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Aug
20
awarded  Autobiographer
Aug
13
awarded  Civic Duty
Jun
25
revised Are there any lightweight travel alarm clocks?
edited body
Jun
25
comment Are there any lightweight travel alarm clocks?
@mkennedy: Thank you, that key phrase was exactly what I needed!
Jun
25
answered Are there any lightweight travel alarm clocks?
Jun
25
comment Are there any lightweight travel alarm clocks?
@JoErNanO: Thank you. The close votes are before the edit, should I mention this on meta? I've linked to another upvoted question which fits the same format, which demonstrates that this question is in the appropriate format for the site.
Jun
25
awarded  Student
Jun
25
comment Are there any lightweight travel alarm clocks?
@GayotFow: Thank you, I've reformated the question slightly to not give the appearance of a poll. The format is bassed on this question.
Jun
25
revised Are there any lightweight travel alarm clocks?
Reformat to look less like a poll.
Jun
25
asked Are there any lightweight travel alarm clocks?
Jun
13
answered What's the safest way to protect your valuable belongings from theft at the beach?
Jun
8
revised What metric to imperial conversions should I know for traveling to the US?
changed tachometer to speedometer, the former measures engine RPM while the later measures speed
Jun
8
suggested approved edit on What metric to imperial conversions should I know for traveling to the US?
May
25
comment How correct is my intuition that tap water is safer in the mountains than in cities?
This is probably one of the most important questions yet asked on Travel.SE. Thank you.
May
16
comment Is it OK to play the piano housed in the lobbies of hotels?
Ah, python!‎‎‎‎‎
May
13
comment Renting a Manual Car in the US
@MasonWheeler: Regarding performance: Unless you are on a drag strip, the feeling of performance in a stick is better than the feeling of performance with an automatice. The OP presumably is not running moonshine, but would rather enjoy the feeling of actually driving (not just steering) the vehicle. Regarding safety: the safer machine is the machine whose controls one is familiar with. Perhaps an automatic-bred driver in an automatic is safer than a manual-bred driver in a manual, but less safe than either is a manual-bred driver in an automatic.
Apr
9
comment What style of bathroom facilities are in Hong Kong hotels?
Note that if you do go to the bar, dress the part. They will turn you away if you are not dressed to spec, even if you are a guest in the hotel.
Mar
23
awarded  Announcer
Mar
21
comment Is a tour of a US Embassy possible?
I hear that the Ecuador embassy even has a dormitory now!
Mar
19
comment When driving in Belgium, what equipment is mandatory to have in a car registered in another country?
Please refrain from profanity in the question title.