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Shared mini-vans, song theaws, etc are not allowed to pick up from the airport. Passenger pick up is restricted to taxis, airport limousines and tour buses. So anything the ferry company can arrange will be by taxi or private transfer. The same rules would apply to any other tour company offering tickets on the ferry. Song theaws and shared mini-vans are ...


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ETS and All County Express have direct JFK-EWR shuttles for ~30 USD and your hotel is almost guaranteed to have a free shuttle from EWR. This is not the absolute cheapest but certainly the most convenient. It might take a long time, these are shared services. I doubt there's a shared shuttle from JFK to anything in Clark but you can try entering your hotel ...


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you will applying from France for educational interview as your main destination would be France which would be type D.After that you are planning to visit Czech republic or Italy or any other member state for sightseeing which is visa type C In your case you need to write all schengen countries you will be visiting in visa form. Also you will need to ...


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They wanted €40, but I managed to get it for €35.


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Taxis from the airport to the city center cost 10-20 euros. Therefore a trip to Mitrovica (which is 2.5 times as far) should be around 40-50 euros, depending on your negotiation skills.


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If you really want to avoid the worst of the Connecticut and NYC traffic, or if you want to break up your trip in the middle, you could always use the Cross-Sound Ferry from New London, CT to Orient Point, NY (on Long Island.) The voyage takes about an hour and a half, and costs $55 (one-way) for a car & driver, $15 for each additional adult, and $6 for ...


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The answer depends very much on your degree of risk aversion, and on how much of your "like to be early" buffer you are willing to lose to traffic or other delays en route. As Michael Hampton noted in a comment, the drive is almost entirely motorway, so depending on your driving habits and the traffic, you might be able to average 75 miles an hour (120 ...


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There is bus 97 running from the Airport to close to the University of Ottawa: The bus runs all day and night according to OC Transpo's own planner (contradicting what Rome2Rio seems to suggest above).


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There is a bus-train-train combination which will get you from Alicante Airport to Valencia Airport. The issue with this is that it does not run that early in the morning, meaning that you'd have to leave the day before. You should be fine on your way back.


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You can fly to the UK on your original ticket, but your remaining flights will be cancelled when you don't show up for the London-Jeddah leg. Your best bet would likely be to get in touch with the airline/travel agent and see if they can convert your ticket into an open jaw: Halifax-India, "surface leg" from India to Jeddah, then back from Jeddah to ...


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Airlines hate when you do that. If you do not take both legs of your outward journey, they will cancel the return ticket, re-sell your seat, and not refund your money. You are probably better off re-writing the ticket with your agent or just to Jeddah as planned then heading straight on to India, which will be about $400.


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adding to the excellent list by @Willeke also directions of google maps can be worth a try. It does also calculate itineraries for specific times of travel. Their selection of means of transport isn't as good though (they are missing some metro lines in some city for example) and in your example it fails: Sorry, we could not calculate transit directions ...


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Besides Rome2Rio, which works internationally, I know several 'one country only' versions who do or might not do ferries. OV9292 (link in English) is the Dutch one, designed and started before internet searches became easy and named after its phone number, (which still works but has become expensive.) It claims to do all 'within the Netherlands' travel by ...


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No. USA immigration and customs is always at your first stop in the USA, except if you are departing from an airport with pre-clearance. Brussels is not one of those. The JFK terminals are connected by a train.


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Travelodge runs shuttle buses. Fares are £3.00 per adult, one way and £1.50 per child (5-15 years old), one way.You will have to call up the hotel to let them know that you are waiting at the pick up point. It is a long way from the airport, not a walking distance by any standards especially when you have luggage. Getting a taxi would be cheaper if you are ...


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Looking at google maps, it appears to be possible to go from the airport to the train station, and take a footpath North West towards Riverside Garden Park. Switching to google streetview, there is a footpath along the North East side of London Road which can be followed to the North West towards the Travelodge at the junction of London Road and Povey Cross ...


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The travel lodge looks a little far away to me, however having recently dropped off my car for parking directly outside the Premier Inn I can confirm that both the Premier Inn and the Sofitel are onsite and easily accessible from the terminal by foot (I was using the North Terminal but it's also pretty easy to get between terminals on the inter-terminal ...


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There are coaches from Benidorm to Valencia airport, run by Alsa, but not very many. You would have to leave Benidorm at 15.45 the day before, arriving at the airport at 17.45. On the way back, there is one that leaves just too early for you, at 09.45, arriving 12.00, and then one at 13.30, arriving 16.00. As far as I can see, you can buy an open return ...


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I did this trip from the center of Edinburgh about a year ago. If someone with more local knowledge comes along with improvements, that would be appreciated. You'll need to get from the airport to the train station, either Edinburgh Waverly (the main train station) or Edinburgh Haymarket (slightly closer to the airport). You can do this with the Airlink ...


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You can't. There's no rail connection to Edinburgh airport and Saint Andrews hasn't had a railway station since 1969. (Not to be confused with Saint Andrews Road, which is more than 400 miles away, near Bristol.)


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When you miss a flight, the airline will generally put you on the next one. That's standard operating procedure here in the US. From personal experience and from what I've heard from other people, nobody is ever asked to buy a new ticket.


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Based on your specific request for rail, your trip will be a challenge if this is your first time traveling to the city, but it is possible. I have separated the answer from region. Option 1. Take the NJTransit, Amtrak to the F Train You start by looking for the AirTrain when you leave your plane. You can ask the airport employees if you are unable to ...


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There's an all day (and night) bus (97) service with, as far as I can see a stop at uOttawa (Nicholas st. and Laurier st.) There are also taxi service at the airport. and there's also Uber.


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Far and away: rent a car. The rental market in the DC area is very competitive. Last time I was there, in March, I paid $12 a day for a Hyundai. Gas in Virginia is as low as $1.30 a gallon. Don't let them sell you add-ons, that's where they getcha!


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You might want to check out Rome2Rio, which is often useful for this type of query. The cheapest itinerary they show is: DC Metro (buses & trains) from Dulles to Union Station MegaBus from Union Station to Hampton, changing buses in Richmond, and Hampton Roads Transit from Hampton to Virginia Beach, transferring in Norfolk. The MegaBus will cost ...


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You'll need to decide your price / time balance. You can save money by taking the bus but it's slower than by train. As mentioned you can take the train directly from CDG Terminal 2. Some require a change, or even change between two different stations, in Lille. Details here Voyages-SNCF. Generally from around €30. Eurolines does have one direct bus most ...


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They can put the watch wherever they want. Watches are not safety relevant items (like laptop batteries) which can not be put into checked luggage. Your parents may have to declare the watch at customs and may have to pay duty or taxes on it. But that's completely independent of what luggage they are stowed in. If it needs to be declared, custom will most ...


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If this watch is of any value then I would strongly recommend to put in in the carry-on luggage, to make sure it is not (1) stolen or (2) broken when the checked-in luggage is handled on the airport.


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You can use ola/uber to go around but if you are not able to find any then just hop into any taxi. If you end up going in a local taxi then only pay the amount which comes up in the cab meter, do not pay even a single extra penny. During peak hours the traffic on Mumbai roads is crazy. I would suggest you to keep an hour and a half as buffer to have a ...



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