the dorms were sold out.

15 euro a night (breakfast included, free wifi) in a hostel close to the Jubilee line running straight to London O2 sounds much better to me.

My sister adviced me on the Tesco salad bar. It involved smashing a lot of stuff down in the bowl till there are no air gaps in it. If the lid closed without too much effort, keep adding and smashing down. £ 4 was for me as lunch and diner in the London O2 queue. I didn't bought food or drinks in the venues.

When it comes to student behaviours or free food, I have no shame.

So about a good $5,000 American will do?
That's really far and 5000 USD or 3676 EUR can fly you over to Europe and travel between some cities/countries.

idk where you plan on going other than amsterdam, but i know the global euro pass is totally worth it if you go from say amsterdam to paris like i am. You get unlimited travel within so many days. So im making my europe trip a self descovery trip, which probably doesnt go well with the whole fact that im kind of nervous about meeting everyone. lol. im pretty sure im developing social anxiety. I'm paranoid and its really affecting me and my choices with this trip. but yeah, the Global Euro Train pass is good value. I'm traveling between France, Amsterdam, Germany and hopefully Italy with my trip. I'm backpacking in most places, so I'll be researching 'safe zones' within each country to stay in. I know getting there an getting around for me is about $2500  AUD. not including any accomodation yet. :S

That's whats want to do! Not just stay in one city, I do want to explore others, and go to the other shows.  :frolickingghost: I love the idea of traveling :dreamboat:
Grand Rapids 08/10/14 PWT
Auburn Hills 08/11/14 RS PWT

Offline kittykatyjess

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Ooh I wonder how much I might need save up to go to Amsterdam! Include, flight ticket, hotel, food, shopping, RS ticket...
It depends on how much you can cut down the costs.

My flight from Amsterdam to Newcastle was around 50 euro, but the parking cost in Amsterdam was also 50 euro :grr: I have to find a way to get rid of that too.

£ 25 a night in a hostel felt overcharged to me and the breakfast wasn't even included. Although I was alone in a 2 bed private room because the dorms were sold out.

15 euro a night (breakfast included, free wifi) in a hostel close to the Jubilee line running straight to London O2 sounds much better to me.

My sister adviced me on the Tesco salad bar. It involved smashing a lot of stuff down in the bowl till there are no air gaps in it. If the lid closed without too much effort, keep adding and smashing down. £ 4 was for me as lunch and diner in the London O2 queue. I didn't bought food or drinks in the venues.

When it comes to student behaviours or free food, I have no shame.

So about a good $5,000 American will do?
That's really far and 5000 USD or 3676 EUR can fly you over to Europe and travel between some cities/countries.

idk where you plan on going other than amsterdam, but i know the global euro pass is totally worth it if you go from say amsterdam to paris like i am. You get unlimited travel within so many days. So im making my europe trip a self descovery trip, which probably doesnt go well with the whole fact that im kind of nervous about meeting everyone. lol. im pretty sure im developing social anxiety. I'm paranoid and its really affecting me and my choices with this trip. but yeah, the Global Euro Train pass is good value. I'm traveling between France, Amsterdam, Germany and hopefully Italy with my trip. I'm backpacking in most places, so I'll be researching 'safe zones' within each country to stay in. I know getting there an getting around for me is about $2500  AUD. not including any accomodation yet. :S

That's whats want to do! Not just stay in one city, I do want to explore others, and go to the other shows.  :frolickingghost: I love the idea of traveling :dreamboat:


go look at the Global Euro Pass. To me, becuase im so far away, it would be a waste to go to europe to be standing in line to go to a concert and then get on a train and go to the next line. so im going to do Paris and Italy hopefully before or after my shows. im not going to spend 4 days in europe. thats not worth 3000 bucks. soz katy. but if im gonna be there im gonna travel ahha
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Ooh I wonder how much I might need save up to go to Amsterdam! Include, flight ticket, hotel, food, shopping, RS ticket...
It depends on how much you can cut down the costs.

My flight from Amsterdam to Newcastle was around 50 euro, but the parking cost in Amsterdam was also 50 euro :grr: I have to find a way to get rid of that too.

£ 25 a night in a hostel felt overcharged to me and the breakfast wasn't even included. Although I was alone in a 2 bed private room because the dorms were sold out.

15 euro a night (breakfast included, free wifi) in a hostel close to the Jubilee line running straight to London O2 sounds much better to me.

