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Aｓ many companies have, there is rarely a possibility to see the inside of a plant, but only to see a kind of exhibition, but stocked only with marketing material made for school tours etc. Currently, nuclear power is the most sensitive and emotional topic in Japan and there are many movements against it. You can actually find a lot of organized tours ...
Expedia actually has tours on their site, occasionally. In this instance, it appears as though they have one for Cologne. However, it's only on Fridays, and the English one is at 4.30pm, and runs for 1.5 hours.
Yes, You will be able to find someone. You must contact the local authorities first for permission and they will be able to help you. If you are planning for any tour or traveling somewhere you can take idea from traveling site like koshertravelers site. It will give you good deals about traveling.
VIP Bus takes about 5 hours from Arcade (Chiang Mai main bus terminal - there are 2 so make sure you use the Arcade) to Mae Sai (for the border) or as said about 4 hours for Chiang Rai town centre (note: CR is a province as well as a town, and includes many towns). Red SongTaews can also be hired for tours directly around CM (about the same price per day ...
After a quick look at the Pentagon website (http://www.pfpa.mil/visit/access.html), it appears that non US citizens might need to obtain an alien registration card and a social security card, and will need to be escorted during the tour. However, the language is rather vague and I am not sure what the exact requirements are in order to book a tour. I ...
I'm assuming you're mainly interested in public transport options. The choices of where to live would be very different (and perhaps more like a local) if you were car-based. Trams are still a great way to get around Melbourne. Yarra trams now operate the network, and they have a 7 day pass available: http://ptv.vic.gov.au/tickets/myki/myki-pass/ The ...
eat-the-world.com offers guided tours with food stops. The english one is only on Fridays. If you decide to visit Bonn you can join a Bonn for Beginners Guided Tour. Another interesting option is to visit the former German Bundestag in Bonn. There are guided tours on Saturdays, Sundays and holidays. However it's not a walking tour.
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