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I've used the Printmaps.net editor for a travel photo book, they have highres PNGs (and Illustrator/Photoshop files). Here's a quick map of the Havana Malecón (itchy feet thinking of it):


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You have to change the country in the bottom of the Google Flights page, as you always get redirected to the version of the booking website for your chosen country: (Note that the currency you set in Google Flights influences neither the language of the OTA website nor the currency you are charged in.)


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Is there a way to make sure that when you've set Google Flights to English that it will take you to the English language version of the booking site? No (you can't even make sure that the prices displayed on Google Flights are correct…), but you can increase the likelihood of viewing an English version using some computer (e.g. via VPN or VNC) located in ...


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Travellerspoint's mapping tool does what you're looking for. It will allow you to map out many trips on a single map. Flights are shown with an arc. Train, car, bus routes will follow the roads. You can also drill down into each of the locations you stopped at to see some information for that location. This is from guide content written by the members. ...


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Here you have it. I don't know if it lists all of them, but the list is pretty long and you can even download the images for free: https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/help/18827/places-landscapes-wallpaper


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I've seen a similar issue specifically when I search Multi-city instead of a one way. I wanted to book through Chase Ultimate Rewards and got an error, when I called the support desk they said "it must be the airline hasn't updated their inventory", but I kept seeing the same fare multiple days after. In my case, the fare may have existed at some point, but ...


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