The check-in staff at JFK won't allow it. Not just for luggage reasons, but above all because, if anything goes awry with your connection, you're not "insured" and would be stuck in transit; unless you pay for a new connection, the inbound airline would end up having to take you back, a scenario they won't risk.
I've just been turned away from the plane.
This is despite being a resident in France for 5 years. To be clear for anyone thinking about planning the trip, I took:
letter from my employer stating that they needed me in France
My airline was BA. They repeatedly said that I must have ...
Is this dangerous to cross?
As you can see on Wikipedia, fatalities are very rare, fewer than one every few years. https://www.passagedugois.com/crbst_3.html gives some tips to avoid sinking your car and some current information (tide, weather, etc.).
Keep in mind that the area is very flat: as a result, if the tide is going up and that you see some water ...
It is hard to proof a negative but the lack of sources does point very strongly that they are one and the same.
The cave is here It is also known as Grotte de la Davouste, Grotte des Lyonnais, Baume des Lyonnais. Other than a number of copies of basically the same text about the dye which state they have been found in the Audoste Cave, I can'...
The page you linked to states:
In addition, for travellers over 11 years of age:
A. If you are arriving from a country on the list below, even if you are in transit, or if you have been there in the last 30 days you must present a negative test result carried out less than 72 hours before boarding. You will not be allowed to board without this document.
Assuming you booked this travel on 1 ticket, and you stay in the transit (airside) you won't need a test. If these were 2 separate tickets, and you have to leave the transit to get your bags and check them in again you would need a test.
But what keeps you away from testing?
First you wouldn't need to worry if you need a test in France or not, and second it ...
I don't live in Basel anymore, so I cannot completely vouch for this. But there used to be a small pedestrian/bicycle path branching off to the left from Flughafenstrasse (coming from the Basel side; 47°34'29.2"N 7°33'44.0"E), right at the border. Following this path for about 100 meters you can then turn right and you're in France. As far as I ...