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You can go from Santa Susanna train station to BCN Airport train station on Saturday 27 july without any problem. As you have said, you have to take R1 line at Santa Susanna and then transfer to R2 at Barcelona Sants train station. The duration of the journey will be of approximately 1 hour and 45 minutes. You can check schedules at Rodalies de Catalunya ...


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A Visa is required, unless you qualify to transit without a visa: Passengers transiting through Stockholm (ARN) and arriving from a non-Schengen Member State with a confirmed onward ticket for a flight on the same calendar day to a third country which is not a Schengen Member State. They must: - stay in the international transit area of the airport, and - ...


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I don't get the notion that the lack of a sidewalk makes walking unsafe. I walked a long way out and back. Most was on sidewalk, but some was on grass where the sidewalk could have been. Don't recall whether the flights were on time, but the scheduled times were arriving 2018 Mar 12 10:46 (Monday) and departing 2018 Mar 13 15:34 (Tuesday). I'm having ...


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This should be enough time if your first flight is on time. You will go through customs in Oslo. The procedure is a bit unusual.


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It’s is more than adequate for sure if you only have carry on and more than likely ok even with checked baggage, Oslo’s airport is really small


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The above answer is correct. You cannot get on the bus without a metrocard swipe. But if you get on the highway (take a bus to the nearest hotel/pay a cab to drop you), then start walking towards the city, the bus drivers will honk at you and pick you up. The cab fair is generally $30 - never pay more than that. You can also use Uber. Even if Uber says ...


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ex-Wolli Creek local here. I also used to work for an airline based out of the domestic terminal, and briefly as a contractor on the Opal team at Transport for NSW :D Getting from International terminal to town Walk to Wolli Creek (20 min, all paved, not hard at all to find). Catch train (every 3-5 min from platform 1 or 3) to CBD. Cost: $2.52 (off-peak)...


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You can use the trip planner here to estimate the cost of your trip: https://transportnsw.info/trip#/. Make sure to select "options" and untick the train if you prefer other transport options. If I search From: International Airport and To: World Square (nearest landmark to Pitt St/Goulburn St), the cost is 3.73 AUD and takes about 1h10min. It involves a ...


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Always have a second source of information that's not Google :-) I like the Citymapper app, personally. But the best in this case would be the official Rodalies site: http://rodalies.gencat.cat/en/alteracions_del_servei/index.html


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VWP doesn't have a "so many days in so many other days" thing like the EU 90/180 rule. Every entry, you get to make your case to the Immigration Officer as to why you should be admitted. You can come every weekend if you have a reasonable reason that makes sense to the officers and doesn't seem to conflict with US immigration law or policy. In your case, ...


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Yes, a long-stay visa for one Schengen country allows you to transit through one or more other Schengen countries on your way to or from the country that issued your visa -- both airside and (as you will need) landside. The visa also allows you to visit other Schengen countries (that is, for more than just transiting) as long as those visits don't total ...


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If you're willing to spend a little more to save time, you should probably take a yellow taxi, especially if you're tired. The fare from JFK to Manhattan is flat; these days it is about $56 plus tips and tolls. If you tell the driver to take the Brooklyn Bridge, which has good access from the Brooklyn-Queens Expressway and to the FDR Drive, there will be ...


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Tenerife has a bus system (TITSA) with an English-language website, which includes a tourist-oriented section. Depending on how many people are carrying the four bags, and their sizes, this may or may not be viable. To get between Tenerife Airport North (Los Rodeos) and the ferry port (Estación Marítima), you will need to take Route 20 from the airport to ...


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Since nobody actually answered your question as phrased, I thought I'd make this very clear: No, a Zone 1-9 Travelcard is NOT valid to Gatwick Airport. You can see a map of Travelcard validity on the London's Rail and Tube Services map. You can see that while Gatwick Airport is in the Oyster Pay as you Go area (meaning you can use Oyster or contactless ...


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If you pay by contactless, do not worry about travelcards. The fare you pay will be automatically limited by the daily fare cap. The cap used to be the same as the price of the day travelcard that would have covered the same journeys, but is now generally even less than that. (Beware that Heathrow Express and Gatwick Express charge special fares that do not ...


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