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As a life long Oregonian, I can answer. You pull up to the pump, the attendant comes to your window, and you give them your card or cash, and tell them how much you want (usually filled, but I've asked for $20 before, especially when I pay with cash). They fill the tank, give you the receipt, and off you go. It is illegal to pump your own, and you can be ...


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Not yet a real ferry service, but the first US cruise to Cuba is supposed to sail today. http://www.miamiherald.com/news/business/tourism-cruises/article74753237.html UPDATE: the cruise sailed and arrived in Havana: http://www.miamiherald.com/news/nation-world/world/americas/cuba/article75096132.html As passengers cheered, Carnival Corp.’s Fathom Adonia ...


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You can buy the ticket from United, and it will be on "United Stock" (the e-ticket will start with their numbers, once upon a time it would literally have been printed on paper with their logo) even though it will be on "Air Canada metal" for the first and possibly second leg. It will be called something like United 4321 operated by Air Canada. This is how ...


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From the definitions page: Excluded: The actual number of passengers on flights which arrived in the selected hour who were excluded from wait time reporting. That sounds like passengers who were allowed entry but did not need processing time, for example infants who have no passports and share the same passport with their moms. If they were counted ...


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Certainly Porter Airlines falls under this designation: they fly from a secondary airport (which is very rare in Canada), the Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport. Also, instead of flying into Detroit airport they fly to Windsor -- there are only two non-seasonal scheduled flights from Windsor. Three from tomorrow because Porter adds a flight to ...


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The TSA person said to me that it was ok to use up to a year after expiration. She wanted to let me know that my license expired in case I didn't.


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It appears that Langdon Park offers public horseshoe pits. (Found via DC Park Rx, which has "horseshoe pits" as a search filter.) You might want to call the listed number to confirm that they are still there, and ask whether horseshoes are available to borrow, or if you should bring your own (they should be relatively inexpensive at any large sporting ...


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Changing your hotel accommodations is no problem. You only need to write the street address of your new accommodations on your landing card, which you will fill out on the plane and give to US immigration and customs officers. Make sure that you have the correct street address before you depart. (You'll also need it to give to your taxi driver.)


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I thought if I never had a book I must fill out DS-11. But you had a passport. That is enough. Nowhere does the official renew page make a distinction between book and card. It also says: You can renew your passport even if it has not expired. And the first two steps to Submit a U.S. Passport Application by Mail (from within the United ...


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There's nothing in principle wrong with using both the VWP and other types of visa to enter the US at different times, however if you are intending to carry out the same activities on both, then you may be in trouble. The US State Department provides this useful flier about business travel under the VWP (and what specifically isn't). Without knowing the ...


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The best solution would be to search for transportation to Indiana University so for example: Go Express Chicago Catch a Ride Rome2Rio Rural Transit Hoosier Ride Given the number of options now it is also worth mentioning that you could simply drive to Chicago meet your friend and drive back.


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I think it is unlikely (if not impossible) that you will be able to use the lost card to pay for your room. Most U.S. hotel/motel stays are post-paid. As such, you will customarily be asked for a payment method up to three times— at booking, at check-in, and at check-out— but you would only be charged at check-out or for a no-show. Usually, they ask me to ...


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No, you can't, because no such airlines exist. [Transport Canada] requires domestic air services operators [...] to be majority-owned and controlled by Canadians. [ref] You could book a flight from Vancouver to LA on a US airline, of course. And might be able to book a flight to LA from Toronto via Vancouver through a US airline (through codesharing) ...



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