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Your initial problem will not be where to store your bag, but getting access to it in TPE. By default, your bags will be checked through to your final destination - in your case that's CTS/Chitose Airport. In order to instead have your bags delivered to the baggage carousel in TPE you will need to ask the staff at the check-in counter in SFO to "short-...


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According to this thread Bonded luggage will be sent to luggage hold, can't be reclaimed as carry on. so that's definitely out. I found two posts (1, 2) both of which says the left luggage service is what you need. Left Luggage is your traditional luggage storage, but an agent touches it. And: I have used the left luggage service at TPE before. ...


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There are lockers at the train station in Garmisch-Partenkirchen, as mentioned here: https://www.bahnhof.de/bahnhof-en/Garmisch-Partenkirchen-3805998 There are no prices on that page, but usually a small locker (hand luggage size) costs 3 - 4 Euros per day, and a big locker for a checked-in luggage size is around 5 - 6 Euros per day. However, as soon as you ...


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If you are spending any night in a hotel or hostel in Tromsø before your hike, ask them if you can store your luggage there. I've done this several times in several countries and I've never been charged for it. Most recently I did so at a youth hostel in Trondheim, Norway. A friend has also done so at a hotel in Dombås even though he wasn't staying there ...


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That's easy, see here: https://www.schiphol.nl/en/at-schiphol/services/luggage-storage Relevant details from that page: Locations before security: Baggage basement Locations after security: Holland Boulevard, Lounge 1, Lounge 2, Lounge 3


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If you are on a bicycle tour, consider using Warmshowers (also on Android and iOS). This app/web site connects cycle tourists to people who are willing to host them, usually overnight, but you may also be able to find someone who can store your bike while you go home.


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According to Italia Rail’s Rome Termini Station guide https://www.italiarail.com/train-station/rome-termini-train-station the floor below the platform level is where you'll find the KiPoint left luggage facility https://www.romatermini.com/en/service/detail/left-luggage A quick internet search shows there are numerous luggage storage facilities close to the ...


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I've messaged the Whistler Tourism Center and they've replied the following: If you need to store suitcases the UPS store will have luggage storage for $10 a bag. If you are trying to store a small backpack there are lockers in the Carlton Lodge. The UPS store has limited hours on Saturday and is closed on Sunday. However the Carlton Lodge hotel should ...


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As of 27th August 2019, they have closed this luggage/cloakroom facility due to security reasons.


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I used this baggage service at Chennai airport. Room is near the taxi stand. Rs 100 per day. My luggage was badly damaged by rats, however.


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As of 7 October 2019, this facility is not available due to ongoing construction work. (as told by a airport personnel)


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Various sizes at 12,14,16 Złoty for 24 hours, as at Feb 2019. Medium rucksack to large enough for 2 decent size suitcases.


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I have already travelled this route with a similar itinerary. The perks of travelling with China Eastern is that the prices are cheap and the food is pretty rad for the money you pay. Unfortunately, most of these flights can have a long layover time and sometimes (like it happened with me on this specific itinerary) you have to take the checked luggage out ...


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Probably no worse than a purse, or even a backpack when worn in the front. I would remove it because it does not look confortable at all when seating in a plane seat for a few hours. Anyway, you will have to remove it to pass security.


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If the cabin crew notices, you'll likely have to take it off. It's hard to say for sure without asking the airline in advance. However, most (all?) airlines I've flown ask you to "stow your larger bags into the overhead lockers and smaller items such as handbags under the seat in front of you". I think it's fairly likely that if a cabin attendant sees your (...


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Even overnight checking luggage is extremely rare, multiple days is not possible. According to the airport page, however, Baggage Storage is available. If you want to store luggage for five or more days, including the initial day, you can use the short-term baggage storage counter.


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For UPS/Fedex, you can use Hold for Pickup/Hold at Location services. The shipping company will hold the package at their depot (which may be in an out-of-the-way location) or a retail store for a limited number of days. You won't be able to have them hold it for two weeks though: UPS is "five days" while FedEx is "5 business days." This is an option if you ...


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In Bacalar, the ADO bus stop is just right next to a gas station. In the shop next to it they accept items of luggage for a small fee each. The only catch is that you need to get them before 22h. I needed them around 00h15m. A bit before the bus I had to get. The pickup hour is probably negotiable. When I asked, the person immediately said he would be ...


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Yamato was able to do it. (found thanks to @DXV). They charged 1620 yen for sending it from Tokyo to an Osaka sales brach, delaying the delivery for 7 days.


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Unfortunately it seems it will be quite expensive according to this thread titled "Moving household goods to Vietnam from BKK". On April 10th, 2019 a person received a quote on 18-20 cubic meters of household goods from BKK to Da Nang for $7200 USD. That doesn't even cover storage. It seems most people in Thailand end up selling their stuff before moving ...


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The dimensions of the lockers are as follows. Small locker: 420 x 800 x 273 mm (~ 90L) Large locker: 615 x 930 x 472 mm (~ 270L) (https://community.bahn.de/questions/1582543-schliessfacher-frankfurt-hauptbahnhof-aktuelle-preise - please note that this information is from 2018) If your bags can be arranged into that volume, then you should be fine.


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You can store skis and snowboards in the Carlton Lodge in Whistler village for a fee of $10 per day. They can also accept your ski poles, but won't take helmets, boots and other equipment. There aren't any discounts for long term users, so this would be an expensive option for someone wanting to store their skis there all season. Additionally there are ...


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I've used it before. Once you clear customs and walk 'out' of the queues, it will be to your right hand side. It seems to be a pretty casual security situation. While I think the staff are honest, retrieving my bags was no more than pointing out which were mine and handing over the money without a close verification of the receipt. I wouldn't store anything ...


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SG Capsule at 36 le Loi, district 1. It is a hostel but also supply professional luggage storage service. You can search and make an appointment with them on their Facebook.


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