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Normally you being there in plenty of time should ensure you are the first-came, and excess passengers would be put on after the rest of you. However, this is Greyhound we're talking about, and to further complicate, this is Thanksgiving, the day of the year rules just don't apply ;) According to one source: As the ticket policy suggests, Greyhound ...


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Halifax – New York by train via Montreal 32 hours and 5 minutes, all the way by train. This is likely the most comfortable option, in particular if you book accommodation on the train. It's probably the more expensive alternative. Day 1 Via Rail operate the Ocean from Halifax to Montreal, departing 12:30 on Tuesday, Friday, Sunday, arriving at Montreal ...


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Amtrak Amtrak offers a series of USA Rail Passes: 8 segments within 15 days $429 12 segments within 30 days $649 18 segments within 45 days $829 To discourage commuters from buying a pass (as opposed to a multi-ride ticket), travel is restricted to four one-way trips between any two cities and the cities in between them on the same route. As with rail ...


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If you can, try an internet cafe - they usually have printers available. Alternatively, another student? If you have time, even walking into a nearby office and explaining yourself may get you a pity print ;) Alternatively, go to the Greyhound terminal early and ask (or better call their help line). But do ask first before buying another ticket - you lose ...


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Mark's answer is good. Here's my personal experience with Greyhound. Just to be clear, the time on the ticket is completely meaningless. You show up, find out which gate your route boards from, get in that line. When the bus comes they let however many people they have room for on, if there isn't room for you that means you wait for the next bus on ...


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There seems to be another way that would require you to hitch-hike for a part of the trip (but you cross the border by yourself). Halifax, NS - St John, NB - bus ride Going with Maritime bus, it takes a bit more than 7h, with one morning and one afternoon bus (leaving at 7am and 12pm). St John, NB - St Stephens, NB - hitch-hiking Here is the tricky ...


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You should be checking Greyhound's website for policies related to travel. For example depending how old your sister is she may be falling under the Children Travelling policy. Normally if she is a resident of Texas and over 15 years old she can have a driver's license, which is an ID if not according to policy she has to be accompanied by you and it would ...


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To answer your main question: They Cooperate. For the reasons one would need to look at the other major Intercity Bus Transit systems the Trailways. Greyhound in 1987 acquired the major participant in the Trailways cooperative and established themselves as near monopoly. I guess that in order to avoid being branded a monopoly and potentially be broken ...


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Most likely your Greyhound bus will only make a single stop in Vancouver itself, although it may make stops in nearby suburbs like Coquitlam. The stop in Vancouver will be on Station Street, directly in front of the station that the Amtrak services leave from. If you have some time between the two trips you could stroll down and enjoy the views over False ...


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According to the YHA Australia website you simply have to choose the Concession rate when booking the ticket online: All YHA members get 10% or more off on Greyhound passes and up to 10% off on point to point express tickets. When selecting passengers, choose "Concession" to receive your discount. Present membership card and photo ID at time of travel. ...


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Google's public transportation map option would give you other alternatives. You will still need to change the bus or 2 but it should get you there on time. As far as Route 125 is concerned it has 2 routes: Long and Short and unfortunately your arrival time doesn't allow you to take advantage of the Long route (which will take you to the bus terminal) as ...


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Today, Greyhound support finally replied to my inquiry. I'll add a part of the reply here, as it also answers this question and is directly from Greyhound: In reference to your question, International Customers may attempt your purchase by selecting a random State/Providence, if there is an error with reading the billing address. Also, you may type ...


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I broke down and traveled to to the bus station. They were able to process my refund at the ticket window. I needed to provide (1) photo id and the (2) reference number from the confirmation e-mail. The clerk printed the actual ticket, then I provided two signatures to complete the refund. (I didn't realize a Greyhound bus ticket is NOT a reservation for ...


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If you following the FAQ it tells you how to obtain refund. It states: To submit your request for a refund, please contact us in writing. Following are frequently asked questions about our refund policy. The link in the FAQ gets you to the contacts page which states that you need to contact the Refunds Desk in writing to get your refund.


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http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/nova-scotia/yarmouth-maine-ferry-returning-in-may-2014-1.2423685 In this coming May, the ferry will from Yarmouth to Portland Maine will begin operating again. The official site is http://novastarcruises.com but there's no real content up yet. Fares not yet available. There doesn't appear to be a formal bus service between ...


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I think these rules are very dependent on the bus terminal and the line. First, Vancouver-Calgary is a part of the transcontinental line. So a lot of people are moving with a lot of stuff. From the little I saw, they are cool with everyone bringing random things such as guitars and even a bicycle, but I would not say it's always the case. For the terminal, ...


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In 2010 (summer) they operated buses without plugs and wifi on their transcontinental line (Toronto-Vancouver). There was aircon (I don't remember it was too hot or cold on the bus). They started operating brand new buses at that time, but kept them for other parts of their networks, I supposed it would be quite expensive to offer plugs and wifi on a line ...



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