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AEgypt: Is it safe to drink the coffee in Egypt?

I've visited Egypt​ and several similar countries and have not, as yet, had any problems. I follow my own advice i.e: Boiled water is safe to drink so, assuming the coffee (and tea) is made from boiling water (as is normal), you'll... See More


ACyprus: Car rental

The situation has slightly improved since the early years of partition and a few hire companies will allow their cars to be taken into North Cyprus​ (not the larger multinationals, I think). I'm afraid you'll need to check with each... See More


AYork: Where to go?

Without knowing your interests it's not easy to advise but here are some possibilities: York​ to  a) Leicester​, to see the grave of the recently-discovered King Richard lll (the 'king in the car park')... See More


ACleveland: nearest

DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Cleveland Downtown - Lakeside​, Hilton Cleveland Downtown​ and The Westin Cleveland Downtown​ are all less than 15 minutes' walk from the Rock and Roll Hall... See More


ARothenberg to Pilsen: Places to stop

I assume by 'Rothenburg' you mean Rothenburg Ob der Tauber ? I'm also going to assume that you intend to travel by car, though making the journey by train is perfectly feasible. The obvious place to stop on this fairly short journey (less... See More


ADublin: Croke Park

Croke Park​ is served by both the LUAS lines (plus a walk) and a number of bus services. See the official site for info: https://crokepark.ie/getting-here LUAS info and timetables on the official site: https://luas.ie/operating-hours.html Bus routes... See More


ADublin: Doors of Dublin?

The best place to find authentic Georgian doors, now painted, is the south side of Dublin's​ city centre, where the 1700s architecture still remains. Merrion Square​, Fitzwilliam Square​, Lower Baggot... See More


ADublin: Airport transportation

All EU airports have good public transport access, by bus and sometimes train as well, both to the primary city they serve and usually to other locations as well. Ireland​ is no different. The official Dublin Airport​ website... See More


ANormandy: Road trip recommendations for Normandy, England,Wales and Scotland

Allowing for 7 days in France, 3 days in London​ and at least 3 days for the Dover​ to Falmouth​ segment you've really only got 2 weeks and a couple of days to explore the UK.... See More


ANormandy: Road trip recommendations for Normandy, England,Wales and Scotland

A few pointers about driving in the UK: 1. Don't be misled by map distances. Any road journey will take longer than the map suggests, sometimes much longer.Our roads are frequently congested, even motorways, and... See More


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