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Is there anybody that are going to Puerto Rico in february that can give me some recommendations. I wonder if there are any shared car-rides? How are the Ceia flights to Vieques? If it is easier with the ferry back to Fajardo? Thank you for all help! Best Nette


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You can register for a Tallinja Card online, using the official website. The card will then be shipped to your address. Otherwise you can collect an application form from the ticket booth, fill it in and hand it back to the booth. There is one such booth at the airport. Quoting from the Tallinja FAQ: How can I obtain a tallinja card? One can ...


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TFL Website Have you tried TFL's bus map webpage? Bus Maps by City Area It allows you to download PDF's with bus maps by city area (Central, North West, North East, South West, South East). Interactive Maps You can also view maps interactively from the site. Zoom in to view the bus stops, click on the bus stop you need, and zoom out to see the bus ...


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The VRS Pocket Guide (PDF) has all the info you need in a very accessible format. I've copied the fare segment here: The weekly ticket (which always starts on Monday!) can be very cost effective if your travel matches it. To figure out which type of ticket you need (1-7) you can input your trip in this journey planner: ...


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you can get day-passes (called "TagesTicket") if you know you need to take the trains regulary on that day. They cost 8.50 for 1 person or 12.90 for 5 persons in the area of cologne, for the other variants check out their site (https://www.vrsinfo.de/tickets/preisliste.html)


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Having arrived at Malta airport February 1, 2016, there was a booth (I think towards the right hand side from Arrivals) where I was able to purchase a Tallinja card for €21 for 7-days. The booth also accepts Amex cards. This covers the whole of Malta and Gozo (Għawdex). Whether or not this can be topped-up I'm not sure.


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Sometimes it is difficult to park in Barcelona, but there are some tips. I would recommend you to visit how to park in Barcelona Very well explained. You can park in green or blue areas, where you have to pay per hour, but normally is free if you park from 8:00 pm to 7:00 am, so you can leave the car there and pick it up in the morning. There are free ...


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Last time I was in Barcelona I parked next to the Sagrada Familia and spent 15 EUR for 24 hours. This is the underground car park at the Sagrada Familia market, which worked perfectly for me. Otherwise, if this is too expensive for you, Parkopedia has several options ranging from 12 to 36 EUR for 6 hours. The 12 EUR option is the AparcaandGo parking at the ...


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Bus it to Aipe then Taxi Rome2Rio suggests a bus from Salento to Pereira, followed by another bus from Pereira to Aipe, and from there a Taxi to Villavieja. Below is a screenshot of the suggested route: Quoting from the Terminal Pereira website, the scheduled departures for Aipe are: Buses to/from Salento seem to depart/arrive every 2 hours. Public ...


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I've messaged the official Tallinja Facebook page (great customer service by the way!) and received the following reply: So the answer is yes, you can do that.


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Using TFL's Journey Planner you can select Public Transport, Cycling or Walking, input the origin and destination and find out a very accurate estimate of the time it takes to walk, cycle, etc. between stations. You can even select slow, average or fast walking options. It's not exactly a map, because it would be impossible to make a printed map that showed ...


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Bali & its old-fashioned transports Bali is really terrible for transportation. Everything is pretty great in Bali, except transportation. Public transportation is almost non-existing & taxis often (always?) try to trick tourists. Taxi gangs are everywhere in Bali. They even have "territories" in some areas. Which means only taxis from the "taxi ...


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ATAC (the company responsible for public transport in Rome) publish PDF maps showing bus lines for the entire city and in the centre. The first of these will require either a rather large sheet of paper or very good eyesight if you're going to print the whole thing :-). There's also a separate map for night buses. While the routes are accurate as far as I ...


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Moovit in the 4.0 announcement: Offline Support: Temporarily lost internet connection? No problem. Moovit stores any planned trip, including all of its directions and line information, maps and schedules for easy offline access when you need it.


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Strikes are often arranged by the union leaders to begin at X:01 so that the workers have to arrive, so that in turn they have workers on hand to picket.


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Usually, half a day of work is 4 hours in some companies. So it could mean that the strike duration will be just a bit less than half a day so that workers on strike haven't not more than half a day removed from their pay... Having said that, I think it is more related to the way the event management program is set. The person who input the strike event ...


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No, there will be no extra buses or train to return to Brussels. I wouldn't even make sense because the combi-regeling will be in effect. This means that all Anderlecht supporters must book there tickets through one of the official fan clubs and they must come with the bus of the fan club. They can not even enter the stadium if they would drive themselves. ...


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There are direct trains, which run on the Keisei Sky Access line or the Keisei Main Line between Narita airport and Aoto station, and then continue on the Keisei Oshiage line and the Toei Asakusa line, as shown on these Hyperdia screenshots. Note the triangle-shaped icons to the left of the station names: they indicate that this is the same train ...


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The Twin City Liner schedule could perhaps be laid out more clearly, but careful perusal shows that their season runs from 25 March 2016 to 30 October 2016. Another option is the train; this is faster (1 hour), cheaper, and runs all year round, but of course isn't quite the same experience as a river cruise :). Here is ÖBB's leaflet about the ...


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Results of quick online research: There seem to be good, comfy buses. At least Bolivariano (see Bogota-Medellin route info). Based on their marketing (see e.g. DuoBus video), it seems nice and safe (but I don’t know about the road and areas passed through etc). Plenty of departures. Bolivariano has ~13 daily (6:40 AM to 10:47 PM) (for Wednesday) Cost is ...


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So the South eastern area of Paris means the 12th district. It is located next to the Bois de Vincennes where you can easily park you car for free and leave it there for few days. Then you can easily take the bus and the metro from there. If you driving, get out the ring (Boulevard Périphérique) at Porte Dorée or Porte de Vincennes. Then drive straight to ...


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I notice in the comments that you're looking for somewhere to sit and work. Apparently, Vienna has a very high concentration of co-working spaces purpose-designed for the sort of thing you're looking to do. From this article: Move over coffee shops! The Viennese have found a better place to work, connect, and stay warm: Austria may be small, but ...


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You can search for stores on the Starbucks site, here are the results for Vienna, Austria. There are many stores and many are near U-Bahn stations and/or tram and bus stops. For example this store is right beside Wien Mitte Station and also even closer to a local tram stop, here's a Google Maps shot: and a close up showing the tram stop: But there ...


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I searched Google for "las vegas to death valley bus" and found this page on about.com which says: There are no public transportation options between Las Vegas and Death Valley, but you can take the Bundu Bus, which travels through Death Valley four times a week on its way from Las Vegas to Yosemite. Get the details on the Bundu Bus website. Without some ...



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