My sister adviced me on the Tesco salad bar. It involved smashing a lot of stuff down in the bowl till there are no air gaps in it. If the lid closed without too much effort, keep adding and smashing down. £ 4 was for me as lunch and diner in the London O2 queue. I didn't bought food or drinks in the venues.

When it comes to student behaviours or free food, I have no shame.

So about a good $5,000 American will do?
That's really far and 5000 USD or 3676 EUR can fly you over to Europe and travel between some cities/countries.

idk where you plan on going other than amsterdam, but i know the global euro pass is totally worth it if you go from say amsterdam to paris like i am. You get unlimited travel within so many days. So im making my europe trip a self descovery trip, which probably doesnt go well with the whole fact that im kind of nervous about meeting everyone. lol. im pretty sure im developing social anxiety. I'm paranoid and its really affecting me and my choices with this trip. but yeah, the Global Euro Train pass is good value. I'm traveling between France, Amsterdam, Germany and hopefully Italy with my trip. I'm backpacking in most places, so I'll be researching 'safe zones' within each country to stay in. I know getting there an getting around for me is about $2500  AUD. not including any accomodation yet. :S

That's whats want to do! Not just stay in one city, I do want to explore others, and go to the other shows.  :frolickingghost: I love the idea of traveling :dreamboat:


go look at the Global Euro Pass. To me, becuase im so far away, it would be a waste to go to europe to be standing in line to go to a concert and then get on a train and go to the next line. so im going to do Paris and Italy hopefully before or after my shows. im not going to spend 4 days in europe. thats not worth 3000 bucks. soz katy. but if im gonna be there im gonna travel ahha

That's what I did in the UK after Belfast. I didn't see the point in traveling all that way for 2 shows and a few days!  :pinkbow:
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Belfast PWT - 8/05/14
Perth PWT - 7/11/14
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Offline rapture

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Ooh I wonder how much I might need save up to go to Amsterdam! Include, flight ticket, hotel, food, shopping, RS ticket...
It depends on how much you can cut down the costs.

My flight from Amsterdam to Newcastle was around 50 euro, but the parking cost in Amsterdam was also 50 euro :grr: I have to find a way to get rid of that too.

£ 25 a night in a hostel felt overcharged to me and the breakfast wasn't even included. Although I was alone in a 2 bed private room because the dorms were sold out.

15 euro a night (breakfast included, free wifi) in a hostel close to the Jubilee line running straight to London O2 sounds much better to me.

My sister adviced me on the Tesco salad bar. It involved smashing a lot of stuff down in the bowl till there are no air gaps in it. If the lid closed without too much effort, keep adding and smashing down. £ 4 was for me as lunch and diner in the London O2 queue. I didn't bought food or drinks in the venues.

When it comes to student behaviours or free food, I have no shame.

So about a good $5,000 American will do?
That's really far and 5000 USD or 3676 EUR can fly you over to Europe and travel between some cities/countries.

idk where you plan on going other than amsterdam, but i know the global euro pass is totally worth it if you go from say amsterdam to paris like i am. You get unlimited travel within so many days. So im making my europe trip a self descovery trip, which probably doesnt go well with the whole fact that im kind of nervous about meeting everyone. lol. im pretty sure im developing social anxiety. I'm paranoid and its really affecting me and my choices with this trip. but yeah, the Global Euro Train pass is good value. I'm traveling between France, Amsterdam, Germany and hopefully Italy with my trip. I'm backpacking in most places, so I'll be researching 'safe zones' within each country to stay in. I know getting there an getting around for me is about $2500  AUD. not including any accomodation yet. :S

That's whats want to do! Not just stay in one city, I do want to explore others, and go to the other shows.  :frolickingghost: I love the idea of traveling :dreamboat:


go look at the Global Euro Pass. To me, becuase im so far away, it would be a waste to go to europe to be standing in line to go to a concert and then get on a train and go to the next line. so im going to do Paris and Italy hopefully before or after my shows. im not going to spend 4 days in europe. thats not worth 3000 bucks. soz katy. but if im gonna be there im gonna travel ahha

That's what I did in the UK after Belfast. I didn't see the point in traveling all that way for 2 shows and a few days!  :pinkbow:
That's indeed a choice I also have to make, just for the concert or explore/visit the city/country too? How much queueing, money saving,... versus having fun, doing things,...
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For you katycats who purchased PWT tickets online and got them posted to you how long did they take to arrive? I thought as soon as I bought the tickets they would get posted to me? (This is what happened when I purchased Paramore tickets) I'm starting to freak out as Ticketmaster said they won't get posted until closer to the event, and I have flights booked to get to PWT and I'm worried the tickets won't arrive in time.. AHHH. Soz for me freaking out but i'm just really worried now  :ummno:
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I'm goin to Amsterdam from the uk, so if anyone else is hit me up!

