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Anything is possible, you can have warm days and hiking is definitely possible. And the first week of September is very different from the end of October. There is also a decent chance of wet weather but that's not the end of the world, on a multi-day mountain trek, you have to be prepared for that anyway. The main issue is not simply rain and clouds but ...


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You can look at a related question which has already discussed issues related to compensation and specifically with Frontier Airline: Can you be legally bumped or taken off a flight AFTER boarding? Having mentioned that. As have already been mentioned in that question the policies related to flight delays or cancellations are set by airline alone: ...


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Weather in that part of Belgium is always mild but mostly colder than you are used to. It can rain any day of the year but it will not rain every day and most of the time it will not rain all day either. Temperatures range from -10 to +30 C, but in October it is most likely to be in the +5 to +15 range. How warm it will be depends on the actual weather and ...


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Assuming you will be visiting the capital, Managua, July actually seems the worst time to visit, as it's in the middle of the rainy season. Other areas of the country probably won't be sunny as well.


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If you want to experience perpetual summer, starting in Paris in October and then going to eastern Europe is not the best of ideas. And, depending on where in Turkey you plan to go, winters can get quite cold. Parts of Ethiopia have perpetual cold nights, any time of the year. Northern Iran can be very cold in winter. Furthermore, based on your ...


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Considering your trip will span both hemispheres, there isn't a particularly wrong way to do it since it will always be winter/almost winter somewhere. I think what you have planned seems pretty good weather wise. Especially as someone from the US, you really don't want to be here in Winter since most major cities will get fairly cold and/or see snow. The ...


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San Gimignano and Volterra are the usual suspects concerning hilltop villages in the area. They aren't that high up though and I'm not sure it will be that much cooler and (especially the first) will be full of tourists. Otherwise you could do as the Italians do and head towards the sea or you might as well go into the mountains north of Lucca (but that ...



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