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middlesboro
2008-12-13, 22:34
我打算二月份想去匈牙利和奧地利(但尚未確定)
想請問一下這時節適不適合前往,會不會下雪或大多景點都關閉呢?


chillysun
2008-12-15, 22:57
我大約是明年過年前會去匈牙利,今年聽說到現在都還沒下大雪,有點像是暖冬,去年的11月就有積雪囉(明年的2月我也無法預估)
基本上如果你不怕冷的話布達佩斯/維也納的一些大景點都照常營業,可以先去他們網站上看一下。日照時間縮短我覺得是影響最大的,不然我覺得冬天去這些地方也別有一些風味

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Hop Hop Hope
2008-12-31, 02:12
我打算二月份想去匈牙利和奧地利(但尚未確定)
想請問一下這時節適不適合前往,會不會下雪或大多景點都關閉呢?
到二月左右应该不会有大雪了阿,不过天气还是会很冷就是了。冬天的感觉其实也不错。放心吧!;-)

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mariosma
2009-01-19, 07:46
我打算二月份想去匈牙利和奧地利(但尚未確定)
想請問一下這時節適不適合前往,會不會下雪或大多景點都關閉呢?

市区里的景點不受影响,山里的景點(盐坑,溶洞,索道,缆车)当然有可能關閉,冬天年年有,各个景點的网页都有公告!

下雪时,车辆易打滑,肇事..............会封路,得绕道,会多花点时间!

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evelynhua
2009-02-14, 04:52
我打算二月份想去匈牙利和奧地利(但尚未確定)
想請問一下這時節適不適合前往,會不會下雪或大多景點都關閉呢?
景點不一定會關閉,但是有很多教堂或重要建築物會趁著淡季的時候進行整修,外部搭著鷹架,看起來沒有那麼美麗,讓人有些遺憾。

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Gusoir28
2009-02-21, 19:56
AFTER he had passed the tests and interviews to get the internship at China Mobile in Xi'an during his winter vacation, Yang Linyong, a senior in electronic information at Xi'an Technological University, began dreaming about turning the internship into a permanent job."It was not a good time for graduates," Yang explaining, "since lots of electronics factories had closed because of the financial crisis. If I could stay with this big company, it would be the best present for me this year."Obviously that wasn't going to be an easy task for an intern. And the 23-year-old did face difficulties that he had to deal with head on.Not what he expectedWhile on campus, Yang had begun imagining his internship as an assistant engineer: "China Mobile! This prestigious company must have very good working conditions. I guess I'll just stay in a lab doing tests, and enjoying the pleasant office environment," he thought, but the reality was totally different.Yang was assigned to work with some senior engineers to improve the mobile signals in dead spaces like basements and parking lots."We needed to test the signal in different parts of buildings, so I had to run around a lot in the buildings. In one university dormitory, I had to go to the student bathrooms to test the signal, and found it both tiresome and a bit embarrassing," explained Yang.He was also often asked to do trivial things, such as calculate signal strength or simply document the work process."At first, I was really upset when I had to do these trivial things, and considered it a waste of time," said Yang."But then the senior personnel told me that these basic tasks would be very helpful," he added."For instance, recording the process of work could help me see the whole project, which made it much easier for me to handle a project all by myself in the future."Lack of total knowledgeWhen he began working, Yang found that classroom knowledge alone would not help him solve all problems. "Much of the technology in our textbooks wasn't up to date and I needed to expand my knowledge. For instance, the communication technology we studied covered only 1G and 2G, but here we were dealing with 3G, which is greatly different in methods and standards," Yang said.The easy way might have been to just keep asking senior personnel directly, but it was not a good idea to keep bothering others.He needed another approach. At the beginning he had some training courses but they were very short. So, "I asked the tutor what other books I should read and when the training finished, I went out and bought them. The most difficult thing was that the books were always in English. It was then that I realized that it was really important to improve my English at university."Dealing with colleaguesAlthough he was just wow power leveling (http://www.wowpl.de/wow-powerleveling.asp) an intern and didn't think he would have to think much about relationships among colleagues, Yang found that he was wrong.Dealing with other personnel could often be confusing: "Sometimes the leader of another team might ask me to help with some work. At wow power leveling (http://www.wowleveln.de/power-leveling.asp) the beginning, I did not know how to refuse, since I was new, and wanted to make a good impression on everyone."But that just made things worse since I could not handle two jobs at the same time. One of the senior personnel told me that because cheap archlord gold (http://www.gamcc.com/Archlord-Online/) I was assigned to this team, I only needed to do the work assigned by our team leader," explained Yang. "If another team needed help, I could politely tell them to ask for permission from our leader, instead of refusing them outright."What I have achieved* Learn by yourself on the Internet. It's a great place for engineering majors to get all kinds of professional knowledge. archlord online gold (http://www.gamcc.com/Archlord-Online/) Some engineers share their experiences on their websites and I can get a great deal from them. Their way of doing things might apply to other situations.* I learned to develop archlord power leveling (http://www.gamcc.com/Archlord-Online/archlord-power-leveling.asp) patient work habits. In real work, projects do not resemble homework at school and are usually much more complicated. You need to consider lots of things. It might take you a whole month to design, instead of being done in one night. So I learned to make a plan for every project and to follow it step by step.* I learned how to deal with office politics. Office relationships are different from student-student or student-professor ones. You have to be careful and respectful, but without being too humble or too obedient.

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