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Just book a bus ticket and go. I usually use Greyhound, which only works if your journey starts in the US (they will contract the Mexican portion of your ticket with a Mexican company). The return journey either has to be booked with Greyhound at the same time as a round-trip ticket, or you have to buy your ticket from a Mexican company. You may get ...
I checked the Belgian railway site for you and they mention that folding bikes are free of charge. The Flanders railway company 'de Lijn' has a mention of bikes on their Dutch language site, in short you can take a folded bike for free if you do not bother other passengers but no full size bikes at all. Als u de andere reizigers niet hindert, mag u wel ...
The map online is incorrect; the station stop is actually located at 794 Howard Street, near Jillian's and the Target Guest Pickup sign. There is an "Amtrak Bus Stop" sign on a light pole about 1foot wide by 2ft tall.
The info below is from 2015. Senggigi to Mataram's Mandalika bus terminal In Indonesian: Terminal Bis Mandalika. Take a Bemo: This takes around 30 minutes Price is around 15'000 IDR Departure times: whenever the bemo is full (or almost) Mataram's Mandalika bus terminal to Labuhan Lombok I wrote a dedicated question for this: Mataram to Labuhan ...
Get a bemo from Senggigi to Mataram's Mandalika bus terminal (Terminal Bis Mandalika), from where there should be semi-regular onward bemos to Labuhan Lombok (about 2 hrs). Prices are fixed and should be listed on the notice board at Mandalika, it was Rp. 11,000 a few years back.
If you want to travel within one country in Europe you can often use the train planner to get a combination of train and bus, like the Bahn site for Germany and Belgianrail for Belgium. In the UK you can use traveline for train, coach and buses, I am not sure about flights but it might work. Non of those keeps being that helpful when crossing national ...
rome2rio is a multimodal transport search engine that mixed flight, bus and ship. Compared to fromatob it search much faster and cover bigger area. It also show the route of each option in the map. (the upper one is exeter, uk-Hong kong searched by fromatob and the lower is same route searched by rome2rio)
Since the closing of Railtime (the API used for NMBS/SNCB by among other Google Maps), now all public transport in Belgium searched with Google Maps will only feature buses and trams.
After some time with Google, I believe the answer is no. There is no problem going inland via Sacramento, either by bus or train. I don't know Greyhound's stop-off policy. I believe with advance notice, Amtrak allows one. There are a great number of fine tourist attractions on that route, but it isn't what the OP asked for. Greyhound runs a service up 101 ...
For the first part of your journey, I'd suggest using the train. The Amtrak Cascades service runs between Vancouver and Eugene in Oregon: You can find their timetable on their website, but a few of the services are actually buses. I'd suggest trying for the train rather than the bus, as the views can be better! You can save some money by booking in ...
There are definitely more buses than that (not a lot more, but still), at least in the summer when there are a lot of tourists around, but information is difficult to find on the Internet. There are many different companies and they don't all have up-to-date schedules on their website. The site Corsica Bus seeks to gather information about public transport ...
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