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  • The CZ is absolutely fantastic. I just spent 2yrs living there. Prague is chic, modern, upscale in price and definitely "with it". I compare it to Paris for charm & romance. Historically, it is a gem. The people are great, too. "Eastern" …
  • There are only 2 ways, bus or train. Neither are fast. If you can hitch a ride with someone, that could be faster. The traffic is your biggest problem.
  • Sorry, I have not done business with them.
  • It is worth hiring a driver! You can negociate prices. You also get on-going touring information which makes the journey authentic. I would do it. The bus transportation eats up your travel clock, and no stories or information along the way. N…
  • You didn't mention where you would be in Mexico. Cities have ATM's for taking money out when you need it. I advise using ATM's and taking money out for 3-4 days use. This way, you do not have a lot of cash on hand at any one time. If you are in …
  • Lake Iseo is a super location. My hubby and I stayed there after flying into Bergamo. Breathtakingly beautiful is more like it. I highly suggest the Relais Mirabella. It sits up on the hill with "to die for room views" overlooking the lake. The…
  • You did not mention if you were from the USA or not. If you are a USA citizen, you can stay 90 days total out of your country. This is not 90 days in Germany, then 90 days in France. You must also find out which countries need visas. These are 2…
  • I am not that familiar with this organization. However this web site gives you plenty of links to find your answer. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Petrocaribe I hope it helps. 8-)
  • Amsterdam is one of the easiest airports to arrive and leave from. Upon exiting the customs control, look for the train logo signs and follow them to the train station. It is connected to the airport! Buy a ticket to the Rotterdam harbor train st…
  • No idea! However, you need to contacf the Bosnia Consulate/Embassy to be sure before you go! If you need recommendations on great places to stay while in Dubrovnik or Split, for reasonable costs, let me know. I have wonderful contacts and great p…
  • You must call the Austrian Consulate/Embassy closest to you. They are the only ones who can give you this information. Rules change constantly. You need to present your papers and personal information to apply for a Visa. Call to be sure you can…
  • I believe it is best to change a few dollars at the airport. Enough to get you to your hotel, tips, etc.... Then, I use my credit card at the ATM and exchange money. It is safer to NOT have lots of cash on you. I take out 2 days worth. This way …
  • I love to ski, too, however, with only 1 day, you'd spend the entire day traveling. Best to wait for a 4 day weekend. 2hrs from NYC is Hunter Mt, in the Catskills, but it is only 1600ft vertical. Killington & Stowe Vermont are the other mts, …
  • Yes, it IS a holiday. Here are the rest of the holidays for Brussels: look at www.brussels.org/belgium •New Year’s Day – 1 January •Easter Sunday •Easter Monday •Labour Day – 1 May •Ascension Day •Whit Sunday •Whit Monday •Belgian N…
  • www.theamericanainn.com The American Inn, 69 W 38th St, At Sixth Ave, Times Square & Midtown West, Subway: B, D, F, or V to 34th St Clean and professionally run. However, you share baths with 2-3 rooms. You also have a common kitchenette on …
  • I think the credit card is the best. You do pay a fee, but it is not enough to not use this method of getting money in the USA. Travelor's Checks are the thing of the past, and would be a headache in my opinion. You can also put money on a debit …
  • Both cities are great! However, if you only have a weekend, I would select Boston. Boston is compact and easy to get around. It has good public transportation, and taxi service. The different areas are small enough to walk it, too. You will lov…
  • I am from KS. Tornados come and go, you can't predict when. have media hype to make people crazy. Yes, bad ones do occur, but they are rare. The are something we live with. All homes, major buildings have either basements or tornado security ar…
  • Maine is always beautiful, weather varies! March could be excellent or rainy. Depending on where you are "swinging through Maine" use the web to pull up those town's events and activities for March. Call the Visitor's centers for personalized inf…
  • HELLO, Legally, you can be in Europe fort 90 days without a visa. After that you MUST HAVE A VISA. You can not accept $$ in the form of payment for work without a working visa. Have your Uncle sponsor you so you can get a visa. If he pays you u…
  • You didn't mention if it was in the USA or Europe. In the USA I think Steamboat, Crested Butt and Beaver Creek do the best with families. Steamboat-stay on the mountain next to the gondola lift. There are plenty of buses into town. Crested Butt,…
  • NO, you must have 6mo on your passport BEYOND expiration date to return to the USA. Your travel agent is not doing you a favor to give you this kind of information. Report him/her to the manager!!!
  • Barcelona is such a wonderful city, I would vote to stay there and get to know it, not just "touch base".... You can also go to the coastal beaches in the area and enjoy the smaller villages. Remember, to enjoy the Spanish life, you need to visit …
  • oops, sorry, I forgot to add the website for Spain Visa Information. http://www.visahq.com/about_us.php
  • Augustdust, Unfortunately you did not give your country of origin/passport. Therefore, it is impossible to tell you what to try. Each situation is different based on your passport. Therefore, I suggest this web site which has great information an…
  • You didn't say which area you are thinking about...as you see from the other comments, the midwest is a huge area. If you are driving along I-70, you pass through both St. Louis and Kansas City. Lewis and Clark Expedition is represented in both ar…
  • Requirements to enter countries vary so much and so do the rules, that I suggest you go to this web site. It has explanations and also contact information. I would pick up the phone and call and document whom you spoke with ,too. http://www.thesc…
  • You need a valid passport: At least 6months past your last travel day left on your passport before expiration. You should contact the Spanish Embassy or Consulate to find out the new regulations. You can not depend on the internet....I have found.…
  • What a neat opportunity and experience!!! This is a complicated issue. I would contact the Spanish Consulate or Embassy personally and get exact details IN WRITING. Spain has been having problems with too many illegal entries, and they may not be…
  • I also found this great web site with suggestions for activities with children in Alicante http://www.nineblue.com/dearzoe_landing.aspx?id=209 Crissy