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comment What's the best way to get from Freiburg (Germany) to Hannover (Germany)?
There are certainly overland bus connections between German cities. The standard prices are cheaper than trains, but they don't have many special offers and often take longer than trains.
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answered Is there an equivalent to “The Man in Seat Sixty-One” for bus travel?
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answered What does one year of traveling around the world cost?
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revised Web resources or other resources for villa rentals in Europe? (Spain, France, Italy etc.)
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revised Are there still any “Fly as much as you like” air passes for the U.S.?
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revised Are there still any “Fly as much as you like” air passes for the U.S.?
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answered Where can I find details of the bus between Tbilisi Georgia and Baku Azerbaijan?
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comment New York airports: JFK or Newark Liberty International?
About using the subway from JFK: if you are super cheap like me you can take the AirTrain to the last free stop (Leffers Blvd - Long Term Parking) and then walk off the parking lot to the subway stop 'Aqueduct - Conduit Av.', this way you just pay $2.50 for the subway. I don't recommend to do this at night or with heavy luggage.
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answered Comparative safety of countries in Central America
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