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December 12, 2012
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'I'll be coming home for Christmas'

Never open your room door unless you have identified the person who has knocked on your door. If in doubt, contact reception for verification.

It is advisable to hand in the keys to your room at reception when going out.

Do not entertain the advances or undesirable, strange or suspicious persons. Report such people to management.

Use the main entrance of the hotel when you arrive late at night.

On the Street

Follow the applicable general tips.

If possible, plan your route beforehand.

Where possible, explore the streets in groups and stick to well-lit, busy streets.

Be aware of your surroundings and stay alert.

Walk on or close to the curb and face on-coming traffic.

Avoid alley and dense shrubs and bushes.

Use credit cards instead of cash where possible.

Avoid ostentatious displays of wealth.

If you need information, ask a traffic officer, police officer, security officer or shopkeeper.

Avoid jogging or cycling alone, and at night. Plan your route beforehand. Vary your routine and route.

If you need to make use of a taxi, ask your hotel or the local tourism information office to recommend a reliable service to you.

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