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International Country Calling Codes and World Time Zones

International Country Calling Codes and World Time Zones
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Languages - Quick Fix - Essential phrases in 40 languages World Time Engine - Current Local Time Right Now Quand et où partir ? À chaque saison sa destination... Travel Light (One Bag) - Leisure / Business Travel Packing List sans titre Mise à jour : 08/06/2015 travel Animaux de compagnie (chiens, chats et furets) Les citoyens de l'UE peuvent voyager avec un chat, un chien ou un furet, à condition de se munir d'un passeport européen pour animaux de compagnie . Si vous avez un chien, un chat ou un furet de moins de trois mois (et qui n'est pas vacciné contre la rage), vérifiez les dispositions prévues par la législation nationale Le passeport européen n'est délivré que pour les chiens, les chats et les furets. Si vous voyagez en Finlande, en Irlande, à Malte ou au Royaume-Uni, l'animal devra être traité contre le ténia échinocoque, selon la procédure suivante: le traitement doit être administré par un vétérinaire au plus tôt 120 heures et au plus tard 24 heures avant d'entrer dans un de ces pays; le vétérinaire doit inscrire dans le passeport que le traitement a bien été effectué. Identification Autres animaux et plantes Vous pouvez transporter des animaux ou des plantes . . Histoire vécue Merci d'avoir participé à notre sondage.

OANDA - Forex Trading and Exchange Rates Services | OANDA VOYAGERpratique pour réussir vos voyages, Portail et magazine d'information sur le voyage Phrases in 5 common languages to know when traveling in Europe Traveling abroad this summer? These helpful phrases will open doors and help you gain immediate acceptance. You don't need to be fluent in the language of the country that you are traveling to, but learning some key phrases makes a great impression. From saying hello to asking how much something cost; knowing some important phrases will set you up for an amazing trip. Your pronunciation doesn't have to be perfect, all that matters is that your trying and that means a lot the locals. Here are some helpful phrases in 5 common languages to know when traveling in Europe French, Italian, Spanish, German and Dutch The Basics: Hello: bonjour (bohn-zhoor) Please: S'il vous plaît (see voo play) Thank you: merci (mehr-see) Goodbye: au revoir (oh reh-vwar) Where is the bathroom? Do you have a menu in English? How much is it? I’m lost, can you help me find ____? I would like: Je voudrais (zhuh voo-dray) Some Phrases Just for Fun: I drank too much, can you call a taxi? Can I climb the Eiffel tower? German

Canard WiFi, premier blog français sur les technologies sans fil (Wi-Fi, WiMAX, …) 7 Innocent Gestures That Can Get You Killed Overseas If you've ever had your penis cut off and/or been executed while on holiday, you'll probably know that it's easy to offend people from other cultures. Unless you learn the ways of the place you're visiting, even the most well-meaning tourist can regularly find his oesophagus stuffed with burning goat. But surely just plain common sense and good manners will save you, right? Wrong. Extend Your Hand, Palm Outward in Greece What you think you are saying: "Phew! What you are actually saying: "Phew! What the hell? SHIT, is what we're saying here. If you really want to piss a Greek person off, you can go for the double moutza, which features both hands splayed above your head. Give the Thumbs-Up In The Middle East What you think you are saying: "Ayyyyy! What you are actually saying: "Ayyyyy! What the hell? The thumbs-up sign has been confusing people for thousands of years. Finish Your Meal In Thailand / The Philippines / China What you think you are saying: "This is a delicious meal.

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