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This really isn't very complex. If only because, once in Charleroi, you could just follow the crowds. And, because of Google. Here is the info from Charleroi's airport website: http://www.charleroi-airport.com/en/acces/train-bus/index.html If you want to do your trip by public transport, you have to get a public bus from the airport to Charleroi train ...


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Any ticket you buy having used that search will be valid for that journey. In some cases this may mean you actually have to buy two (or more) tickets, because the "via" station would not normally be on a valid route. Note that if you purchase advance tickets, you are not allowed to leave the train (or at least the stations) except at the end points ...


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I know it is a little late to respond, but I am replying in the hopes that this may help others. I bought a ticket from Cleartrip on a waitlisted train, since their site said they will issue a full refund if you are not able to get on the train. When the train was overbooked and I was not able to get on, they did issue a refund, but with about $5 deducted. ...


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Yes domestic tren hotel services are still running. http://www.renfe.com/EN/viajeros/larga_distancia/productos/trenhotel.html Also renfe have recent started investing in new carriages for these services, http://www.renfe.com/EN/viajeros/nuestros_trenes/trenhotel.html Just to make sure my info was correct I did a time table search on one of the routes and ...


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You cannot use your zone 1-3 carte to go from zone 5. You may buy a zone 5 - zone 3 ticket at CDG if you already have your zone 1-3 carte.


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Regarding trains, there's a joke about the Hungarian Railways (MAV): it only has five adversaries, the four seasons and the passengers. Weather related very severe delays are quite common. It can be a large tree branch falling over some tracks, killing the entire route. In the summer heat, there will be speed limits. Let's not even talk of snow. The system ...


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The best option for clarification of which plus bus zone a location is is to input the postal code of the location. Using the third link you had http://plusbus.bushub.co.uk/maps/hitchin It shows all bus stops, plus if you zoom out it will give you a defined outline I then input the postcode of the business park And had this message And following ...



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