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Feb
6
answered What extra benefits are there in getting travel insurance if I have a European Health Insurance Card (EHIC)?
Feb
6
answered Driving into Germany over Easter weekend
Feb
6
answered Safely driving a car in Romania with foreign plates
Feb
6
answered Is my Turkish Driving License valid in the UK?
Feb
6
comment How long does it take for Google Maps to include a newly opened highway in its driving directions?
If you want to see up to date maps, you could try openstreetmap, a wiki base map.
Feb
6
asked Is the Italian taxi industry still highly regulated/restricted?
Dec
18
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Dec
12
comment Is there an EU law that a hotel can't kick you out if you're sick?
Yes, OK, this is a pedantic argument. So when I ask "Is there an EU law…" I'm really asking "Is there an EU Regulation or Directive…"
Dec
11
comment Is there an EU law that a hotel can't kick you out if you're sick?
Yes there are no "EU laws" per se, but an EU directive is de facto (eventually) a law, and is commonly called "EU Law"
Dec
10
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Dec
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Dec
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asked Is there an EU law that a hotel can't kick you out if you're sick?
Dec
3
answered How to prevent “Delhi Belly”?
Dec
3
comment Is it possible to draw out USD from an ATM in Zambia?
Zimbabwe has de facto changed to USD though, so it's a special case.
Nov
27
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Oct
17
comment Are there any inhabited condominiums (joint sovereignties) apart from Brčko District?
I recently traveled around Bosnia, and one would often pass between RS and FBH. They aren't really different countries per se.
Oct
17
answered Does one tip in the US/Canada for bad service?
Oct
2
comment Is there any United States slang I should avoid in the UK or Ireland?
The USA seems to have a steryotype of "British Bad Teeth", but I don't think that's a stereyotype that the British are aware of it, so you might get confused looks if you joke about it. Some countries are aware of the steryotypes of themselves (e.g. Irish & drinking), and might understand if you are making a joke, but the "British Bad Teeth" seems to be a USA idea. Joking about food as a USAian would be odd, since the USA isn't exactly known for it's culinary excellence (compared to say, France)
Oct
1
answered Power plug in Ireland: is it the same as in the rest of Europe?
Oct
1
comment What's a good prepaid SIM card for data in Ireland?
I recently bought a prepaid SIM (& cheap phone) in Dublin without any ID requirements or address requirements.