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Top new questions this week:

Does Venice smell?

I keep getting told that Venice smells pretty bad as a reason not to go (a lot of people say it's pretty crowded too but that's another matter). Apparently it's the canals in summer. Is this true? …

italy venice  
asked by Liam 35 votes
answered by Greg Hewgill 37 votes

Which European cities are connected by convenient night boat?

Each year I go on a city trip with some friends, within Europe. We go around five days, and in recent years we've started visiting several cities in that time. We have a new idea: to cut down on the …

europe ferries night-transport  
asked by RemcoGerlich 24 votes
answered by davidb 14 votes

What happens when you book a flight to a country you don't have a visa for?

I'm a travel newbie but I do want to travel to a lot of places. It seems that I could book flights to where ever I want to go, but some countries have visa requirements. What happens if you do get a …

visas  
asked by Mark Gabriel 22 votes
answered by Greg Hewgill 37 votes

How to know a flight is not full?

Is it possible to know how many seats of a particular flight have been booked? If not, is it possible to know in which months of a year the flights usually are not booked fully?

air-travel  
asked by yashar 19 votes
answered by jpatokal 17 votes

Which airlines ban the use of Knee Defenders during flight?

I read that some airlines such as United Airlines ban the use of Knee Defenders during flight. Is there any comprehensive list of airlines that ban the use of Knee Defenders during flight (or …

air-travel airlines gear seating  
asked by Franck Dernoncourt 18 votes
answered by Mark Mayo 16 votes

Where can I eat sushi with chocolate in it?

In 2012, then Tokyo Governor Shintaro Ishihara said (in Japanese) Westerners practicing judo resembles beasts fighting. Internationalized judo has lost its appeal. In Brazil they put …

japan food-and-drink brazil local-cuisine  
asked by Andrew Grimm 17 votes
answered by Roberto 11 votes

Why do some hotels etc and other accommodation have rules against washing clothes in your room or in the sink?

In some hotels and other kinds of accommodation including hostels and I believe even campgrounds there is a rule against hand washing your laundry in the sink or handbasin, or in your room. I'm sure …

accommodation regulations hotels hygiene clothing  
asked by hippietrail 15 votes
answered by Mark Mayo 13 votes

Greatest hits from previous weeks:

Can I take two laptops to India from United States? One bought in India and one in US

I will be landing at New Delhi airport. The worth of new laptop (Lenovo Yoga Idea Pad 13) is about $1000 and old one (Macbook Pro) is > 1 lakh INR. I want to leave the new laptop in India. I have a …

india customs-and-immigration airport-security hand-luggage  
asked by Nitin Garg 9 votes
answered by Ankur Banerjee 6 votes

What harm can be done with a copy of one's passport?

In one of the questions on this site, it was suggested the use of Dropbox to save a backup copy of your passport, in case you need to proof who you are if your original document is lost. I like the …

legal passports fraud  
asked by andra 23 votes
answered by Rory Alsop 16 votes

Can you answer these?

Starting from Puerto Princesa, Philippines where is the nearest volcano that can be climbed in 2 or 3 days?

Starting from Puerto Princesa in the Philippines where is the nearest volcano that can be climbed in 2 or 3 days? Nearest means quickest to travel to, including via a commercial flight. (Excluding …

itineraries philippines trekking  
asked by WW. 4 votes

Is it possible to get a tentative flight itinerary to apply for Taiwan visa without paying?

I live in the United States (Ohio), have green card, and would like to visit Taiwan. To do so I need to get an entry visa, however, to get an entry visa they want me to book a flight and get a …

visas taiwan  
asked by MHD AYMAN CHAMMAA 1 vote

Work permit (Tier 2) - Impact on schengen application (nonEU)

I have a Work Permit (Tier 2) for the UK for 2 years, and would like to travel to various countries in Europe whenever possible during this time. I have no EU Family Members. Would I be able to …

schengen uk long-term residency working-visa  
asked by Mariska Geldenhuis 1 vote
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