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VIA Rail no longer sells bike boxes. The baggage staff at Toronto Union Station has confirmed to me orally that VIA Rail has stopped to sell bike boxes. Travellers who wish to take their bicycle as checked luggage do not need to pack their bicycle in any way. Greyhound does still sell bike boxes at 10$ each, to travellers or non-travellers. Dimensions ...


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Assuming you are of legal age in the US and Canada, they have a site listing all the restrictions. It's not very much, unfortunately, limiting you to around 8.5L or roughly 24 cans. However, their alcohol specific page which also says the same thing, does mention that it may vary by province, but I wouldn't expect it to vary much. added Alcohol is ONE ...


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When you preclear US customs at Halifax Stanfield you will not need to go through customs again when reaching the United States. You arrive at a domestic terminal in the US rather than an international terminal and can proceed directly to your next flight. All you need to do is to make sure the airline checks your bags through to TPA, which they will do if ...


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According to Timatic you will require a visa: Transit passengers are required to hold a passport or passport replacing document required to enter Canada. Passport required. Passports and/or passport replacing documents must be valid for the intended transit period. Visa required. Additional Information: Visitors ...


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I live in Mexico and have traveled throughout the country. Most touristic places will accept VISA/MasterCard, American Express is not widely accepted. I suggest getting the cash you need at any ATM, there are plenty of them on urban areas. The main banks you´ll find ATMs are from: Banamex (www.banamex.com) BBVA Bancomer (www.bancomer.com) Banorte ...


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HSBC, then Credit Cards, then Banks There's over 10% difference between the best (HSBC) and the worst (Travelex), so doing your homework can earn you several more cervezas! This was a relatively small sample size, so if you want to be absolutely sure, call your own banks and credit cards. Best: Credit Cards A) Credit Card Payments Each of the following ...


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No. The 90 days do not pause in Canada, Mexico, or nearby islands. Source (Ctrl+F, "Trips to Canada, Mexico, or nearby Islands." When you come back to the US, your leave-by date is the same actual date as it was when you first entered the US; your whole trip, from when you first enter the US until you last leave the US, must be at most 90 days unless you ...


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If you don't need a visa to visit Canada, then you don't need one to transit through it. A government of Canada page makes it simple to check your country. I checked Jordan for you, and you would need a visa to visit. Of those who need a visa to visit, only four countries in the world qualify for Transit Without Visa through Canada: Indonesia Thailand ...


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According to https://help.cbp.gov/app/answers/detail/a_id/1132/~/citizen-of-visa-waiver-country,-wants-to-drive-into-u.s.-from-canada-or-mexico, If you are a citizen of a country that participates in the Visa Waiver Program (VWP), and you enter the U.S. by land from Mexico or Canada, you are only required to complete the paper I-94W form at the land ...


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While Jonas' answer is indeed the legal situation but note: there is no penalty for breaking this particular law and more importantly, no US citizen can be denied entry to the USA if said person can prove citizenship. This is more generic than the USA, this is one of the fundamental meanings of citizenship. A birth certificate is a good start, the more IDs ...


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It really depends on which credit card you have and which travel/medical insurance policy you have. Typically, the credit card insurance is considered secondary, meaning any other policy will have to pay out first. Additionally, you may want to check and see if your travel/medical insurance policy is secondary or primary. Oftentimes they are secondary to any ...


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According to creditcards.ca, ScotiaGold Passport represents the most generous coverage since its no-charge emergency travel insurance lasts for up to 31 days per trip. and: BMO World Elite's coverage is capped at 21 days per period of travel, while Aspire World covers 22-day journeys for Canadians under the age of 65 I also found a table ...


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Via Rail baggage policy lists "Bicycle box (for non-travellers)" for $20 "available in certain stations only". Also, https://greyhound.ca/en/ticketsandtravel/baggageinformation.aspx Bicycle boxes are available from Greyhound Courier Express at selected terminals for $10 each (plus GST). Perhaps the Greyhound box is large enough too.


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You must get your luggage at Vancouver as this is your first port of entry into Canada. You also must go through immigration first. Sources: http://www.cbsa-asfc.gc.ca/travel-voyage/ivc-rnc-eng.html and personal experience of landing, oh, I do not know, perhaps a billion times in Vancouver :)


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This depends on the airport, in your case airports. You will be told when you check in but you could always call ahead to find out. In may cases, it will be tagged to your final destination and your bags will be labelled I2I which means International-to-International. If they are not, you will have to move them yourself. Since your final leg is domestic, it ...


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No, you can not extend your stay, unless it is some sort of emergency like hospitalization, canceled or delayed flight for more than 24 hours, etc help.cbp.gov ESTA is usually granted for 2 years or until your passport expires (whichever comes earlier), so depending on when yours started it is possible, that you may not have to apply again help.cbp.gov ...



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