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comment Is there a “MacGuyver” like chalenge theme park / adventure park / place?
@MeNoTalk :) I was glad to see him again.. but the webisode was a bit disappointing at the same time.
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comment Is there a “MacGuyver” like chalenge theme park / adventure park / place?
@Liam your sugestion sounds intersting but I would classify that more as "Hercule Poirot" thing than MacGuyver. In any case if you know something like that go ahead and post it as an answer.
Sep
24
comment Is there a website or resource with tips of places where to leave luggage?
No doubt it's a big business. Thanks for the tip, but I am looking for more out of the usual schemes. Sometimes those places are just too expensive to leave luggage for half an hour or so.
Sep
15
comment Is there a website or resource with tips of places where to leave luggage?
You raise a good point . For now I seek a guide with examples, like the one in the linked answer. I don't expect leave it at place X (though that's a good idea too) but more of - "ask in a shop, etc." But I expect a bit more ingenious ideas.
Sep
10
comment Is it illegal to purchase fake designer handbags from street sellers in Spain?
@jwenting probably you're right, but I don't know how it is in detail. I just told what I knew. It's very uncommon to see those in Spain and if the sellers are usually worried to be caught I never saw a buyer running away :)
Sep
8
comment Is it illegal to purchase fake designer handbags from street sellers in Spain?
Very probably it's ilegal to sell them. To buy them I would say not. what leads you to that believe?
Aug
20
comment Aerosol cans in the checked luggage?
I read somewhere that (at least in Europe) companies now travel with the luggage compartment pressurized. I am not sure how accurate this information is though.
Aug
8
comment Walk from San Sebastian to Picos de Europa in 3 days with some hitch-hiking?
At a first glance I would say it's unrealistic. For the same path hitchhiking I have taken 1h and around 6 hours. It's simply very hard to know how long it will take to move by hitchhiking. I don't know that area particulary but if you try it (and it sounds like great fun :) ) I would definitly try to have a plan B
Aug
3
comment Wildcamping in europe
Hi Hagado. That questions has been answered: travel.stackexchange.com/questions/1340/…
Aug
3
comment Good route for a 1-day bike trip around Amsterdam
Definitly a must do. I did that and I recomend it!! Going via Volendam through the ferry is quite nice!
Jul
24
comment What is the rule regarding tips in Czech Republic?
I don't know what you consider the center of Prague, but I was definitly not in District 1. I was actually in a street near Legerova and I chose the restaurant for the fact that most people seemed locals. I also had the same issue with the "wrong" change.
Jul
23
comment Travelling by train in Germany, what's the best option to buy the ticket?
@Gagravarr sorry my bad. It's a regional train.
Jul
21
comment Travelling by train in Germany, what's the best option to buy the ticket?
@Gagravarr It's an intercity, from Bohn/cologne airport to Aachen
Jul
6
comment Printing while travelling, how can one do it?
@KnightWhoSayNi krakow, zakopane, gdansk warsaw.
Jul
6
comment Printing while travelling, how can one do it?
@MeNoTalk I am only statying in one hostel and very soon. I will be camping and using other accomodations. I am not sure they have a printer. I would prefer to know where to find one.
Jul
5
comment Printing while travelling, how can one do it?
Printer. I mention internet cafes, because they usually have printers.
Jun
30
comment Can I plug an adapter into a power strip when going from UK to Europe (Spain)?
@Szabolcs true. But still a good remark in case you decide to generalize the answer to other countries. I will change my answer.
Jun
30
comment Can I plug an adapter into a power strip when going from UK to Europe (Spain)?
@SpehroPefhany the question mentions chargers, doesn't explain what kind of chargers. One can assume it's for mobile phone or laptop. But why not make the answer more generic? it's even possible that more equipments will already be plugged at the same power socket through an already existing power strip.
Jun
29
comment Is there a website for the Tatra mountains Polish shelters?
Ah, yes.. that's great!
Jun
22
comment 220 V to 110 V voltage converter for laptops
You will probbly only need a socket adapter. You will be fine with the tension (V).