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Air Travel restrictions

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If you have questions, you should contact the airport to verify any restrictions in place. 

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June 30, 2012 at 18:53

Terrorist personalities

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Terrorists have egos and therefore can make mistakes we can catch and report. 

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June 30, 2012 at 18:47

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Air Travel arrival times

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Standard arrival times at most airports is 2 hours prior. Check with your airports.

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June 30, 2012 at 07:28

Terrorists Operations

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Terrorists are people also, who make mistakes. That is one way we catch them. 

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June 30, 2012 at 07:23

New Greek government conflicts

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Think about this humor.

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This satiric animation video by Mark Fiore in the USA is called Assaulting Austerity.

By Christoph Dreier:

Conflicts emerge in formation of new Greek government

27 June 2012

The resignation of Finance Minister-designate Vasilis Rapanos and the appointment of Yannis Stournaras have brought to light conflicts in the formation of the new Greek government. One week after the elections, in which a clear majority once again voted against the austerity measures prescribed by the EU, coalition partners cannot agree on how to enforce further social attacks. At the same time, the EU is also increasing its pressure to implement the agreed cuts quickly.

The conservative New Democracy (ND) had the highest vote total at just 29.6 percent, but because of the undemocratic electoral system it was awarded 129 of the 300 parliamentary seats. Although a coalition with the social democratic PASOK would have been enough to form…

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June 29, 2012 at 22:33

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Phrases to Know, In Any Language, When Traveling (Part 1)

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Sojourning Abroad

Placing the part one tag at the beginning of this post is a little ambition.  I admit it, I am expecting a lot of you as a reader.  “Me as a reader,” you ask, “why, whatever could he mean?”

Well this blog series is going to first present a list phrases that you should know in the language of the place you are visiting.  We will then spend the next couple weeks presenting what those phrases are in each of the main languages in Europe.

I created this list below of phrases your averagesojournermay need, but it is not perfect.  It is a list based on my travel experiences and my knowledge of travel.  Here’s where you come in!  After looking at the list, we want your opinion.  Based on your travel, what would you add, remove, or just like to see on the list?…

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June 29, 2012 at 22:28

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Phrases to Know When Traveling (Part 2)

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Good terms to use when traveling. Always be polite, if possible. I lived in Europe for 20 years. Good stuff to know.

Sojourning Abroad

THE LIST:

The Basics

Numbers 1-10 in the language

Hello! (in various forms: good morning, evening, night, etc)

My name is… _____________

Goodbye.

Please/thank you.

Yes/No

Excuse me.

Conversational

Do you speak english?

I don’t speak … [insert language]… well.

Speak slower please.

How do you say {english word/phrase} in … [insert language].

Very interesting/wonderful/cool/etc. (and any idiomatic phrases)

May I take a photograph?

{How to toast in a given language}

Restaurant/Shopping

How much does this cost.

Can I pay with a credit card?

I’d like to pay, please.

I would like… {and then point to menu!  Makes ordering easy!}

Water (and how to make sure it is not carbonated!), Wine, Beer, Soda

Beef, Chicken, Fish, Pasta, Bread, and some other basic foods in each language.

This food is delicious!

Navigation

Where is the… {place you are looking for}.

Can you show me on the map how to get there?/Can…

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June 29, 2012 at 22:24

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