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The intinerary you want is called an "open-jaw" ticket. Most airlines offer them at prices similar to return tickets, but they are not always easy to find in the airline's own booking website. You may need to click special options for "advanced search" or "multiple cities". If everything else fails, go to a brick-and-mortar travel agent, which ought to have ...


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I can't find any record of Richard Garriott's (or parents') address in Cambridge, and I don't think it is a very large city, so the fact that he walked to Prof. Hawking's house does not say much. But from this Cambridgeshire County Council page about births, marriages and deaths you can make a search for the birth certificate of Richard Garriott, born 1961 ...


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In other words to Henning's answer, you will find this option as a Multi-City search on most sites. Simply, add origin and destination for each leg, and you will get flights in a single itinerary.


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The National Heritage List map would be a good place to start. From their requirements description: The general principles are that all buildings built before 1700 which survive in anything like their original condition are likely to be listed, as are most buildings built between 1700 and 1850. Particularly careful selection is required for buildings ...


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The question asked about Premier League tickets, but I think it's worth mentioning that Manchester City and Manchester United now both have teams in the FA Women's Super League, giving you another way of seeing a City-United derby (and undoubtedly some great football). City Women normally play in City's Academy stadium across the road from the main ground, ...


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Yes, you can apply if your proposed date of travel is less than three months away. There is no mention of a three month period on the government information site. In most cases, including this one, rules concerning the minimum time between a visa application and arrival are not strict requirements but simply advice. If you apply after the recommended ...


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Regarding the Naples to Amalfi leg, I took ferries, and would suggest them as an option too. Note that this is the most complicated part of the trip in my opinion, so merits expansion of other options. The ferries are more scenic, and get you to the better parts of town, and are not as constrained by the traffic jams that can occur from Naples to Amalfi. ...


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