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Feb
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answered Online hiking map for Alps
Feb
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awarded  Popular Question
Feb
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accepted In which European countries do I have to have a country indicator on my car?
Feb
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awarded  Necromancer
Feb
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awarded  Revival
Feb
10
answered What is the most campsite-dense route between Belgium and the Tatras?
Feb
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answered Where are the Himalayan Buddhist stupas?
Feb
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revised In which European countries do I have to have a country indicator on my car?
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Feb
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comment In which European countries do I have to have a country indicator on my car?
How does this answer my question? I have neither a EU license plate nor a Swiss license plate. I really don't know why this got so many upvotes.
Feb
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answered Get to El Calafate from the end of the W-Trek (Torres del Paine)
Feb
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awarded  switzerland
Feb
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comment Travel to the United Kingdom visa free for non-EU family member of EU Citizen
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Feb
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awarded  Famous Question
Feb
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reviewed No Action Needed Proof of sufficient funds for Austrian Visa (Sri Lanka Citizen)
Feb
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reviewed No Action Needed Am I eligible to apply for a Schengen Visa from the U.S. though F-1 visa is expired?
Jan
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comment Tipping in Europe when paying by credit card?
@Joe yes definitively, you can't compare that to Switzerland.
Jan
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awarded  Popular Question
Jan
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comment Why do trucks pass each other on the highway?
Truck drivers are generally under great time pressure and they are happy about every 5 minutes they can gain by overtaking a truck that is only slightly slower. Bear in mind that if you drive hundreds of kilometers each day, a speed difference of 4-5 km/h might result in a considerable time gain. Additionally, there are sections on most highways were overtaking of trucks is prohibited.
Jan
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comment Tipping in Europe when paying by credit card?
@drat I wouldn't call these restaurants really upscale. Or would you call a restaurant where you pay around 30 CHF (~30 Euros) for a main dish as upscale?
Jan
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comment Tipping in Europe when paying by credit card?
You seem to have completely different experience than I have. Maybe you work and go to other restaurants than I do. But just now, a third answer about Sweden also confirmed the credit card tipping approach.