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I believe the Algonquin (Provincial) Park fits perfectly your expectations. That is a big green area in the middle of Central/South Ontario on maps. It surrounds the Highway 60, which gives access to many sights. The park has either easily accessible spots (on the map above) for everyone even with disabilities, or deep forest trails or canoe routes ...


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Finding a place to park isn't very hard, due to the prices of parking - this greatly discourages bringing your car into Amsterdam city centre. The standard solution is to park at one of the "P+R" parking garages at the edge of town and take public transport from there. This is far cheaper. (Can be as low as EUR 1/day!) It might not be obvious to foreigners, ...


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My latest understanding is that transit visas are currently blocked in Saudi Arabia for non-nationals, but you can try your luck at the Saudi Embassy visa office, they may have the latest updates. You will need to obtain a transit visa for Saudi Arabia, for all passengers on the trip. To obtain the transit visa, you'll need to obtain first a UAE visa (it is ...


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Here's some things to consider. Some people go I-80 to Laramie and down through Fort Collins into Denver. However, Fort Collins has developed and more stoplights will slow you down. Now some people elect to go to Cheyenne and then down I-25 but this adds some distance. Where you want to go/or traveling from in the Denver area is a big factor in your ...


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I recently had a trip in the US where I needed a temporary SIM card. At T-Mobile I had no problem getting a pre-paid SIM card with 4G internet and they didn't even ask for my address.



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