I am going to Ireland for 8 days in August with my mom, aunt and cousins. I'm looking at the average weather and panicking a little about what to pack/bring/carry. I specifically need a good backpack for a camera, and some decent looking shoes. Can you help? [more inside]
posted by elvissa
on Jul 11, 2012 -
Do you have recommendations for stylish and comfortable women's shoes that my wife can wear while we travel in London and Paris? She's tall, thin, and pretty fashionable, but she's stumped about what she can wear while on her feet all day.
posted by starkraven
on Mar 5, 2012 -
Finding size 14 / 48.5 shoes in Europe filter: I'm in Paris and soon to be in Amsterdam. I need some shoes for traveling and normally I buy online to avoid exactly this problem of finding my size. Barring some miracle of someone knowing a place in one of these cities where I can for sure get something, what would be the European equivalent of Zappos.com where I could arrange pick-up as a shipping option? [more inside]
posted by dino terror
on Sep 2, 2011 -
Travelling in the Amazon rainforest (hot and wet), Patagonia (cold and wet) and everything in between during September to November ... what shoes to wear? [more inside]
posted by tobtoh
on Jul 4, 2009 -
Help me find a pair of comfortable, attractive all-purpose male shoes for a South American trip.
Requirements: can be worn with jeans, brown pants-- fits in at bars and restaurants (tho not super classy ones) but still durable and comfortable enough to walk 5-6 miles a day on rough terrain. I'm not doing major trekking but will be walking on some dirty terrain. Costs: less than $90 USD.I'm not looking for hiking boots.
posted by sandmanwv
on Apr 13, 2009 -
I'm visiting South-East Alaska in mid-May and am in need of vegetarian recommendations for the best non-leather shoes to buy/bring for the conditions, and best veg restaurants to eat at, too! Recommendations for either, please. [more inside]
posted by boygirlparty
on Mar 1, 2007 -
Soon to be travelling in Costa Rica during rainy June, I've got my quick-drying clothing, but are hiking boots practical/needed for light hiking and a lot of walking? [more inside]
posted by Mercaptan
on May 8, 2005 -