Month: December 2012

As Doc said in his answer, places within a very short walk were open for New Year’s Eve – even beaches. There was a partial view including skyline but not including the Harbour Bridge or Opera house. As Doc also said Lady Bay is within an area which is closed overnight every night of the […]

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I’m afraid not. Eurostar’s ticketing rules forbid this. From their FAQ: Can I board the Eurostar from a different station? (…) For journeys from the Continent to the UK, you will only be able to board the train from the station indicated on your ticket. Starting from the UK, if you have a ticket from […]

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Generally non-portable water is not treated or has any purification. Well water is a good example where water taken from a bore hole on a farm is used for irrigation and not for drinking. Drinking water has had treatment to remove any pathogens that may exist in the water that is drawn from a bore […]

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You shouldn’t have too many issues getting to JFK via points North – your route doesn’t really intersect with any of the main routes into Manhattan, which is where the NYE traffic will be headed for the most part. That said, you may want to take the Throggs Neck instead of the Whitestone – check […]

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Of course you can, at least you can try. Hostels are small businesses that don’t work by strict rules. And why should they not take your reservation on the same day? There is always the chance that they are full, but then you stay somewhere else and come back the next day if you really […]

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Peru: Can I reserve the hostels on the same day I arrive in a new city?

I’m planning to have a trip around in Peru and I was wondering if I can just reserve the hostels on the day I arrive in a new city or if I should call them a few days before. I’m traveling in April. I can also try more than one hostel, of course I need […]

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for an usual speed train(eg: paris marseille), you could take only a part. BUT as it have a quite carefully control before departure (due partly to immigration), i’m not so sure. Source: https://stackoverflow.com/

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Madrid–Barajas Airport, the main international airport serving Madrid in Spain. Source: https://stackoverflow.com/

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Madrid–Barajas Airport (Aeropuerto Internacional de Madrid-Barajas), is the main international airport serving madrid in spain. Source: https://stackoverflow.com/

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Doc’s answer gives you a good introduction, and should get you started. After that, two good resources I know of for HHonors are both on FlyerTalk. I’d suggest you have a read through two sticky threads there: Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) Pertaining to Hilton HHonors and Making sense of Hilton reward option. In terms of […]

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