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reviewed Close Refusal of UK visa
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reviewed Close How to find cheap apartments when traveling abroad?
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comment How to find cheap apartments when traveling abroad?
I suggest you have a look to the many existing questions in this category
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reviewed Leave Open Fastest road from Berlin to Düsseldorf?
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comment Do I need a transit visa for Frankfurt if I (an Indian Citizen) am travelling from India to Nice (France)?
Also related: Should my first trip be to the country which issued my Schengen Visa?
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comment From Switzerland to France
Note: you should take a train from GVA airport to Cornavin station (Geneva main train station), then go across the station and go to the French side, that's where they will be any customs, and then you are in the French station and you can take a train to Grenoble.
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comment Can I add passengers later for free to my booking for the DFDS Dover-Calais / Dunkirk ferry?
@Willeke you can probably add that as an answer, if that is always the case that's worth knowing
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comment Would the most logical path from Normandy to the Bavarian Alps (Germany) pass through Lyon?
In general, the problem is not so much the length of the route, but more where the road network is. In that case, France is very centralized around Paris, it means all networks (road, train, planes) go through Paris. Not literally because Paris area is big, but within 100km of Paris, probably. Then it is possible to go through Lyon (even though Dijon seems a better choice), as you can see the road network on the map. Swiss infrastructure is probably good and fast, so it sounds likely possible to follow that route.
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comment Identification on German trains
@neo yeah I think your answer is the correct one.
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reviewed Leave Open Are there public Midsummer's Eve events near Stockholm I could attend?
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reviewed Leave Closed What are some general guidelines for sending a good request on Couchsurfing?
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revised Identification on German trains
trying to summarise the question at first
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comment Identification on German trains
@Tor-EinarJarnbjo I think the OP is asking whether his card will be interpreted as a debit card or credit card for identification purpose. I answered how a card could be identified as either one. If you consider there is no difference between a debit and credit card and this is obvious to everyone, then the question has no point in the first place.
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comment Can I roller skate on the street in France?
@WoJ this is in fact rarely enforced, pretty much anywhere in France. But some towns actually pay policemen to enforce such rules as speed limits for bikes.
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answered Identification on German trains
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comment Identification on German trains
However, digging more into this, it looks like it is stricter and I think this is indeed not a duplicate a whole explanation on its own.
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comment Identification on German trains
@Gilles I'd tend to agree with Calchas. I still have doubts because even though a couple years ago I bought multiple online tickets with a debit/credit card and I don't remember being asked to show my bank card at all, maybe the rules have become stricter since then.
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comment Identification on German trains
possible duplicate of Identification card for foreigners in trains in Germany
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comment Using Chip-and-Pin credit cards in the US?
I think chip and pin are relatively recent in Canada, it used to be the same there even 3 or 4 years ago, wasn't it?