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Jan
21
answered Partial travel insurance
Jan
21
comment Apartment in Munich
@Karlson: they're not being entirely honest there. The federal court decision is about subletting, while the government statement they refer to is about a local regulation's impact on providing living space that's also used to work in. Completely irrelevant. And the second point - Airbnb "asks hosts to seek permission from their landlord" - but does nothing to ensure this is actually done.
Jan
21
revised What do the Northern Lights usually look like? Are they worth questing after if you only have a few days?
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Jan
21
comment Apartment in Munich
Note that a very recent court decision ( fr-online.de/wirtschaft/… ) will probably drastically reduce the Airbnb offers in Germany - the federal court decided that a permission from the landlord for subletting does not cover tourist stays.
Jan
21
answered What do the Northern Lights usually look like? Are they worth questing after if you only have a few days?
Jan
10
revised How can I apply for an Irish tourist visa?
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Jan
10
answered How can I apply for an Irish tourist visa?
Jan
9
comment What happens with checked luggage with an airport change?
Definitely not worth the hassle, I'd say.
Jan
7
comment Bringing cooked meat to Germany?
@JonathanReez: it's not illegal, but at least in theory shouldn't make a difference since all EU contries have to implement the same measures.
Jan
7
revised Bringing cooked meat to Germany?
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Jan
7
comment Bringing cooked meat to Germany?
@jpatokal: I think you underestimate the conscientiousness of German customs agents. I have seen several documentaries where airline passengers carrying meat and fish were stopped and severely reprimanded and fined.
Jan
7
answered Bringing cooked meat to Germany?
Jan
6
answered Do I need to get USD to travel in Argentina?
Jan
5
answered Why are some non-Nexus travellers sent through the Nexus line at Pearson?
Jan
4
awarded  Nice Answer
Jan
4
awarded  Nice Answer
Jan
1
answered Will I be able to benefit from free movement in Europe
Dec
30
reviewed Approve suggested edit on czech-republic tag wiki
Dec
30
comment Do roll-on/roll-off (RORO) ships take passengers and their car?
@DJClayworth: you've got it completely wrong. New cars are transported pretty much exclusively by RoRo ships so that they can be driven - because that's faster than unloading and handling containers. However, those are special RoRo ships quite different from ferries.
Dec
28
comment Cheaper alternatives to travel to Hokkaido?
possible duplicate of Alternative to trains in Japan