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There will be entry immigration and customs for france. If you are travelling on commercial transport you should encounter those controls automatically. In some cases the controls are juxtaposed (that is you will be checked by french immigration before exiting the UK). Having never been rich enough to own a private sea going boat I have no idea what the ...


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I asked one of the guards at Jeita Grotto and she answered that they had tourists leaving the marked trails to take pictures, maybe they destroyed some of the stalactites (or stalacmites?). It really is a pity though. The official photos that you can buy on CD (a Flash slideshow) are horrible. The lighting in the cave is much more beautiful than the ...


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Here's my experience: In Shanghai (PVG), I went to the counter to check in, the guy barely spoke English, asked me what was in the bag. Eventually he checked me into the flight and attached the luggage barcode thing to my bag. Then he called someone on the phone and told me to wait for someone to collect the luggage. A few seconds later he asked me to ...


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I doubt you can know. I know that sounds like a wishy-washy answer, but I'm also able to provide the specific reasoning that backs up that answer. First, I've heard of some serious criminals (like mob bosses) who had impeccable records: "not even a parking ticket". (I presume that they used their wealth/power to get a chauffeur to drive, which kept their ...


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You will know when you are arrested in the United States because an officer will say explicitly that, and read you your rights (just like on TV). You may be read your rights before or after you are arrested, but if this did not happen at all, it's unlikely you were officially arrested. An arrest also requires a lot of paperwork by the police, so if you were ...



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