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Padmapper aggregates AirBnB, Craigslist and more traditional sites for America, Canada and the United Kingdom. In general these sites target different areas which is probably why a global search engine doesn't exist.


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Renting Accomodation Long-term rentals everywhere around the world typically require the tenant to prove the ability to pay the current and every future month rent. This is done by showing salary slips (usually the last 3 in France), payment receipts from previous rental agreements, a reference letter, and/or binding someone else to be your guarantor to ...


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I know here in Antwerp/Brussels in Belgium there are huge facebook group communities where people are putting there flats for rent or asking for a flat. Most of these facebook groups I know are usually for cohousing (living together in a flat) and I guess it's easier to find such a flat for only 1-2 months. You could try searching for these groups and see ...


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Renting in Cahors is likely to be easier than in many places, it's not unpleasant but it's not a very hip or economically successful town. So you might just ask if you can pay upfront for one month instead of providing all the documentation. Beyond that, landlords do typically ask for pay stubs (“bulletins de salaire” or “fiches de paie”) over several ...


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We have rented a Wifi modem from a company called Iugo at Istanbul airport. During our visit in Istanbul, we connect our 3 phones to that device and use internet. It was fast and had unlimited internet.


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Most Dutch bikes will be capable of travelling 50-70KM easily. I have personally travelled that distance on a Mac Bike (3 gear) last November. Obviously you need to be physically up to it but because of the Dutch bike network and geographically flat lands, racking up the mileage is relatively easy in my experience. I am not aware of a rental shop that will ...


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Most bikes can take you 70km, that's not a very concrete criterion. There are two main classes of bicycles: "race" bikes and everyday transport bicycles. The difference is that on a transport bike, you sit much more upright and go much slower, racing bikes are mainly used for sport, have thin wheels, et cetera. Rental bikes are typically the slow type. The ...


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Traditional renting Most bike rental shops are local bike shops that also do renting so it will be hard to rent in a city and leave it in another city. If there is a renting company that also accepts bycicles in another city I am not aware of it but your best bet would be with the big players (Macbike and others. just google for bike rental amsterdam) ...


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Another solution would be to rent two cars, using public transit between. A one-way car rental from Bangor, Maine to NYC is about $50-60/day, although whether rates that far in advance are meaningful, I don't know.


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The drop fee for a one way cross border rental will be quite high, as the car would have to be repositioned since having a matching reverse rental would be highly unlikely. You are better off doing a Canadian rental, then transport (bus, plane) to New York, then a USA rental. The other option is buying a second hand car, driving it for a while, then ...


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This is likely dependent on the company, as some won't necessarily allow one-way cross-border rentals, or may not have a license to cross the borders for their commercial operation. I'm assuming, however, that you've tried some large ones. It's also possible that they're full then - are you trying a busy period? New Brunswick doesn't have that big a ...



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