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answered Travel in Scandinavia during autumn
Jul
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answered How to mange finances for an international student in Japan
Jul
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comment Driving in Croatia with European 1 year old driving license
And this is your own car or a loaned one, i.e. you're not planning to rent one? Rental companies often have restrictions on the age of the driver (not the license).
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revised If your plane gets diverted by a government's order, who is responsible for your missed connection?
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revised If your plane gets diverted by a government's order, who is responsible for your missed connection?
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comment If your plane gets diverted by a government's order, who is responsible for your missed connection?
@Thorsten S.: mainly the third paragraph, which most directly deals with the question.
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answered If your plane gets diverted by a government's order, who is responsible for your missed connection?
Jun
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answered When do I have to go through customs between Minneapolis and Nuremberg?
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answered Are there affordable palaces available as accommodation?
Jun
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comment Where can I find short term apartment rental offers in Berlin?
AFAIK, Craigslist is basically unknown outside the USA.
Jun
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revised How to take my bike from Germany and/or France to Switzerland?
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answered How to take my bike from Germany and/or France to Switzerland?
Jun
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comment Which brand of backpack should I carry so as to not stick out in Europe?
I think the point is that there are about a hundred things more likely to get you tagged a tourist than the brand of backpack you're wearing.
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Jun
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comment Are inexpensive ryokans inauthentic?
@jpatokal: AFAIK the names for the various types of accomodations used to be completely different anyway and "Ryokan" is basically a post-WW2 category.
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comment Are inexpensive ryokans inauthentic?
The Japanese Wikipedia page on ryokan does not agree with this narrow definition.
Jun
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comment Are inexpensive ryokans inauthentic?
I don't think this is right. I've stayed in several inner-city ryokan. They were all cheap and not at all tourist attractions. The rooms were small (futon==no extra space for a bed) and had shared bathrooms - quite space-efficient. Of course they were not in top locations (i.e. a 5 or 10 minute walk away from the subway station instead of next to it) and the buildings rather old.
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