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AItaly: 10 or 12 days in Italy, where to go

Depending on the length of your trip, and taking geographic proximity into account, here are my recommended priorities: 4 days: Rome, Florence 6 days, add: Venice 8 days: Cinque Terre 10 days, add:... See More


AGeiranger: how to get from Geirangerfjord, Norway to Aleslund, Norway!

Take the Hurtigruten mailboat line from Geiranger​ departs daily 13:25 to  Ålesund​ arrives 18:15 Schedule, buy tickets onboard https://www.hurtigruten.de/praktische-informationen/fahrplan/   A tender will take you from the... See More


ARome: Getting from cruise-ship port to city center in Rome

From the huge dockyard in Civitavecchia​, you take a free shuttle bus from your ship to the cute little gateway to the port, walk ten minutes to the Civitavecchia train station, and then catch the train into Rome​ (1-hour ride, 2/hour,... See More


AFlåm: car rental

eMobility Flåm  http://www.emobflam.no/en/ See More


ALos Angeles: terminal transfer in LAX

From T7 to Bradley International take the free shuttle bus available curbside on the arrivals level. Yes you will go through security at the TBIT. See More


AItaly: Trains and rental cars

Better to take the bus rather than the train to Siena​. The train station is away from the center of the hill town, while the bus is quicker and drops you off near where you wasn't to go.   There are two bus options from Province of Florence​ to... See More


AFlorence: Transportation from train station

I recommend Uber.     Feel free to pull out your smartphone and call a Uber ride in Rome, Florence, Venice or pretty much any other Italian destination. It's like Uber Black in the States.       It may cost a little more, but most taxis will find a way to... See More


AKarlsruhe: beside a train is there a bus?

Yes, there is a bus. You'll transfer in Paris See More


ACroatia: European sim card or local sim card in each country?

Croatia​ is part of the EU, where from June 2017 new international roaming rules are enforced. In most European countries you can now 'roam like at home' at domestic rates rather than excessive roaming rates. Croatian providers implement the... See More


ABucharest: Schengen visa urgent question can I go to a different entry?

Most likely not.   Your first port of entry does NOT need to be the country which issued you a Schengen visa. When deciding which country to apply for a visa, this is determined by which country you're spending the most time according to your... See More


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