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Feb
16
comment Raising money in a visiting country — legal or not legal?
Also B visa (the most common U.S. visa?) allow some form of business. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/… en.wikipedia.org/wiki/B_visa
Feb
5
comment Flight booked through Expedia transit issue
Well, what they could do is to make it clear whether transfer passengers have to go via immigration or not. i.e. on most European airports you don't have to go through immigration if you're transferring to an international/non-Schengen flight, whereas in the US you always have to go through.
Nov
27
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Nov
26
awarded  Teacher
Nov
26
answered Is street photography ok/accepted in UK, Portugal, Belgium and Germany?
Sep
23
comment Why are so many airline check-in counters idle so often?
Also mind the technology change - most airpots were planned and built before self-service check-in terminals reduced the amount of counters needed.
Sep
23
comment What are mini-bar policies for one-night stays in hotels?
I doubt the calculation - I believe refilling the minibar and checking expiry dates i more work than in a corner store. Also minibars typically are fridges which have to be acquired, maintained and need power ... stil that alone doesn't explain "normal" hotel's prices (which aim at maximizing profit)
Feb
21
comment How to book a ticket for an unborn infant?
While this might be the case I'd go with @Gagravarr's comment above and call the airline. Even when going to the airport this is quite stressful and might end up in a mess if there is a different policy in place.
Jan
28
comment (Where) Can I go to a “sleeper” cinema?
I don't want to know, what happens with couples lying in beds with a romantic movie running ... ;-)
Jan
26
awarded  Editor
Jan
26
revised Am I too heavy for Chinese hard sleeper trains?
Adding kg for people who aren't used to pounds
Jan
26
suggested approved edit on Am I too heavy for Chinese hard sleeper trains?
Sep
24
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Jan
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Jan
16
accepted Importing beer to the US via PHL and SFO
Sep
17
comment Importing beer to the US via PHL and SFO
Thanks. Your link brought me to lcb.state.pa.us/cons/groups/system_internet/documents/webasset/… which states "However, if an individual is only passing through Pennsylvania to his/her final destination in another state, it would be permissible for an individual to bring his/her wine into Pennsylvania on his/her way to the other state." hopefully valid for beer, too. ;-)
Sep
17
comment Importing beer to the US via PHL and SFO
yeah, checking it in is the only option, liquids are banned in EU and US, as are glass bottles (duty free is an exception)
Sep
17
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Sep
17
asked Importing beer to the US via PHL and SFO
Sep
14
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