Month: November 2014

There are buses from Santa Cruz to San Matias in Eastern Bolivia, on the border to Brazil. It takes around 15-18 hours on dirt roads. Once in Mato Grosso (on your way to C├íceres) the roads are very good and modern. You won’t easily find information on buses online, just go to the bus terminal […]

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most European Union tourists can’t extend their 90 day tourist visa (including e.g. the Netherlands, Germany, Spain, Italy, Sweden etc.), except those from the UK, Poland, Portugal and Ireland who can. Source: https://stackoverflow.com/

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A signal failure is the failure of a signal and associated equipment. The most important thing to realize is that a train at full speed cannot stop on sight so operators need to know that the way ahead is free. There are several different systems to deal with this difficulty and regulate traffic on railroads […]

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Non-owner car liability insurance companies in the US

I am going to rent a car for four days in the US (Colorado) and I need liability insurance. I am European and I don’t own any car, so I don’t have any liability insurance. My credit card covers CDW and LDW. I can hire the liability insurance at the counter of the rental company, […]

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In lieu of a link-only answer… A signal failure can refer to a number of situations… It can be down to a track circuit failure which means that the signaller cannot guarantee the safety of the train as he is unable to see on their screen or panel that the section of line is clear […]

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What are “Signal Failures” on The Tube and why do they happen so often?

As a Londoner, my tube journeys are often delayed by “signal failures”. What constitutes a signal failure? How do they occur? Why do they happen so often? Why can’t they be effectively prevented? Source: https://stackoverflow.com/

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I am an American with a US passport.I have a 15 hour layover in Paris.

I am an American with a US passport.I have a 15 hour layover in Paris. Can I leave the aiport to tour the city? Do I need a visa? Source: https://stackoverflow.com/

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Booking Nights Hotels count the nights you spend rather than the days. A night is defined as the time period between hotel check-in and check-out times and, whilst this is often less than 24 hours, it will inevitably span over a calendar-night. Check-in Times In general each hotel decides its own check-in and check-out times. […]

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As far as I know, all hotels provide a check-in and check-out time (i.e. the earliest time you can come in and the latest time you can come out). It is specific to every hotel/accommodation so you should be able, at the time you book the room, to know which apply. While your question is […]

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You need to fill a “registered baggage” form at the check in desk and declare at the time of check in that you are carrying a gun in your baggage. The check in staff will get you to fill a form. All airlines charge a fee for carrying firearms and they will charge you the […]

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