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It can be very hard to spot fake reviews for hotels on TripAdvisor. However, I just came across fake (duplicate) reviews and then fake reviewer accounts by accident. While reading many reviews for several different hotels in Plitvice Lakes Croatia, one unassuming positive review caught my eye because a detail (free wi-fi) conflicted with the hotel ...
You want to consult a proper weather map. I like Wetter3 and Wzkarten. For Wetter3, click on Standardkarten, then in the drop-down menu on "Niederschlagsumme". Then, with the arrows next to "Termin", scroll to the relevant time (indicated in UTC). You can change the area with "Gebiet" — note that the alternate GEFS output is listed as a separate option ...
For the US, you can use the National Weather Service. Zoom in on the area of interest, select the desired time period with the "+/-12Hrs" buttons, and mouse over "12 hr. probability" next to "Probability of Precip." to get a color-coded map showing the predicted chance of rain. You can mouse over other entries of the table to see predictions for ...
If you're driving in the US, there is Roadtrippers.com, a web app focused on place discovery and creating itineraries along roads. It's quite modern and sleek, but it can't add a timeline to the itinerary.
On the two routes that you detailed Virgin Australia does not have any of its own flights. However it has a codeshare agreement with Singapore Airlines on those two routes, which means you could purchase a VA flight and not travel on a Va plane. I did a quick check on the VA website and the codeshare flights are shown. Kayak uses matrix ita, but also ...
There is a station selector which gives street address and map locations for many of their stops.
I use Google Maps or Apple Maps, but you could use any mapping software that shows your position via GPS. Find your target city and compare your current position with the destination. You should be able to trace back your position on marked railway lines on the map back too where you are.
Spotting fake reviews on Trip Advisor or on any review site can be easy or could be very difficult given that it is becoming widespread. The only bonus is that Trip advisor is becoming well known for this behaviour amongst the travelling community and Google etc and is/has been lambasted for such. I have recently returned from a two week holiday at an ...
Unless the online agency's card processor prohibits them from accepting credit cards from outside Sweden, there should be no issue with using your card. These days most online businesses accept cards from around the world, but occasionally you find a business with restrictions. As to the fee, you need to contact your bank or card issuer and ask what their ...
I've been here in Georgia for almost 3 weeks now and have had intestinal problems off and on. In Tbilisi I ventured out and ate at local restaurants, including having tea. When I stopped having tea and only drank coffee or bottled beverages, then I stopped having problems (diarrhea). I ventured out to the regions, ate with local family, and had problems ...
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