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National Express from Heathrow Airport are long-distance coach services. They do run services to London's Victoria Coach station from Heathrow, but all National Express coaches are single-decker. The image you are seeing of a double-decker bus at the bottom of the National Express coach website is a link to their partner company, National Express Buses, ...


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I've been offered train connections (rather than bus) in two intra-German cases with Lufthansa where the flight was cancelled, but a good ICE (high speed train) connection between the two cities exist. Basically airline staff gave me the choice: be re-booked for next day, or take the train and arrive a few hours late. (The fact that Lufthansa often ...


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I have been offered a bus ride between Basel and Zurich (along with 50 or so other passengers) to catch a flight to my final destination after a cancellation by SWISS so there is no taboo against that. They organized it pretty quickly as well, so they were apparently ready for that, should the need arise. I guess each airline will make specific decisions ...


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According to this page, if you are using Greyhound and you are buying a ticket online, you will need photo identification. Therefore, I believe that your birth certificate will not be enough. Here is the relevant excerpt (emphasis is mine): Each passenger must present a ticket and a valid photo ID to board the bus.


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Wikitravel is your source for this. You can get to central London by: rail: The airport has its own railway station "Luton Airport Parkway", and is served by trains 24 hours a day from Central London using "First Capital Connect Trains" and connects with St Pancras International. There are up to 10 trains an hour, depending on the time of day. ...


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In India Government store the name and other detail only if coach is reserved and not for general people. If you paid for a reserve seat a call to Rail department will certainly help you. If it was general coach then you need to take help of Newspaper by publish the ads.


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Go to the same coach, on the same day of the week, at the same time. There's a very good chance he uses it to commute. You'll probably see him again.


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Contact the coach company: the man you lent the book to might have handed it in as lost property at the end of his journey. It's unlikely that they'll be willing to give you his details because that would be a violation of his privacy. Would they even know who he was? Do they have your details, for example? Would you have any way of telling them which of the ...


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Try putting a personal ad in local newspapers that are sold in the towns of origin and destination for your journey. Maybe you could include TinyURL links (or equivalent) to your Facebook and LinkedIn pages. It's a long shot, but it may be worth trying if the paper is important enough.


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Your ONLY path here is to ask the company you travelled with. They'll be the only one with his details, IF you booked under your names for the trip. Even then, they likely won't give you his name for privacy reasons. However, if you impress upon them the gravity of the situation, they might be prepared to contact him on your behalf and see if he's ...


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According to the latest policy i got (ottawa - toronto and back): It doesn't matter when you arrive anymore. It all depends on this number you have on the ticket. That number will determine your position in the lineup. So no point if you show up 1 hour head, if your ticket number says "50", then you have to lineup as the 50th person. The announcer will ...


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I did a quick search and whilst the display you are looking at does not specifically show a transfer, it does indicate a change of carrier, which is a good indication that you will have to disembark and board a new coach. When I checked the greyhound website via my mobile it shows the stop in Buffalo to be a transfer. (Different display to the one you found ...


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There is a station selector which gives street address and map locations for many of their stops.


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Burlington Trailways doesn't seem to have a scheduled stop at the Eastern Iowa Airport but when you actually look at locations of the Burlington Trailways in Cedar Rapids you will find that it's right at the airport. In addition to this you can probably consult the Airport's Ground Transportation page which also lists Cedar Rapids Bus Route 11 as servicing ...


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It is possible to get from Bucharest to Sarajevo on train - likely requiring a rather roundabout route via Budapest, Hungary and Zagreb, Croatia or even Salzburg, Austria an thus easily taking as much as 48h. A map of the railway lines in Europe may be found on the interrail website and their timetable/trip planner will provide connections and times. ...


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Hi the page you linked to gives you the clues you need, but is not very clear. For long distance coach bus travel it's usual to book in advance. The can-ar coach schedule that includes Moore Falls lists agents where you can purchase tickets. http://www.can-arcoach.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/04/HaliburtonLine.pdf You can also make purchase tickets / ...


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Besides the two websites already mentioned in the comments, I can also recommend "Fahrtenfuchs" (https://www.fahrtenfuchs.de/). Moreover, there is another website that compares different ways of travel: "Verkehrsmittelvergleich" (http://www.verkehrsmittelvergleich.de/). However, there is one major issue: Most of the websites that aggregate bus connections ...



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