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I worked for a couple of months in an office at the site of the former Oslo airport, starting in a snowy foggy early March. I don't remember seeing any evidence that anyone was changing their shoes. I certainly wasn't.


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Normally, in mainland Norway (Svalbard is different) you would not be expected to change shoes at the door of a normal office. It would be at your discretion; wear what makes you comfortable. In a private home however, at least in an informal setting, you would very often take off your outdoor shoes and either walk in your socks or wear clean indoor shoes. ...


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The key is to minimize the amount of "kitbuilding" the restaurant needs to do, because it may be asking a lot for them to receive a box, print out a label, coordinate a pickup, etc. The DIY (slow) option USPS has a variety of Priority Mail boxes which ship at a flat rate (weight does not matter). You walk into the Post Office, look at the boxes, decide ...


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If sending one of the employees a couple of bucks via PayPal or something similar, to ship it for you is not an option, this is what I would do: Order a free flat rate box, and ship it to the restaurant: Click Here Pay for a label on USPS's website and email it to the restaurant. Alternatively, you can print it out and mail it to them. Click Here Schedule ...


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Perhaps something like this? USPS will ship an empty prepaid flat-rate box. The large size box is almost $60. I believe you fill out the label when you purchase the box. Some USPS boxes have tape already applied but I seem to remember that the similar large priority flat-rate box doesn't. You may want to ask the restaurant if they have package tape. If ...


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