Max Wyss
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If a person's passport is not stamped upon leaving the U.S., will returning be a problem?
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It has been said already that when leaving by air, the US does not stamp passports. When you check in, the airline takes the stub of the form you filled out when entering the US, and which usually ...

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After checking in luggage for upcoming American flight, can I get between Terminal 7 and Terminal 8 at JFK
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There are two different cases: a) the Alaska Airline lounge is landside, meaning you won't have to go through security to access it b) the Alaska Airline lounge is airside, meaning you will have to ...

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Mount Washington Cog Railway
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If you bother going there, take the train. I was there several years ago, when they still operated the kind of original steam engines, but from what I read, those are no longer in regular service, ...

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When would be the ideal time to take the Coastal Tram (Kusttram) so that you can actually sit down?
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The easiest would be to get on the tram at the starting point of the line. You might also aim more for the morning than the afternoon.

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Bus ticket transfer in Ingolstadt, Germany?
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A quick look at the Ingolstadt transit agency's website shows that they have zone fares. That means that you would buy a ticket for that amount of zones. A one-way will allow you to travel the whole ...

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how long will it take from airplane just arrived in Geneva airport to the train which is in train station in same building?
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I don't know about how efficient baggage claim is in Genève. However, if your flight is more or less on time, you have more than enough time. Getting the train ticket is no big deal; you can get it ...

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Do I need a UK transit visa if I have Ireland's GNIB/IRP card?
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You might have a look at the information provided by London Heathrow Airport on their website. They do have a personalized guide (you enter arriving flight number and leaving flight number, and it ...

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Solo-Driving from Florida to New York During the Winter
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The chances for wintry conditions have already been discussed. If you are not used to drive longer distances, simply plan for more time, and break up your trip into three or four sections. If you do ...

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Difference between Economy (R) and Economy (L)
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These look like two different booking classes, having different fares, and rules concerning changing, cancelling, etc. You might find more information on the Air France website, or if you look for ...

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Validity of German debit card in Switzerland
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As zeocrash stated, Maestro is accepted pretty much all over the place. In fact, my (Swiss) bank card uses the Maestro system if not used at an ATM of the issuing bank. The terminals I have seen ...

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VRS JobTicket: Extension Tickets & +1 Capabilities
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A very quick search for "VRS Anschluss Ticket" reveals the official page (by VRS), where it is stated that for VRS-AnschlussTicket and EinfachWeiterTicket that additional persons travelling on the ...

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Will I have to recheck my luggage flying YYZ-KBP-IKA?
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The only one who can kind of reliably confirm this is the airline. Contact them and ask your question. Theoretically, you should be able to check through, but there may be some regulations concerning ...

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Dinner at the Folkestone and Calais Eurotunnel terminals
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Unless you understand "dinner" as "grab a bite", I would suggest to have dinner somewhere in the vincinity (maybe even after having gone through the tunnel). It will be better in any case, and prices ...

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To convert my USD$ in to Euro in my country of origin or in Paris?
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It is generally best to exchange direct (in other words, from USD to EUR) in a country having one of the currencies. This means, you get most out of your bucks by exchanging in Paris. In a third ...

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Does it make more sense to drive or fly from Orlando to NYC?
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If you need a (your) car at both ends, you might consider Amtrak's Auto Train, which gets your car and (I think) up to 4 people from Sanford FL (near Orlando) to Lorton VA (near Washington DC) ...

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What is the oldest train in the UK still operated regularly for a non-tourism purpose?
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It may be touristy, but has regular scheduled operation: the Snaefell Mountain Railway on the Isle of Man.

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One hour Lufthansa transit time in Frankfurt from Bangalore to Dublin
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This has been a comment, but was suggested to become upgraded to an answer (I also took the freedom to rewrite it slightly)… Back when I got through Frankfurt quite a bit, the minimal connection time ...

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Choosing a car for travel with kids in Florida USA
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In any case, you will need children's seats (just for the record; and your budgeting). Most of the UAVs (aka SUVs) are essentially trucks. Oversized, and if you are not used to that size, you may not ...

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Money Exchange (CHF to USD) in Switzerland, Canada or in the USA?
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In any case, do it in Genève. And do it at a bank, not at a currency exchange booth in town or at the airport. The banks will charge a commission (CHF 3 to 5 or so) if you are not a client of theirs ...

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Driving from Nice city (France) to Nice airport are there gas stations that are open early morning?
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As you can drive quite a few km until the gas indicator shows less than full, and you won't arrive too late in Nice, you might fill up at one of the supermarkets, as it has been said. Most of them ...

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From Italy to Austria during winter, by car
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An important note about the Swiss Vignette: It is not legal to slightly stick the vignette to a car, remove it, and use it on another car. That said, unless you want to make a gift to the rental car ...

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Cheap and convenient way to travel with kids around US
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Within New York (well, Manhattan), it is a real big bother to drive and quite expensive to park the car; Metrocard is your mean to go, maybe an occasional cab ride. To DC, driving might be probably ...

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Cheap hotels with family rooms near motorways in France
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Can we assume that this is a stay just overnight while on the road. The majority of the budget chain hotels are rather standardized, and, as you have seen, family rooms are rare. You might consider ...

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How can I wash myself Indian-style (using water not toilet paper) in Western toilets?
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There are Japanese products, which would do what you are looking for. You can find them in the online stores as "Portable Washlet" or "Washlet".

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From Munich to Berlin, 6 hours in Dresden or Nuremberg or Bamberg or Leipzig?
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It really depends on your interest. There are a few things you only get in Nürnberg, others you only get in Leipzig or Bamberg. If transportation happens to be one of your interests, definitely ...

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How much time should I allow for getting a Swiss Railways "Junior Travelcard" at Zurich Airport?
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According to the SBB website you would get a Swiss Family Card for free, and your daughter would travel for free if the accompanying adult has a valid Swiss Travel System ticket (Swiss Pass, Swiss ...

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Carrying liquor on transit from Germany
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Duty free is normally cheaper, because it has no duties on the items. German speciality liquors are Kirschwasser, Zwetschgenwasser (it is not water; it is a clear distillate), or the infamous ...

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Can you get complementary upgrades when you check-in online or through a booth at the airport?
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I may be wrong, but complimentary upgrades require an action by a human being. So, if you want to have a chance, you will have to check in at the counter. If the complimentary upgrade is because of ...

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LHR- SFO- HNL stopover transfer time
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As it has already been asked in a comment, are the flights on one ticket? If so, the airline gives you some assurance that the connection time is sufficient (if the flight arrives on time). In any ...

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Cellphone carriers in Europe
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Within the EU there are (still) roaming fees. However, you might check with your provider whether there are any special deals which can lower these fees (such as for calls from France to another ...

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