• The Air Canada website isn't accurate (and isn't even the same depending on which info page you access). The website currently shows YVR to SYD as flying until 6 April then suspended until 30 April (BNE already suspended to 30 April) but SYD was suspended a few days ago until 31 May (my fmy fligh...

  • Isn't that what was tried on cruise ships - stay in your room and we'll leave food outside your door? That worked really well, didn't it. Looks to me that these quarantine hotels are just going to be cruise ships on dry land. Can't help thinking that if I make it to Australa (Australian citizen, ...

  • This is somewhat OT, but could someone please help me with this question? I have a ticket (not Qantas) flying into Australia mid-May. I want to buy a connecting domestic Qantas ticket SYD-ADL, but am unclear about the cancellation policy regarding *new* bookings. Do new bookings also have to be c...

  • Small point, but - the article says that staff will be happy to look after your wheeled cabin bag for you, but if it's like the Toronto Signature lounge there are areas where you are not allowed to take wheeled bags (mostly the fine-dining area).

  • Great news! The Signature lounge in Toronto is outstanding; this new one even has views, which Toronto doesn't. The Vancouver lounge is almost certainly not available to US passengers as the US (i.e. "Transborder") is a separate area in this airport, and there is a separate Transborder Maple Leaf...

  • Still unable to access more than one discussion thread. After the first one loads OK, the message for all subsequent threads is that the thread doesn't exist or has been removed. Not using Explorer, though - using Firefox for Mac. Just tried to post this and got a message "Internal server error"....

  • Still unable to access more than one discussion thread. After the first one loads OK, the message for all subsequent threads is that the thread doesn't exist or has been removed. Not using Explorer, though - using Firefox for Mac.

  • Originally Posted by Ourmanin Originally Posted by nanohits Originally Posted by townaz One thing to keep in mind our passport is valid for 10 years. A lot of other countries only issue passports for 5 years. A lot of developed countries like US etc are all 10 years. As is the UK. And as a sli...

  • Originally Posted by Ross I have three passports Aus/UK/Can and do this all the time, enter exit on passport of country - never had a problem. Last edited by Ross at Aug 14, 2018, 08.34 PM.I have Aus/Germany/Can, resident in Can, and have no trouble traveling to Europe. However, a few years ag...

  • 15 days around Germany

    Jan 21, 2018, 09:50 AM

    Rather than deal with 200 km/h Autobahns, I'd look into a First Class Eurailpass. There's a big range of them - short/long duration, one country or 2+ adjoining countries (as Germany, Austria and Czechia are) and they give maximum flexibility - hop on any train, any time, and you both get to see ...