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    Need suggestion for great dinner spot in North End ... any suggestions?

    I recall enjoying my meal at the Daily Catch. Tiny place with very few tables and you could see them preparing the small (but fresh) menu. Don't know if it is still the same, but I have find memories of it! about 8 years ago

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    How late can I leave it to sort out flight tickets/visas?

    Depending on your passport and the country issuing the visa, you can get the visa well in advance and have a certain window by which you need to enter the country. I think for China a fe years ago, I got the visa and had 60 or 90 days to enter he country. Loads of wiggle room in many cases, so worth checking out each country's visitor visa section of their websites. about 8 years ago

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    Cute clean hotel but reasonable in Madrid, Spain?

    I just booked the Hostal Pizarro and the Santo Domingo for my upcoming stays. Haven't been yet, but they fit the bill for good price, good location, safe and above all, quiet! about 8 years ago

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    Cheaper/interesting accommodation in San Francisco in July/August?

    I lived across the street from the Chateau Tivoli in the Alamo Sq area. Great old building, neighborhood sits between the Fillmore ( Pacific Heights) & lower Haight (my brother stayed there and liked it). Good room rate options and access to downtown is decent (#5 and Geary 38 zoom you down town quickly) Hotel San Remo is in North Beach. Also heard good things about the Hotel Mirabelle in the Mission for budget, good quality and good location. Yes, Medjool is also a place to look into too, though be sure to get a room that is away from the rooftop bar if on an upper floor. Airbandb.com and istopover.com would have other options. I'm a big fan of bidding on Priceline. about 8 years ago

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    For trains around Europe, do I pre-purchase tickets or get them there?

    I don't have a direct answer other than to share this site that I am suing for my own rail travel in Spain. Generally, I have found that booking ahead saves money and you can get internet-only fares, but it also cramps flexibility...Just depends on what is important to you, cost or flexibility http://www.railsaver.com/ about 8 years ago

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    Where is the best place to fly into to drive to Yellowstone and get the most sightseeing?

    Access to many areas the park without necessarily doubling back. about 8 years ago

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    Where is the best place to fly into to drive to Yellowstone and get the most sightseeing?

    Salt Lake may be best for flights and car rental options combined with cost ( though don't know where you'd be coming in from). Do look at Bozeman or Billings though as possibilities. The nice thing about Billings is you can then dip down via Cody and approach Yellowstone from the East. Then out to the North to Bozeman making fora nice loop with plenty of access to the park. about 8 years ago

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    Best hotels in early October in northern New Hampshire.

    Early October sounds like you are going to do some leaf peeping. Bretton Woods is the classic grand dame, but tones of B&Bs to look at too. State of NH has a foliage website: foliage.visitnh.gov and they also list some places to stay for that season http://m.visitnh.gov/where-to-stay/ as does the Foliage Network: http://www.foliagenetwork.com/index.php/places-to-stay/northeast-us/79-places-to-stay-in-new-hampshire.html about 8 years ago