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Well first of its worth mentioning there is unlikely to be any way to do this fast, it's 350 miles which is a long way. Full timetables for all routes are at: https://www.firstgroup.com/cornwall/plan-journey/timetables/?operator=6&page=1&redirect=no Also remember that on the trains you can get some work done, watch a film, sleep ect. Whereas while ...


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Don't sweat the fine print too much. In practice, you can take any train or bus within the travel zone and the 120 minute validity period - provided you don't go back to where you came from. The is no limit on the number of changes or stopovers. The ticket inspectors do not know your destination, nor can they tell how often you have changed (or plan to ...


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Have you considered the sleeper trains? From Braintree you can catch a train (hourly outside of peak hours) straight to London Liverpool Street. The 21:00 is the official connecting service. A trip on the Circle or Hammersmith & City Line later brings you to Paddington. From Paddington every night except Saturday night runs the Night Riviera sleeper ...


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From 29 March 2020 FlyBe has direct flights from Southend to Newquay on Thursday, Friday, Sunday and Monday.


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In practical application the question is, at the time you ticket is checked are you travelling clearly towards the station where your ticket was originally stamped. If the answer is yes, then it looks like you are doing some kind of return trip which is not allowed. In all other situations you are ok. So doing a bunch of unnecessary changes is fine as long ...


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After flying this itinerary, I can narrate my experience for any future travellers along this route. The answer given by @hilmar is more or less accurate. Please note that if you happen to choose this itinerary with Singapore Airlines, then you need to arrange for your own transport between airports along with your check-in luggage. I am talking ...


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You have several options for this journey. I can't say which is best for your specific case. I'm working on the assumption that you're leaving after work on a Friday and you need to be back for work on Monday morning. Drive It's a long drive, which means it will take most of a day, especially once you include breaks. If you're going down for a weekend, ...


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There's no public bus from Podgorica airport, so the train is the only public transport option. There's no desk at the Aerodrom station, so you get the ticket on the train, though the conductor likely won't get to you by the time you reach Podgorica, meaning you could get a free ride. As for local roads and driving habits, definitely not recommended for an ...


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The validity of the single tickets is, as described in VBB's terms and conditions: Diese Einzelfahrausweise berechtigen zu einer Fahrt mit beliebigem Umsteigen in Richtung auf das Fahrtziel über den reiseüblichen oder durch die Fahrplanlage bedingten Weg. My translation: The single fare tickets allow a trip with any number of changes in ...


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That would be DEU then according to this wikipedia page.


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You can take the train to the airport. You would have to change trains at Warsaw Zachodnia, from where a suburban train takes you to the airport in 15 minutes. You can probably do this all on one ticket even.


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The schedule is published on the train website here with the first train at 06:40 and the last at 18:00:


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There's a stop on Avenue Joseph Bouvard just west of Avenue de la Bourdonnais. which is 10 minutes walk from your hotel. The name of the stop is "Rapp-la Bourdonnais". But, IMO, it's not an efficient way to see the sights; plain city buses are not made to make it easy to see the sights (smaller windows, lower, full of regular people). jcaron, in the ...


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