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There are a number of "Parcs relais" close to metro, train or RER stations. You can find a map here: http://www.navigo.fr/wp-content/uploads/2016/06/stif_plan_parcs_relais.pdf Note however that some may be quite busy. A better alternative is probably to take the train directly from Brussels to Paris. It will be quicker, you'll get directly to the city ...


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https://www.ncp.co.uk/parking-solutions/london-underground-car-parks/ lists all car parks at London Underground stations, from where you can continue into London by Tube. I don't know how busy these car parks typically are, but North Greenwich looks like the biggest one at a south-east London Tube station, and according to this page it'll cost £7.50 to ...


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Dartford is already practically in London; you are unlikely to get anywhere much nearer. Trains from there go directly to Charing Cross, London Bridge and Victoria, which are right in the centre of town.


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One rental company may require the IDP translation, while another rental company may not. This Danish government webpage (it's in English) addresses getting a Danish license if one becomes a Danish resident. However, language at the bottom of the page suggests that a foreign license with English text might be acceptable for tourists. Here's a screenshot of ...


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It seems that it is quite possible, as outlined in great detail here in this blog entry. Buying a Used Car in Mexico as a Foreigner Here is what we found out straight away about buying a used car in Mexico: the only ones you’re going to find for $1000 and under are mostly the old beat up VW bugs you see everywhere. I’m not knocking it – I want ...


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