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How do I make sure I don't get pickpocketed?

Going to Europe soon, and want to make sure I'm not walking around with a giant tourist target on my forehead. I'm a woman so I carry a purse with me, typically a cross body style which I keep in the front. I'm also planning to carry a second bag inside of my purse with important documents, money, etc. Which I will somehow attach to the external cross body purse. I'd hate to carry a fanny pack or something like that, I feel like it's a giant "look at me I'm American" thing.

What do you guys think?

Editing to add, we are going to be between countries so at times won't have the ability to leave valuables in a safe place (hotel, etc)

Submitted September 23, 2017 at 08:48PM by raplafch

Went to Oeschinen Lake in Kandersteg Switzerland today. Not a bad view.

Submitted September 23, 2017 at 08:58PM by nomadofwaves

A Visa-Free Visit to Minsk

Submitted September 23, 2017 at 09:16PM by lipglossandabackpack

How best to look at flight schedules of airlines?

I have been trying to figure out which days of the week that an airline flys from a certain airport. So I went looking to see if the airline (TAP Portugal) had one of the old style flight schedules to download. All I can find is the tool to purchase a ticket.

Is there a website or a way to download flight schedules?

Submitted September 23, 2017 at 09:20PM by ruglescdn

Road Trip from Toronto 6N/5D - Saguenay or Gaspé?

I'm doing a road trip with a friend who wants to go to Quebec City next month, but I also want to go somewhere else in the province. I'm torn between the Saguenay area as it's only a couple of hours away, and Gaspé, which is beautiful, but almost as far from Quebec City as Quebec City is from Toronto.

The itinerary so far is to take him to Montmorency Falls, then show him downtown Quebec City, the legislature building, the Plains of Abraham and the old city. After that, we would either go to Saguenay to see the ford, or go to Gaspé, Forillon Park, and Percé.

I'm a nature lover, but my friend is in a wheelchair, so any trails we hike have to be accessible. I have been to Quebec City before but none of the other places I mentioned. I am also functionally bilingual. Based on the time I have, which option do you recommend?

Submitted September 23, 2017 at 09:26PM by hobo-on-wheels

Toronto holiday!

Hi everyone, myself & my boyfriend will be coming to Toronto in November & have a few questions.

Transport passes; we see the TCC weekly pass but it says it's only usable Monday - Sunday? Can anyone explain that part? 'Cause we're there from a Friday morning till Saturday Night.

Niagra falls; What's the best way to get there from downtown & what activities would you recommend?

CN Tower; We want to have a lunch there, is it required to make a reservation? The tower & aquarium deal; do the two activities have to be done on the same day or can we do them on different days?

Thank you everyone! 💗

Submitted September 23, 2017 at 09:34PM by ChellePatricia

[Advice Request] 8 days in Paris and Nice October 16-23

Unfortunately due to the recent hurricanes in the Caribbean we have to drastically change our honeymoon at the last minute. I was able to reschedule our flights to go to Paris instead of Puerto Rico. We have 3 days in Paris then 4 days in Nice.
I am looking for advise on food in both cities.
We are skipping most of the Museums due to the tight schedule and don't want to spend all day in lines. We will be going out to the Palace of Versailles. We are staying near the Louvre while in Paris. What are some of the local hot spots as we would like to avoid the tourist packed areas.
We will be staying on the Promenade des Anglais while in Nice. I am looking for a nice beach to relax on and some historical walks. Any advise on locations to check out is very appreciated as we do not have alot of time to plan the trip.

Submitted September 23, 2017 at 09:39PM by Mplskcid

Norway travel, am I missing something?

Currently pricing a Euro 12-ish day vacation for 2018, and it's always been my dream to see Norway. I have read a lot about how expensive Norway is and how even the best budget traveler has a difficult time with this country.

I decided to just check into pricing and see what I could find, and was surprised to find that it doesn't seem as expensive as I had anticipated. If you stay outside of big cities, it seems you can find lodging for 100USD or cheaper on VRBO. Flights are not terrible via budget airlines like Norwegian or WOW.

My wife and I actually prefer to make grocery store trips and cook at home, due to food allergies and just general feeling like crap if we eat out too much.

Am I missing something? I am looking at spending roughly 5k USD on our 2018 trip and based on my research Norway seems doable.

Edit: also wanted to note that scenery and hiking/ cycling is kind of our thing, we don't really do the night life thing or go on extravagant outings.

Submitted September 23, 2017 at 09:43PM by dualrollers

Driving on northern Europe's highest mountain pass, Sognefjellsvegen, Norway

Submitted September 23, 2017 at 09:46PM by itsConnor_

Heathrow Check In - American Airlines

Good evening all, I have a quick question for anyone in the UK that has flown from Heathrow to USA via American Airlines.

My girlfriends cabin suitcase, when all dimensions are added together, equals 115.5cm. American Airlines state it can't be any bigger than 115cm. However, when I queried with them whether my girlfriends cabin case would have to be checked, they advised that if it doesn't fit in the sizer when we arrive at the airport, it will need to be checked.

So, I am asking, has anyone ever had a similar scenario with AA? As I do not want to get stung by extra charges for a second checked bag.

Thanks in advance!

Submitted September 23, 2017 at 09:46PM by ReaperWrestling

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