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One of the hardest things for me, when in a new country, is to understand how public transportation works and if the taxis are worth it (i.e. whether the higher price you pay is not that much, given the effort you will "pay" to get to your destination with the bus for example).

My flight is Saturday 16:00, from San Francisco to Paris. I remember that I arrived from SF airport to Market St. by the BART, but I have no memory of the station I disembarked at. I am staying some blocks below Market and 3rd St.

I was lucky enough to not use any means of transportation after that BART ride from the airport, so I have no clue.

What are my options to reach the SF airport from there, and a rough approximation about the price?


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  1. In some countries, you have to switch lines when you use the subway, to get to the correct one that will get you at the airport. I would rather avoid that, since I will have one luggage, one hand-luggage and the laptop bag. I am not sure if BART that goes to the airport is accessible from every underground station I see in Market St. .
  2. My Greek phone will not work here, and is also very old (imagine it like an old classic Nokia if you want), so if something needs electronic interaction, I can only use my laptop, before leaving the house.

Edit:

By asking, you go to the city, as the Romans(?) said, but there is some heat where I stay now with Airbnbsome heat where I stay now with Airbnb, that's why I am asking for help here... :/

One of the hardest things for me, when in a new country, is to understand how public transportation works and if the taxis are worth it (i.e. whether the higher price you pay is not that much, given the effort you will "pay" to get to your destination with the bus for example).

My flight is Saturday 16:00, from San Francisco to Paris. I remember that I arrived from SF airport to Market St. by the BART, but I have no memory of the station I disembarked at. I am staying some blocks below Market and 3rd St.

I was lucky enough to not use any means of transportation after that BART ride from the airport, so I have no clue.

What are my options to reach the SF airport from there, and a rough approximation about the price?


Remarks:

  1. In some countries, you have to switch lines when you use the subway, to get to the correct one that will get you at the airport. I would rather avoid that, since I will have one luggage, one hand-luggage and the laptop bag. I am not sure if BART that goes to the airport is accessible from every underground station I see in Market St. .
  2. My Greek phone will not work here, and is also very old (imagine it like an old classic Nokia if you want), so if something needs electronic interaction, I can only use my laptop, before leaving the house.

Edit:

By asking, you go to the city, as the Romans(?) said, but there is some heat where I stay now with Airbnb, that's why I am asking for help here... :/

One of the hardest things for me, when in a new country, is to understand how public transportation works and if the taxis are worth it (i.e. whether the higher price you pay is not that much, given the effort you will "pay" to get to your destination with the bus for example).

My flight is Saturday 16:00, from San Francisco to Paris. I remember that I arrived from SF airport to Market St. by the BART, but I have no memory of the station I disembarked at. I am staying some blocks below Market and 3rd St.

I was lucky enough to not use any means of transportation after that BART ride from the airport, so I have no clue.

What are my options to reach the SF airport from there, and a rough approximation about the price?


Remarks:

  1. In some countries, you have to switch lines when you use the subway, to get to the correct one that will get you at the airport. I would rather avoid that, since I will have one luggage, one hand-luggage and the laptop bag. I am not sure if BART that goes to the airport is accessible from every underground station I see in Market St. .
  2. My Greek phone will not work here, and is also very old (imagine it like an old classic Nokia if you want), so if something needs electronic interaction, I can only use my laptop, before leaving the house.

Edit:

By asking, you go to the city, as the Romans(?) said, but there is some heat where I stay now with Airbnb, that's why I am asking for help here... :/

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One of the hardest things for me, when in a new country, is to understand how public transportation works and if the taxis are worth it (i.e. whether the higher price you pay is not that much, given the effort you will "pay" to get to your destination with the bus for example).

My flight is Saturday 16:00, from San Francisco to Paris. I remember that I arrived from SF airport to Market St. by the BART, but I have no memory of the station I disembarked at. I am staying some blocks below Market and 3rd St.

I was lucky enough to not use any means of transportation after that BART ride from the airport, so I have no clue.

What are my options to reach the SF airport from there, and a rough approximation about the price?


Remarks:

  1. In some countries, you have to switch lines when you use the subway, to get to the correct one that will get you at the airport. I would rather avoid that, since I will have one luggage, one hand-luggage and the laptop bag. I am not sure if BART that goes to the airport is accessible from every underground station I see in Market St. .
  2. My Greek phone will not work here, and is also very old (imagine it like an old classic Nokia if you want), so if something needs electronic interaction, I can only use my laptop, before leaving the house.

Edit:

By asking, you go to the city, as the Romans(?) said, but there is some heat where I stay now with Airbnb, that's why I am asking for help here... :/

One of the hardest things for me, when in a new country, is to understand how public transportation works and if the taxis are worth it (i.e. whether the higher price you pay is not that much, given the effort you will "pay" to get to your destination with the bus for example).

My flight is Saturday 16:00, from San Francisco to Paris. I remember that I arrived from SF airport to Market St. by the BART, but I have no memory of the station I disembarked at. I am staying some blocks below Market and 3rd St.

I was lucky enough to not use any means of transportation after that BART ride from the airport, so I have no clue.

What are my options to reach the SF airport from there, and a rough approximation about the price?


Remarks:

  1. In some countries, you have to switch lines when you use the subway, to get to the correct one that will get you at the airport. I would rather avoid that, since I will have one luggage, one hand-luggage and the laptop bag. I am not sure if BART that goes to the airport is accessible from every underground station I see in Market St. .
  2. My Greek phone will not work here, and is also very old (imagine it like an old classic Nokia if you want), so if something needs electronic interaction, I can only use my laptop, before leaving the house.

One of the hardest things for me, when in a new country, is to understand how public transportation works and if the taxis are worth it (i.e. whether the higher price you pay is not that much, given the effort you will "pay" to get to your destination with the bus for example).

My flight is Saturday 16:00, from San Francisco to Paris. I remember that I arrived from SF airport to Market St. by the BART, but I have no memory of the station I disembarked at. I am staying some blocks below Market and 3rd St.

I was lucky enough to not use any means of transportation after that BART ride from the airport, so I have no clue.

What are my options to reach the SF airport from there, and a rough approximation about the price?


Remarks:

  1. In some countries, you have to switch lines when you use the subway, to get to the correct one that will get you at the airport. I would rather avoid that, since I will have one luggage, one hand-luggage and the laptop bag. I am not sure if BART that goes to the airport is accessible from every underground station I see in Market St. .
  2. My Greek phone will not work here, and is also very old (imagine it like an old classic Nokia if you want), so if something needs electronic interaction, I can only use my laptop, before leaving the house.

Edit:

By asking, you go to the city, as the Romans(?) said, but there is some heat where I stay now with Airbnb, that's why I am asking for help here... :/

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