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Regular tickets to Brussels bought in the Benelux (i.e. not the special Thalys, Eurostar, etc. international tickets) are typically marked as “Zone Bruxelles”. The English-language version only has a definition but the French-language website of the Belgian railways lists the following stations as part of the “Brussels zone”: Berchem-Ste-Agathe, ...


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At Folkestone there is a building with a Burger King and Starbucks at the waiting area between ticketing and passport control. When you pass under the "France in 35 minutes" sign, stay to the left to go to this area. If you've already gone to immigration, there is nothing to do but wait for your train and eat in France. At Calais you will find the same, ...


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Unless you understand "dinner" as "grab a bite", I would suggest to have dinner somewhere in the vincinity (maybe even after having gone through the tunnel). It will be better in any case, and prices will be better as well.



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