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I wouldn't worry about airports, since more or less all the ones I've seen (from the smallest to the huge ones) are pretty similar: you get your bags, you go though customs ("nothing to declare" - if you haven't brought a lot of cash / weapons / drugs with you). I agree that that the easiest way to get to Piazzale Roma is by a shuttle bus. You can find the ...


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In the Rocky Mountain and Plains states, it is possible to have heavy snowstorms in March. It's also possible to have very warm, late spring-like weather. What's more, the weather can change dramatically over just a few days. You will need to keep an eye on weather forecasts as your planned departure date approaches, to learn where it is likely to snow and ...


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You sound exactly like the type of person we have developed our new travel search engine Glooby for. There is no doubt that air travel emits a lot of carbon dioxide emissions from planes that affect our environment. Since there are over 1 billion international tourists every year, I understand that you are trying to minimize our environmental impact as ...


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I have unexpectedly discovered an answer to my own question. Acco Brands of Dayton, OH, puts out a "Weekly / Monthly" Binder: "At a Glance Executive," Item# 70-NX81-OS, that contains among many other things, as I expected, one large page that has all relevant travel 800 numbers and web addresses. This binder is available at some Office Depots and on many ...


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With that list and the fact that you will have a car I would sugest to go to Arundal castle, be there the moment it opens, so you have a fair time. Old and big castle, worth visiting. Not all of it is old, but enough to make it worth your time. If you are an early riser, you can visit the sea before the castle. And for a park, try the Weald and Dowland ...



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