Can't really answer for how to change your ticket or if you will be allowed on board with a ticket for a different train, but from Augsburg to Paris, you have the following alternatives you can still book (and thus possibly exchange your ticket for?):
Augsburg 03:57 (in the morning, or night rather) - Stuttgart 05:36 // 05:54 - Paris 10:05
Augsburg 07:05 - ...
Below the present (Friday, 6th December 2019) summary:
tickets valid until the 11th can be rebooked free of charge
but only for the same connection
it does not state how or where to do this
unused tickets can be reimbursed
no trains to or from France on strike days, which is expected to be extended
At present (3 PM) it is unclear if this strike will ...
Based on the linked article (from May 2019), most prices seem to be 'rounded' to $1 (6.66 RBM) when paying in dollars, so by paying in RMB with smaller notes you may pay a lower price.
So small Chinese notes (1, 5, 10, and 20 RMB) would seem to be the best option.
Since the tours start from China, getting a good supply of good quality notes should pose no ...
Report about July 4, 2019 that may help others in future years.
There are dozens of firework shows, all over Brooklyn.
The biggest are near the Brooklyn Bridge, but the riverside areas are extremely overcrowded, and you are unlikely to get a good view even if you jam in.
If you can find yourself a rooftop view you can see the fireworks from all over. ...
Yes it is. I contacted privately the Renfe official account in Twitter (@Renfe) and they replied:
Los billetes Madrid-Granada y Barcelona-Granada, a partir del 15 de diciembre, se pondrán a la venta en los próximos días.
Madrid-Granada and Barcelona-Granada tickets, from December 15, will be for sale in the upcoming days.
Note by the way ...
It's perfectly safe.
I've been there a few weeks ago, and the only inconvenience I encountered were unpredictable MTR station and system closures, but in case that happens there are always alternatives (buses, taxis and ultimately walking). The Citymapper and MTR apps are useful as they provide notifications of closures in real time, and alternative routes ...
It is safe. Demonstrations mostly occur on the weekends, are quite localized, are mostly peaceful and don't target tourists. If you are paranoid, avoid wearing black clothes, since that's one of the way protesters identify themselves (my French contacts advised me to wear a yellow vest to make sure I'm not mistaken for a protester). I have seen a few ...
Mid-September, I flew Germany to Japan with Cathay Pacific, also with a layover in Hong Kong. (I had to book literally the night before and for some reason Cathay Pacific options were the cheapest. You wonder.)
My layover was just over an hour (not short enough for them to permit me using the fast lane at security) but my entire experience at Hong Kong ...