Nicholas Roberts

Nicholas Roberts

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    What is the public transport system like in Perth?

    Public transport is pretty good there. Depends where you want to go. Trains go from Freo to Perth regularly. Buses are pretty good and fairly regular about 10 years ago

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    Does anybody know how to dial from a vietnamese mobile to an Australian mobile?

    http://www.countrycodes.com/ guides you through calling internationally from any country. +6104 09 000 000 would be 00614 09 000 000 Every country has a different international prefix to be able to ring OUT of the country. Vietnam uses "00". Most also allow the use of a "+" instead of their prefix but some might not. about 10 years ago

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    What's a good hotel to stay in Budapest? Centrally located, 2-3* would be great.

    I think Andy was talking about this hotel: art'otel budapest, a Donald Sultan exhibition Bem Rakpart 16-19, 1011 Budapest, Hungary T: +36 (1) 487 9487 F: +36 (1) 487 9488 E: budapest@artotel.hu http://www.artotels.com/feature.do?feature=hotels about €85.00 for a single room about 10 years ago

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    What's a good hotel to stay in Budapest? Centrally located, 2-3* would be great.

    There has been a response on Twitter from andywhittle http://twitter.com/andywhittle/statuses/6010514221 andywhittle says: art'hotel, very nice, right on the river bank about 10 years ago

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    Best place in Oz to do a bicylce road trip?

    Well depending how much you like hills Tassie is not the best destination. What season are you going? Maybe in Queensland from Cairns - Byron Bay. It is 1800km according to google maps and I would imagine it would be a pretty nice ride and reasonably flat about 10 years ago

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    Beginner skier and medium snowboarder - where is a fun, comfy, reasonably (for snow) chalet or hotel?

    If you head south into South Tyrol/Südtirol (Italy) you can find cheaper accomodation and still close to big ski fields. You can find places near Bressanone/Brixen and Brunico for good prices. I know http://www.hotelgisser.it/ - it is very nice about 10 years ago

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    What are things I can not miss while in Tassie this summer?

    Well starting off from the North (Devonport - where the ferry will probably land your van) and heading south (via the east coast) you should see: - The Gorge (Launceston -pronounced Lon-ses-ton) - Bay of Fires (Binalong Bay) - Freycinet National Park (Bicheno) - Tasman Peninsular (Port Arthur) - Mount Wellington (Hobart) - Bruny Island Then heading back North via the West Coast - Lake St Clair (do not miss http://www.thewalltasmania.com/ ) - Strahan - Cradle Mountain - Stanley - Then back to Devonport if that is where your van departs -- This is just some guide for the best route to take. You have 6 weeks so take your time. Talk to locals in each place you decide to stay and find out the little things big overviews like this miss. I know a few but I wouldn't want to spoil the challenge :) about 10 years ago

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    What sights can you recommend to see in one weekend?

    Well apparently every museum has different "free" periods. Reina Sofia is free from 14:30 till 21:00 on Saturdays and 10:00 to closing on Sundays. Prado is free from 5pm to 8pm on Sundays (great since I fly at 8pm...) Thyssen cant tell if there are free periods about 10 years ago