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I use two cards overseas. One is a Visa debit card tied to an account at Charles Schwab. They are slowly switching to chip-and-sign, but not yet for my type of account. However, I get unlimited ATM fee rebate (including retroactively when their automated system did not parse Icelandic ATM fees). The fine print admits to charging between 0.10% and 1.00% on ...


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The online portal vacations to go has a custom search which might suit your criteria. You have the option to specify the following search criteria: Region Time Range Minimum/maximum number of nights Type of stateroom. (Ocean view, balcony, suite) Price range Company (both include and exclude) Cruise ship Passenger capacity of the ship Ports visited (both ...


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The actual answer to your question will vary because there are always campaigns co-branded cards, travel specific accounts, and fees and features that vary from bank to bank. So I doubt even if someone were to provide you with a specific product name (like, for example, American Express Blue) it would be valid in the long term. Therefore, I am giving some ...


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You can look to see which banks have branches in your hometown area better than we can (the old fashion yellow pages, chamber of commerce, etc). So that is a good starting place to research your needs. Mobile check depositing is becoming pretty common place with bank apps in the USA. I work with three different banks (2 national banks, 1 local credit ...


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The online portal vacations to go offers this possibility on their custom search. You have the option to choose up to two ports to exclude. Note that you have to give your particulars to see any results. However, no email confirmation is needed, so using fake particulars should be possible if you are worried about giving out information. I haven't ...


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You can use the Czech Jizdnirady ('Transport Schedules') website to achieve this. Go to http://jizdnirady.idnes.cz/vlaky/spojeni/ Enter your route (in this case Nantes to Nancy): By default it would show you a route through Paris: Using the Advanced search feature to limit the time you're willing to walk between two stops. This won't affect the ...


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Sailboats have specific routes (Jimmy Cornell wrote an entire book about them: "World Cruising Routes"), they are sailing to areas which have tailwind for the direction they want to go. If you want to cross the Atlantic you are sailing to the equator trades, in the other direction you go up to the US coast and use the prevailing west wind. So your distance ...


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If you don't want to use calibre for the process, you can also (1) open print preview (2) save pdf (3) email it to your kindle at kindusername@kindle.com. Your kindle will download the attachment the next time you're connected to wifi.


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Is it possible? Yes. I usually budget $1,000 per month wherever I travel. But... But I use most of the tricks in the book, depending on the country, to keep prices down. Many people won't be comfortable with some or all of the tricks. Hitchhiking. No trains, no buses. When hitching fails, use ride sharing. Camping. Wild if possible. Finding cheap ...


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12go asia has it all, stops and maps. you can hop off anywhere, but hop on mostly in provincial centers or large towns. unless you solve local logistic, there is no point in this kind of hops. how do you want to go from the provincial bus station, and where? they don't rent motorbikes there on every corner, actually don't rent at all. no taxis. no tuk tuk ...



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