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comment Is there a money machine in the Tel Aviv airport?
ATM's are pretty much ubiquitous in Tel Aviv and surrounding areas. And that include within Ben Gurion where you'll find plenty of them within the arrivals hall and elsewhere.
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comment Why do some boarding passes fail to mention when gates close?
As a general rule, posting a copy of your boarding pass - including eticket number and/or booking reference - on a public website is normally not a good idea.
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answered Alternate routes to travel from Houston International airport to Lafayette, Louisiana
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comment How to apply for a Schengen visa?
Did you try Google?
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comment What are the lightest travel adapters/converters available for France?
Anything that adjusts voltage is going to be heavier than an equivalent device that doesn't, so by definition this isn't going to be the lightest as requested. Voltage conversion also almost certainly isn't needed for phone charging - basically all chargers are multi-voltage.
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comment Living in Canada for a year: entering the US for a couple of short trips
Exact duplcate of travel.stackexchange.com/questions/5922/…
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comment Can I cross the US/Canadian border with a copy of my US passport?
In a situation like this Canada allows you to withdraw your request for entry, which doesn't count against you in the future as you were never actually refused entry. A US citizen can never be refused entry into the US, regardless of a lack of documentation. The issues becomes proving you are a citizen, which can be done but takes time.
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comment What does it mean to be in the fast lane in California?
You are mis-reading this section of the code. This is referring to the fact that on a two-lane road you must drive on the right-hand side of the road. It explicitly states that it does not apply "(d) Upon a roadway restricted to one-way traffic.", which is normally going to be the case for highways which are one-way on either side of some form of divider. California law does NOT generally require you to drive in the right-hand most lane as in some other countries, and in fact the driving handbook recommends against driving in the far right-hand lane on multi-lane highways in many cases.
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comment Collecting luggage and checking them in again?
Automated Passport Control kiosks can only be used by people from ESTA countries that have entered the US at least once since 2008. As this is Angela's first time to the US, that won't be the case. The Mobile Passport App is not available for ESTA.
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comment How to behave in a museum?
And, apparently, the particular rules of the museum at the time you visit. smh.com.au/good-weekend/…