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Can we assume that this is a stay just overnight while on the road. The majority of the budget chain hotels are rather standardized, and, as you have seen, family rooms are rare. You might consider two rooms en suite instead. For stays from 3, maybe 2 nights on, you might consider vacation apartments, which you might find on Gîtes de France or Homelydays. ...
There are Japanese products, which would do what you are looking for. You can find them in the online stores as "Portable Washlet" or "Washlet".
I call it "Manual Bidet". Left hand with a rubber/plastic glove + water bottle. Use paper toilet paper to remove "excess" waste, then wash with water bottle. No direct handling of "poop". Believe me, I'm a male nurse...been cleaning patients for >40 years... :)
I wouldn't. Aside from the travel issues you are going from a rabies free country to a high risk one. Some info here: http://goitaly.about.com/od/italytraveltips/qt/pets.htm From the page, you need the dog microchipped, vaccinated and: Each pet from a country with a high incidence of rabies must also have a blood test performed at an approved ...
I do not have experience travelling with a dog in cabin during a transatlantic flight. However I did it with a cat. We did it once on a Paris-Montréal with Air France and once on an Ottawa-Frankfurt with Air Canada. In both cases they did check that the weight of the cat + his cage was below the limit fixed by the company, however they did not measure the ...
From personal experience, I would recommend smartphone only, but with a power bank. Usually, I just travel around with my smartphone (Samsung Galaxy S4), with a 64GB Sandisk Ultra MicroSD Card. This can store thousands of photos. Also I have a Xiaomi Mi Power Bank(about 10400mah) which can be found for about £15 on eBay, shipped from China. Both are very ...
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