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I wouldn't recommend talking a toddler to any of the museums inside the peace park. My group (which were all mid-20s males) were pretty shaken by some of the stuff, and there were things that I wouldn't want to show a child just yet (the effects of radiation on people, there's a display that has mannequins of what people looked like post detonation), and ...


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You could reapply your family visitor visa and provide the necessary documents to support your application. Your husband's finance (income, outgoing, saving etc. using at least the last few months bank statements as proof and make sure the money is able to cover the expenses of your staying with your husband without working), accommodation (a letter from his ...


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If your husband has a valid T2 ICT visa and both of you are NOT from North Korea, you may be able to qualify for a dependent visa depending upon your circumstances. The most rigorous requirement is the financial hurdle, which will be to show a clear balance of GBP 1,575 (this covers the primary and one dependent). Because you have a prior refusal you'll ...


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By public transport, the most stress-free by far is the direct Air France bus. It's a little cheaper and still not too stressful to take the RER B line across Paris and to Antony where you change for the Orlyval shuttle. Buy combined tickets at CDG. The ticket price is 54.20€ (children under 4 travel free). There is good signage all the way. Most trains ...


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i would highly recommend the use of public transportations. it's cheap and fast. Use the RER and ORLYVAL. Be only carefull of strikes, so if is anounced, plan to use taxi. It is expensive and highly depends on traffic conditions. (rush hours, accidents...). From CDG to ORY, a smart driver won't get stucked but it will cost you high $$$. hope it help André ...


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Public transport options could be a bit cheaper but might not qualify as “stress free” for you. You would need some combination of RER and busses with at least one connection in the center of Paris. Six hours is plenty of time so there is no need to be really worried but I can imagine that it could be quite stressful to find your way through an unknown city ...



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