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To avoid the hassle of transiting via Church St, you could opt for a bus-train combination via Radlett. Uno bus 602 runs hourly from Watford High Street to Radlett. Travel time: ~ 30 mins From Radlett take any train to Luton Airport Parkway and continue with the airport shuttle. Travel time: ~ 30 mins


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Train from watford junction station to St Albans Abbey and walk up the hill to St Albans main line direct to Luton parkway bus included from parkway to Luton Airport about £11


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1: Some airline offers Siem Reap to Jakarta one-stop journey with one PNR. one PNR means one ticket that mean luggage will be auto transfer to next flight but its high expensive(Thai Air offer like this flight will cost 443$). 2: but if you book two separate tickets with two PNR you can find very cheap ticket near 170$. always remember no guarantee for ...


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Google maps says you might not make it on time. On a regular weekday (Monday for example) it says you should leave HAN aiport at 08:00 to arrive at 11:00 in Ha Long Bay. For a cruise that leaves at 12:30, let's say you have to be there by 12:00, you would have to leave at 08:50 which is ten minutes after your planned 60 minutes to deal with immigration and ...


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Since the last passenger arrives at terminal 2A the best thing to do would be to meet everyone at terminal 2A. What I would do is: Friend 1 stays at terminal 2A arrivals in the area outside of baggage claim Friend 2 transfers from terminal 2E to 2A arrivals; this takes ten minutes on foot Friend 3 arrives at terminal 2A and finds the other two friends ...


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Accourding to German rules, in general, you must give up your former citizenship before receiving German citizenship. If you have given up your original citizenship, you may not claim to be of that citizenship. Any such claim would be considered fraud. You must apply for an US ESTA entry as a German citizen. Upon application watch out if you are being ...


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I contacted Brussels airport on their Facebook messenger. Their response was that yes, you can go through earlier if that works for you, HOWEVER, it does depend on whether or not you have checked luggage, as some checkin counters won't open earlier.


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Live journey plans are available at https://9292.nl/en There is also a 9292 mobile app which is well worth putting on your phone if you are visiting Amsterdam. The best journey will depend on the time of day, and live public transport conditions, so use the app. For an indication of the journey in the question here's the link: https://9292.nl/en/...


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Shuttle Busses There are busses that depart from the main station and two companies occupy the route; AK (to the airport, from the airport) Pleso Price and route is the same so just pick the one where there's a lot of people. Local Busses There's also the Sukoišan Bus Terminal with airport connections, namely bus 37. Trogir is a town west of the ...


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Bremen is a relatively small airport. After your arrival and baggage claim, you end up in the check in hall again, where you can drop off your luggage, and after that you take the stairs or elevator to the second floor where you find the security checks for departure. You can find a map here (unfortunately the detailed map is only available on the german ...


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Bremen airport is small, and hence you should have no problems moving from arrivals to departure quickly. I worked in Bremen for a few months, my office was close to the airport and from time to time I had lunch in the airport and that's just a small airport, you can go through the whole airport in only a few minutes.


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Assuming your wife is expecting to travel on the Bakerloo Line (i.e. the brown one), then at that time of day, it's not likely the trains will be packed rush hour style, since the festivities start earlier and finish later, and are centred a significant distance to the west, and on the Central Line and Hammersmith & City Line. There are likely to be more ...


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Yes this is allowed. Yes you will pass immigration in Paris. Even if you were connecting at the same airport in Paris, that is where you would undergo immigration - before your Schengen 'domestic' flight.


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On Google Maps the Heathrow Express will show up if you specify a terminal to depart from. As for Taxi journeys, time wise those would mostly be equivalent to the Car timings on google maps.


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Citymapper, also available as an app for iOS and Android, has never failed me in London or other large cities where it is available. Cabs, Uber, Tube, buses, Heathrow Express, cycling, walking, I don't know of any mode of transport they don't cover, at least in London. The mobile app (but not the website) even finds a combination of public transit and cars-...


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Transport for London's journey planner at https://tfl.gov.uk/ takes all public transport in London into account, so includes the Heathrow Express (as well as more outre options such as the river bus and the cross-Thames cable car). It doesn't, however, include cabs, probably because these are very expensive and of highly-varied travel times. The latter ...


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As comments mention Rome2rio is a surprisingly good solution within a city as well. I never considered it for anything but intercity travel. Google does find the Heathrow Express but you need to kind of force it: if you just enter Heathrow Airport it won't find it but if you enter say Heathrow Terminal 5 then it will. It also suffers from the problem of ...


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The simple answer is that depending on the address Heathrow Express or a taxi may not be the fastest way to get to your address and routing apps are taking that into account. London is highly congested, road speeds are often 8mph for cars, so taxis can get stuck in that traffic. Heathrow Express goes into Paddington Station on the western side of central ...


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Your options include: Le Bus Direct line 4, which will get you directly from CDG to Gare Montparnasse in about 1h30, depending on traffic. Cost is 18 euros. RER B from CDG to Denfert-Rochereau, then line 6 to Gare Montparnasse. A bit cheaper (10,30€, the ticket is valid to any metro station), and not dependent on traffic, but you need to change trains, with ...


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