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Where to camp?


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Written on: 01.04.2014 18:38
Frækfyr2014
Posts: 2
Yo,

We are a bunch of 16 year old boys and girls, who are going to Roskilde Festival this summer.
We do like to go crazy and go wild, but we do also like to chill with a beer in the camp.

So what would you say?

We thought about L but that should be too wild, so we thought about G or N?
What do you think about that, or do you have any other suggestions?

Thanks in advance!

- Anders.icon_biggrin.gif
Written on: 02.04.2014 23:48
Stand up for rock n' roll!
Posts: 488
Have limited experiences with G so i'll svare my knowledge of N instead

N is in my humble opinion a Quiter version of L, but with the movement of the citycenters a couple of years back, it has become somewhat of a blindspot often filled with efterskoleelever and early to mid 20's.. However since it is close to L, you have the option to party in L, sleep in N which is a Big plus icon_smile.gif


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