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As documented in the linked document: it excludes "those not renting the property as their main home", so as long as she can document an existing main home elsewhere, she should be fine whatever the case (and even more so for a short let). EU/EEA nationals have indefinite leave to remain, so can rent as long as they want by just showing their passport or ...


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As I UK landlord, I would not to choose to rent a flat to someone that was only planning to stay in the UK for 6 months. There are a few issues. It costs me about half a month’s rent just to list a property on RightMove etc A property is normally empty for a few weeks after a tenant has left. This costs me lots in lost rent. The “right to rent” checks ...


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Transportation and getting around wise, your best bet would be to stay somewhere near the Termini train station. That is where the long haul trains arrive, and you are pretty much 10-20 minutes away from pretty much every major attraction. Being close to the Termini station can be helpful if you plan to go/come from Florence, or Civitavecchia, where the ...


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I have never heard of a law or regulation that would require an airline to provide transit accommodations based on a scheduled connection (as opposed to a cancellation or other operational failure, for example). After all, you are the one choosing to accept the itinerary as given. But it is true that such accommodations are written into some fare rules on ...


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It is implicit in a multiple-entry visa that subsequent trips will be more or less different from the first trip. For example, your second trip on this visa could be to another country, or another Czech city. Nobody is going to take issue with the fact that you've changed the place where you're staying. A hotel booking is not required per se; it is just ...


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There is a Sheraton hotel built into the Airport at Paris CDG. It's in Terminal 2, by the VAL shuttle train between the terminals, and very close to the railway station. As a non-French speaker with no laptop, this will be by far your easiest and least stress option. (Not the cheapest mind) So, your best option is just to head there - use the free shuttle ...


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The other answers are all things you should do first, but if all else fails, and you have no access to a phone or a computer, almost all airports have a 'travellers aid' or similarly named desk, who are there to handle situations like this. Talk to them. They will speak English and will almost certainly book a hotel for you.


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Roissy is a big airport with plenty of hotels around it. Depending on your budget and style, you can select the best one for you : Sheraton : connected to the airport terminal Hyatt Regency : has a shuttle to go to and from the airport from the hotel, it has an indoor pool Hilton : also has a shuttle and an indoor pool There are plenty of other hotels as ...


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If you have a wifi enabled phone, you can use the free wifi provided at the airport to find yourself another place to stay. Kayak, Booking, Expedia and tons of other sites have apps for that. They also have "multimedia stations" where you can use a computer to do just that (though that option only gives you 15 free minutes after which you'd have to pay) If ...



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