I am! I am!.... :ummno: but you already know that  :pinkbow:

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For you katycats who purchased PWT tickets online and got them posted to you how long did they take to arrive? I thought as soon as I bought the tickets they would get posted to me? (This is what happened when I purchased Paramore tickets) I'm starting to freak out as Ticketmaster said they won't get posted until closer to the event, and I have flights booked to get to PWT and I'm worried the tickets won't arrive in time.. AHHH. Soz for me freaking out but i'm just really worried now  :ummno:
Mine came after about a month, but I didn't order off of ticketmaster. Don't worry, if it's about a week before the event and you still haven't gotten them just call ticketmaster and they will hook you up.
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Offline rapture

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For you katycats who purchased PWT tickets online and got them posted to you how long did they take to arrive? I thought as soon as I bought the tickets they would get posted to me? (This is what happened when I purchased Paramore tickets) I'm starting to freak out as Ticketmaster said they won't get posted until closer to the event, and I have flights booked to get to PWT and I'm worried the tickets won't arrive in time.. AHHH. Soz for me freaking out but i'm just really worried now  :ummno:
It depends on the national stereotype of the countries.

My German ticket was ordered 1 day after my Dutch one and it was delivered a day before the Dutch. Ordered Thursday, they ship it on Friday, Monday was a public holiday and Tuesday DHL called me because I was not at home waiting for delivery. Deutsche gründlichkeit (German thoroughness, punctuality). They were the first one in Europe to name RS correct and printed "Katy Perry" and "Prismatic World Tour" in correct font like on PWT merchandise. The customer feels more confident about the ticket when they are using the right terms and even keep the font recognizable. Do you trust a ticket with very confusing text?

Selecting right typography, fonts,... is important in German total design for more than 100 years.

The Dutch sent a tiny envelope with just the ticket and nothing more than that. They are good at trading, efficient and keep the costs down.

The Belgians are laissez-faire (let them do as they will), inefficient (we have 6 governments and 6 parliaments for 11 million people), surreal,... and years behind neighbouring countries in technology, infrastructure,... It was delivered a week later, not shabby by our standards.

The British were hopeless and lost their car industry to the Germans. How could a Briton keep buying British when British brands told them to wait half a year for a car that fell apart and needed repairs every 14 days, he crossed the street, walked into a German garage and bought a German car that actually works and keeps working.

BBC - Das Auto: The Germans, Their Cars and Us (2013): http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JPhlZYiEkQY

They of course let us wait half a year for some freshly printed tickets.
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Im going to Milan its the day before my birthday :firework:

Offline sunnystarzx

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I'm goin to Amsterdam from the uk, so if anyone else is hit me up!

I am! I am!.... :ummno: but you already know that  :pinkbow:

Oh no, not you! ;)
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Oh. She replaced the beer onstage with pizza lol.

this is called a signature. doesn't seem to do much but I think it secretly has a superpower it uses when I'm not looking. just a feeling.
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Oh. She replaced the beer onstage with pizza lol.
Maybe because she tasted a little bit of European beer culture and doesn't want the American stuff? :hehe:
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Boozy bear plunders campers' beer

A black bear went on a binge at a campsite in the US state of Washington - guzzling down some 36 cans of beer.

Campground workers were stunned to come across the bear sleeping off the effects in their grounds, surrounded by dozens of empty beer cans.

But this was no ordinary case of a bear with a sore head at Baker Lake resort, 80 miles (129km) northeast of Seattle.

He had apparently tried out and rejected the mass-market Busch beer in favour of local brand Rainier.

The bear appeared to have got into campers' cool boxes and used his teeth and claws to puncture the cans.
http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/americas/3580626.stm
Even bears reject American mainstream beers.
15/10/2011 O2 Arena, London
26/10/2011 NIA, Birmingham
10/05/2014 Metro Radio Arena, Newcastle: Katy touched my hand
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