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    • Doubts Regarding Visa and Return Flight

      Belgium Nov 12, 2016 at 6:22 PM

      Hello everyone! I'm planning to go to Belgium as a volunteer for six months with a long-stay visa. After finishing my job I would like to travel in Eastern Europe for two months. My question is whether I'm allowed to get a Schengen Travel Visa after my work visa expires, or if I have to leave the zone immediately? I've read on other sites that it can be possible to leave the area for a few days and then enter again, so it would be possible to travel for 90 days. What is the truth?

      My other doubt is regarding my return flight. Since I'm planning to stay for eight months in Europe I think that a cheap return flight could be difficult to find such in advance. Is it possible to buy the ticket once I'm there or does people entering Belgium require to have a return flight?

      Thanks!

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    • What is interesting about Ukraine?

      Belgium Nov 30, 2016 at 5:49 AM

      We would like to travel with friends in Kiev. Who knows a good guide, please write in comments. Thank you!

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    • Castle Mesen can be saved

      by Packard8 Online Now Sep 28, 2005 at 5:15 PM

      Hi I am interested in finding out more about Castle Mesen and the possibilitiy and probability of saving all or part of the structure. I think part of the impediment to restoration is the idea that the building can be feasibly repaired structurally. I think this would be impossible and unnessesary. I am a commercial contractor who builds mainly office buildings, and we build this way: My proposal would be to save the edifices of the castle while building an interior steel and concrete platform, seperate from the structure and using the brick outer walls as veneer only. The whole insides would have to be gutted, but saving all or most of the ornate or distinctive trim and cataloging it's position could be helpful. I would see the building as a mixed-use, office condo's on the upper wings and a small mall at the center lower level and wings. It would be an attraction for the entire villiage. It would simply be built as we build all our multi-story office buildings, with poured concrete floors and steel framing and roof, the only difference would be the historic veneer would remain intact. Anyone who can shed more light on this, please email me at Peerlessfan@hotmail.com. I would love a floorplan.

      1 Answer Sep 28, 2005 at 10:45 PM