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Apparently Google can convert multiple currencies to one. In the example showed it sums 1 British Pound, 2 US Dolars, 10 Swiss Francs and 1000 Indian Rupees and converts it to Euros. But when I try to sum any currency with Cambodian Riels it doesn't seem to work. Perhaps it's a bug or I don't know how to make Google understand what I wish.
The Website http://waymarkedtrails.org shows sign posted hiking trails. The data comes from OpenStreetMap.org It shows the logo used on the signs and indicates the difficulty of the hike with different line styles. And it features the requested green background.
The answers so far are already good, but I'd like to add a map for Switzerland: https://map.geo.admin.ch It's without doubt the best online map I've ever seen. It's amazing how detailed it is, and what kind of information you can shown on the map on demand, e.g. geomagnetic fields, employment density, or 4G antenna locations, but also more useful things ...
Here you go: Austria: http://www.amap.at France: http://www.geoportail.gouv.fr Germany, Bavaria: http://geoportal.bayern.de/bayernatlas (check box "Wanderwege") Italy: http://www.pcn.minambiente.it/viewer Switzerland: http://map.schweizmobil.ch (check boxes in "Wanderland") World: http://opentopomap.org
The main problem is these days, almost every big site tries to bill themselves as a community. In addition, many of them don't release stats on demographics, membership numbers and so on. Some of the most popular ones include: Couchsurfing - over 5.5 million members in 97,000 towns, in over 250 states or countries. TripAdvisor claims to be the largest ...
I should have just kept listening - the interviewee (Trish Clark) went on to talk about the website which she's started: Good Night and God Bless Which bills itself as "An invaluable guide for travellers who want to stray off the well-trodden tourist path.", with the associated book: "Good Night and God Bless: A Guide to Convent and Monastery Accommodation ...
I don't think so. Any search engine is only going to as good as the code that it runs, and not many companies would be willing to spend time and money coding something not very many people would use. My advice: Contact a travel agent and ask them about this. Travel agents are still helpful as they are people, and can figure out workarounds.
Have you tried any of the following? http://www.cruisingexcursions.com/ http://www.expedia.com.au/cruises Happy cruising!
This website is very useful http://www.cruisetimetables.com You can see departures from individual ports, but if you have a specific destination in mind you can select a different tab and see cruises that call at that location. It is date based so has some restrictions in use. It also has links to cruise agents for booking, however I think the pricing is ...
60 days in advance! Since you want to purchase your tickets on FlightHub make sure to compare to price found on your desktop with the mobile version.
Accounts with only one or two reviews are suspicious, whether their reviews are favorable (sockpuppets of the owners?) or negative (spite? competitors?). A computerized algorithm probably found a large number of negative reviews from multiple users at the same IP address. They may have been deleted without any human intervention, that's such a red flag. (I ...
There are multiple possibilities already existing to have a more or less refined idea of the baggage restrictions. It depends if you want the detailed restrictions on bag sizes or just the cost of a checked bag. Expedia shows the price of carry-on and checked bags on their flight details, like in the screenshot below. Seatguru shows, for each airline, the ...
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