i don't think there's anything that is right for EVERYONE. and i don't find that terrible in the least. when we split up in york, either group was happy pursuing what they wanted and many other things aside, it's a lot better than having to tag along to a night of bowling in some mall that takes hours and gives me a massive headache just because i'm meant to conform with some vague idea of what should make me happy. i'm, too, usually quite happy walking around sites and getting to know places and doing touristy bits. not always, granted, not in any weather, but generally i find it a waste to go somewhere without actually having seen any of it. and i find that if i can do this with friends around, it's great. if others don't appreciate my low-key entertainment, that's fair, completely, but i don't see that what i like is basically being disqualified because it's not of interest to someone else. i am, too, part of fanforce. if more people would bother to come up with meets, i think there is a better chance for people to choose what they'd like to do and not having to go to this one offering cinema or whatever. but i have the feeling that so far we rely on the respective other to do the work. and so on and so forth. a good thing we are talking tho.