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location Prague, Czech Republic
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Math PhD student at Czech Technical University in Prague and at LIAFA in Paris.

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Sep
19
comment Will I be allowed to bring 3 iPhones to Argentina (Buenos Aires) from the US?
@damryfbfnetsi I have no more than zero idea what you speak about. (This smartphone stuff is getting ridiculous, after all.)
Sep
18
comment Will I be allowed to bring 3 iPhones to Argentina (Buenos Aires) from the US?
Don't bring your own iphone, you shouldn't need it there, should you? Just put your SIM into one of the new ones. This way you can at least save one device (unless you can't really spend the last day of your visit without an iPhone).
Sep
15
comment How much cash can you carry in a European Union domestic flight?
@Relaxed Well, maybe not misleading (that was a bit too strong, sorry for that). But without citation of reliable sources, I can't believe it, especially since the observation I made during my journeys is different..
Sep
15
comment How much cash can you carry in a European Union domestic flight?
Hi! Please, do you have sources of this statements? The rules of the Prague airport seem to be different, because even on the in-Schengen terminal, you are required to report 10k+ EUR cash possession.
Sep
15
comment How much cash can you carry in a European Union domestic flight?
This is a very misleading answer.
Sep
15
comment How much cash can you carry in a European Union domestic flight?
Similar for the Czech Republic. Remember that cheques and valuables (stocks) can also qualify as money.
Sep
10
comment Flying with a baby, changing diapers onboard
And: Bring in lots of diapers. Think of the number you take for a trip by car of the same length. Add one extra diaper. Add another extra diaper, just in case. Now double the figure.
Sep
10
comment Why can two different airlines have different travel durations for the same itinerary?
@reirab though most aircrafts go a bit further to the north since it saves some fuel. So there's no worry about that little triangle for the BOS-CDG route.
Jul
24
comment Travel from London to Paris or Zurich by train without a Schengen visa
Even if you found a way how to cross the Schengen boundary without a border control, it would be illegal to enter if you need a visa and you don't have it.
Jul
22
comment What is the rule regarding tips in Czech Republic?
@JanHudec I think we agree on that point :)
Jul
22
comment What is the rule regarding tips in Czech Republic?
I wouldn't consider CZK 2 a standard tip for a full meal. I always tend to have couple small coins in my wallet for the case when the price is 98 or 108, so that I can comfortably tip e.g. to 105 or 115.
Jun
15
comment French Strikes: Using idTGV ticket for standard (SNCF) TGV
@Gagravarr And were the trains like at 150% of their capacity? The ones I took were.
Jun
13
comment Forearm walking crutch and air travel
@pnuts I'm gladly not taking RyanAir. Anyways, the article is very manipulative (what is the context of the very last sentence, for instance?) and I completely understand the decision of RyanAir.
Jun
13
comment Forearm walking crutch and air travel
Ah ok, thanks, I wasn't 100% sure about the policies. I won't need a wheelchair, both T2 in PRG and T2D in Paris are quite small, barrier-free and close to the public transport :)
May
7
comment What will happen if I overstay in Sweden by 1 day?
@user1264727 I'm not sure what you mean by "is unlikely to be of convenience practically speaking" -- it solves the problem legally, and spending 2 nights in the UK might be a pleasant trip for the OP and his spouse :)
May
7
comment Swimwear customs on Côte d'Azur?
(I hope the Q is not considered off-topic or opinion-based. If so, please let me know.)
Apr
27
comment Hungarian train (MÁV) tickets online?
You gotta love such schizophrenia. Thanks a lot.
Apr
24
comment Crossing borders for a couple hours inside the Schengen area with a group of children
Thanks, I certainly wasn't aware that I need parents' permission for this. Don't you know please if "minors" means <15yo or <18yo?
Apr
23
comment Crossing borders for a couple hours inside the Schengen area with a group of children
@JonathanReez Parents' authorization is not a problem, problem is that not all <15 children have ID/passport.
Apr
22
comment Is sleeping on the floor in planes allowed, and if not, why not?
+1 for culture of suing. In the manual for my microwave, no prohibition of drying cats there is mentioned ;) and +1 for safety. Why only the system allows only one upvote! :D