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Feb
3
comment Flight missed, can spend night on CDG airport?
@JavaDeveloper I slept on land side. When I was able to to the checkin (around 4h in the morning I moved to airside and still slept one hour before the flight, if I remember right)
Feb
3
comment Flight missed, can spend night on CDG airport?
@Cmaster yes, that's what I mean. Thanks for the note.
Jan
22
comment Is it possible to visit a water pumping windmill and a industrial windmill at the same location
Related: travel.stackexchange.com/questions/26133/…
Jan
14
comment Polish citizenship from grandparents
It could be on topic if the OP mentioned that he wanted it to travel to Europe without needing a VISA, not? Its probably the reason,not?
Jan
13
comment Where can I try an autonomous driving car?
:) no... but I will think about it
Jan
5
comment Can you exit and re-enter with the same ticket in Paris Metro?
@Gilles, yes, but if you re in a travelling pattern (visit many things, move from one point to another) it may pay out. Its not difficult to make 5 trips. I often get out in one place just to see something and enter the subway (whatever) again.
Jan
5
comment Can you exit and re-enter with the same ticket in Paris Metro?
Thanks. My doubt arised because I read somehwere that with 2 hours tickets, buying a day ticket wouldnt make much sense. But in fact, if you cant exit than this does not hold true. Only if you want to spend the day on the subway :)
Jan
5
comment Can you exit and re-enter with the same ticket in Paris Metro?
can you add the name of each ticket and the current price?
Dec
29
comment Can I trasport a small set of tools with me in the airplane?
I have the actual screw driver. But its just a plastic handle where you also keep the bits. This was a one of those company gifts. Not a real "hard core" tool.
Dec
29
comment Can I trasport a small set of tools with me in the airplane?
@JoErNanO updated
Dec
19
comment What is the fastest theoretical route for the London “Tube Challenge”?
From a computation perspective that is more related with the salesman problem than the shortest path. The shortest path is only applicable when you need to get from A to B. In this case you want to minimize the distance between many points, not only 2.
Dec
17
comment How many roads lead to Rome?
The question I am not sure fits travel SE, but the answer is definitly very interesting. And the system presented also. It allows you to know where you can drive in a given time, given also a starting point. I have seen a few questions asking this before. It would be intersting if it had other means of transportation besides car.
Dec
15
comment What street foods can I eat in Italy?
travel.stackexchange.com/questions/14211/… you may wanto to look at this
Dec
15
comment Can I transport a hairdryer in my hand luggage in Europe?
@gerrit I am aware of that. But the rules are consistent enough and it makes more sense to have broad questions that may help other than asking if I travel from Cologne to La Coruna by plane can I bring an hair dryer.
Dec
15
comment Can food or cosmetics get overheated on inter-European flights?
You may want to read travel.stackexchange.com/questions/39113/…
Dec
7
comment What is the purpose of check-in before flying?
@Calchas, I understand your point. But my questions was: what prevents companies, like Ryanair, of doing it all at once? Their business model is also changing, but not so long ago they didn't accept re-sellers (I am not sure if that stands).
Dec
7
comment What is the purpose of check-in before flying?
@Calchas but the fact that you would buy the ticket and do the check in all in one step (if certain conditions were met) wouldn't invalidate the coupon method?! It could even be transparent to the user. Am I missing something? This is specially true when you know some companies allow check-ins up to 30 days in advance.
Nov
30
comment Is street photography ok/accepted in UK, Portugal, Belgium and Germany?
@unsignedzero unfortunately that's beyond my knowledge. I never had any issues, but than again I don't usually publish. There are so many websites / people doing that, that I feel it should be fine, but again if you need an authoritative answer may law SE is the best place.
Nov
28
comment Is street photography ok/accepted in UK, Portugal, Belgium and Germany?
@unsignedzero from the moment you put it in a widely available medium you're publishing. The next questions might be: do you earn money with the publishng and how big your personal blog is. It might just happen that if you publish for a couple of friends and family no one cares, but its a grey area.
Nov
27
comment Is street photography ok/accepted in UK, Portugal, Belgium and Germany?
From a social perspective I never had any issues taking photos in the street in any of those countrys. I suppose that it depends on what you want to do with the photos. If its personas, you shoot you keep the photos for yourself, in principle no one will ever bother you. If you want to publish them things change a bit and therefore you may be better asking this question in legal SE rather than in travel.