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How do I safely navigate a two-lane roundabout in the UK?
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If there is traffic in the outer lane, I am stuck and I cannot exit. This is exactly the issue when people don't obey the rules, they should use the inner lane for turning left or back. If they did, ...

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Are credit cards widely accepted in Warsaw?
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7 votes

From my experience, non fast-food restaurants generally accept credit cards. As for musea, it depends, so bring always some cash with you, to make sure. Some smaller shops require[d] some minimal sum ...

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How can a technically homeless German citizen issue an invitation for a Schengen visa?
6 votes

You've got something wrong there. It's unlikely it's required to be home owner in order to issue VPE because most people in Germany don't own homes/flats, they just rent them. It seems your friend is ...

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How can I avoid ordering multiple bottles of water at a restaurant?
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There's nothing weird in ordering a few bottles of water, however it would be more economic to order one big bottle instead of few smaller ones (if the restaurant has it in menu). However, if you ...

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What's open over Easter in Germany?
4 votes

Easter is a big holiday, so don't expect any shops to be open. The restaurants and petrol stations are allowed to be opened, so there will be some opportunity of eating out. Musea - closed, holiday ...

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Do other countries care if I paid taxes to my own country for visa purposes?
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If country X requires you to provide tax statement, they make it not because they care if you do pay taxes in your country of residence, but to find out, if you have economic bounds with your country ...

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In Belarus, do norms for a work event include informal bar drinks and snacks in the evening?
2 votes

In Poland, it's quite populart in student cities, and it's targeted mainly for students. Normally beer is discounted, and it's typically from late afternoon until evening (for example 16-19), so that ...

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Local transport to Warsaw airport
2 votes

The validators outside trains are only on metro. S3 is a city train, and the validators are inside the trains. However, if the trip takes longer for any reason (for example, many passangers getting ...

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Best way to pay in Poland when I have Euros?
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The cheapest way is to take euro, and exchange it currency exchange points (Kantors). Avoid banks, since the split is ridiculously high. They display the prices so you can check them before coming in. ...

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What happens if my wallet is lost or stolen while abroad?
1 votes

Never carry all eggs in one basket. If you have all money and credit card in one wallet, in case of lost, you're out of financial means. In that case you should contact your embassy/consulate, they ...

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Cancelation fee on a unsuccessfully booked room
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A badly designed booking system (no possibility to change payment method, no checking if credit card is valid before booking) doesn't change the fact if you owe something to hotel or not. We can only ...

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