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I have checked into a motel without even being asked for ID. I had pulled off the highway to get a night's sleep, stopped in a place I had stayed a few times previously (but long ago, I wasn't recognized) and asked about the price of a bed for the night as I didn't feel it was safe pressing on to <city 2 hours further on.> I paid cash and that was ...


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Really for safety of all guests besides an ID/correct guest information, knowing the names and number of occupants of all individuals occupying rooms is important....but seldom obtained. In case of fire/disaster we need to be able to account for the people staying to authorities. Major chains have lost law suits because of fire etc. where a child was not ...


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Starting from August 23rd, people arriving from abroad no longer have to self-isolate according to the CDC, which removes the quarantine requirement on the federal level: Travelers returning from a trip outside the country or their state no longer face recommendations from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to self-quarantine for 14 days upon ...


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You can and you are expected to turn into the nearest lane. Whether there is traffic in the other lane is apparently not relevant. The Washington State Driver Guide says: Turn from the lane that is closest to the direction you want to go and turn into the lane closest to the one you came from. When making turns, go from one lane to the other as directly as ...


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As you mentioned that you are travelling from Germany - this kind of vodka is not legal there. Here is a news article in German - it's easy to buy it in the Czech Republic but it's not legal do import or possess it in Germany. If you get caught the vodka will be seized and you will be reported.


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