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This isn't, so far as I can tell, any kind of travel jargon. It looks the standard definition of in-house used in any kind of business: Done or existing within an organization That is, if you want to book a room directly through the hotel itself, use the contact information provided. Presumably, you could also book the room through a third party like a ...


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In places where hotels are required to register their guests with the local authorities, they will ask for the ID of all guests. Hence all guests might not need to be present to check-in, but their ID's will. Other hotels might just ask for one ID. This is assuming that all guests begin their stay on the same night. In your specific case you should not ...


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TL;DR: No, there isn't. JR is a group of independent companies that do a pretty good job of running trains together, but don't really collaborate on ticketing and reservations, so there is no centralized all-JR reservation system. The closest to this is JR East's Ekinet, which allows booking tickets more or less anywhere in the country, but it's ...


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Roomettes are indeed assigned, and which one you get will be indicated on your ticket (as highlighted below): You can request a particular roommette (or bedroom, family bedroom, bedroom suite, etc.) by calling Amtrak or seeing an agent at the station; as with airline seats, the earlier you do this the better if you have a preference. The car number will ...


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I don't have any evidence for it but I suspect it might be necessary to satisfy APIS requirements. If you can provide a nickname, you could conceivably evade automatic checks against no-fly lists and similar databases. Also, many people (e.g. from places like Indonesia) go by names that are completely different from what's on their passport. As @pnuts ...


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Few reliable options for you would be TripAdvisor Makemytrip Goibibo Expedia But one thing which I always do after selecting a hotel from these sites is to check for the hotel's independent website and see if a booking option is available on it. If it is present, then a booking can be made easily through the hotel's page and you could confirm your ...


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You cannot do this online. You can do it for free at any JR station's "Green Window." You'll find that in high-tech Japan, with tap-IC cards at every train turnstile, the JR Pass is entirely analogue. It's a total anachronism - you have to use it at physically manned turnstiles, not with any of the automatic ones.



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