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European travel can be fun and exciting if you do some advance planning. Once you know where in Europe you want to go, how much time you have and how much you can spend, you're ready to begin selecting your travel accommodations.
Consider buying European travel packages for ease of purchase and to save money. These range from basic European air travel, car, rail and hotel packages for independent travelers to group tours and cruises. Travel packages can range from fully escorted group tours to simple fly/drive and hotel packages designed for independent travelers.
European air travel routes are the world's busiest intercontinental routes by far. The lowest economy fares often carry restrictions and may not be refundable. European airlines carry more than half of all Americans flying to Europe each year.
European rail travel should be your travel of choice while you travel Europe. People in Europe count on trains far more than do most Americans. Consequently, trains run on time and frequently.
There are other items of concern prior to your European travel. Like any other international travel, passports are required. A passport can be purchased from a U.S. Passport Agency office. Don't worry about language. English is widely spoken far beyond Britain and Ireland. On much of the Continent it is the most widely spoken second language; most people working in tourism will speak English.
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America Under Attack
Christians Persecuting Christians - Christian Casualties Found in War on Drugs
While the date may elude that the title is an April Fool's Day joke, it is no joke. The silence from various ministries, former pastors, media outlets and even internet message boards, concerning the repeal of the current prohibitive marijuana laws has left little room for doubt. They choose to ignore the fact that Christians are at risk of arrest, incarceration and forfeiture of property, including their family, friends neighbors and even fellow church members.
Editorial: Family Research Council's 'Victory' in Supreme Court Ruling on Medical Marijuana
"If it walks like a duck and talks like a duck, it probably is a duck. If it does not walk like a duck or talk like a duck, it probably isn't a duck."
What exactly is FRC?
The War Prayer
Mark Twain apparently dictated "The War Prayer" around 1904-05; it was found after his death among his unpublished manuscripts. The actual prayer is also sometimes seen in poem form.)
Marijuana Activists Killed By Police Standoff Over Pot Plants
NORML Executive Director R. Keith Stroup called the fatal outcome a needless tragedy. "Law enforcement should never cause greater harm than the alleged criminal activity they are entrusted to investigate," he said. "Crosslin and Rohm were charged with non-violent, marijuana-related offenses and paid for it with their lives. If authorities can use tranquilizer guns to still wild animals and rubber bullets against large crowds of WTO protesters, it's inexcusable that they used deadly force against these two men."
A Smuggler's Tale From Jails
For those who don't know Gary Waid, he was arrested for the first and only time in his life in his 40s and charged with smuggling marijuana. It seems to be a moot point that they could produce no drugs in evidence: The word of a snitch was enough to arrest Gary, and the threats of law enforcement were enough to scare him into foregoing his trial. He was sentenced to nine years in federal prison.
God and Ganja
There is no need to search the Bible for mention of cannabis or its use to attack the prohibition of marijuana from a biblical perspective (Re: Letters, "Rev. Pothead," March 15-21).