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Since the question asked globally, it's worth cross referencing this answer -- Citymapper does have a "Wheelchair accessible" section where such data is available. Not in Seattle or Vancouver but certainly in London.


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Looks like there's a shuttle bus that operates 24 hours for SGD 9.00. Your hotel is listed. Limited to one item of luggage. Can be booked in advance. https://cityshuttle.com.sg/cityshuttlepublic/BookingDetails.aspx?Type=2 Obviously if you have more than one piece of luggage, are more than a solo traveler or are going to be especially tired and/or busy ...


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The MRT stops at around 11:30 from Airport and busses shortly after 12 AM. You have no options, but to take a cab. Uber and Lyft are not available in Singapore. You can install Grab or GoJEK for ride-hailing. For normal metered cab, you have to stand in queue and usually at those time, in my experience, its a long wait. Also, Grab/GoJEK will be generally ...


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All transportation operators in the Sapica network also accept Kitaca, as well as the nine other major cards (Suica et al.). Basically, it's everything except JR Hokkaido, so it includes the city-operated subway and tram, as well as city buses (note, JR Hokkaido and JR Hokkaido Bus are different companies). That's all. In particular Transportation ...


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I understand that your choice in Moscow is basically Gett, or Yandex-Uber joint. I think you need a specific app for your smartphone, stock Uber app will likely not work. Yandex has Minivan, not so sure about Gett. Mind that you need data connectivity on your smartphone to use either one. I remember that you are traveling with children. Please note that ...


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Bicycle could be a fun way to do it. (according to komoot) Bolzano to Funes is about 45km with 1000m climb (from start to finish) and would take about 4 hours. IF and ONLY IF You are an experienced cyclist the mountains (even if the route is not that extreme) and want to carry all your belongings with you; you can't go both way in a single day and enjoy ...


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According to this timetable of buses it is possible. You have to go by bus from Grodno to Грушевка (in Belarussian: Грушаўка, Hrušaŭka) and then go about 8 km by foot to Bohatyrowicze. When you look up the bus at the timetable be careful, because there are at least two places called Грушевка - the one you need is "Грушевка, Гродненский р-н ГРОДНЕНСКАЯ ОБЛ. ...


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A driver sells tickets. A ticket costs 90 eurocents.


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The problem with getting to and from Starkville is the so-called last mile, or in this case, the last 20 or 200. The one and only time I went there, I literally hitchhiked in from Memphis and also hitchhiked out (to Birmingham). I presume you don't want to do this, but it is the cheapest way in. Starkville hasn't had scheduled intercity bus service in years. ...


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There are many busses between Podgorica and Budva - usually 2-4 busses every hour during the day. They are operated by different operator and I don't know about all of them, but I think that in all of them you can buy a ticket from the driver. And if there is not enough places in the bus- just wait 30 minutes for the next one.


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You dont need to be that early in Sape. Ticket Office will officially open at 8am But when I was there it opened at about 7:30am Some Locals told me that you can't trust the Ferry to run every day, but there should be two Ferrys a Day (9:00 and 16:00) (also on the Way back Labuan Bajo to Sape there are two Ferrys at the Same Time. 9:00 and 16:00) Be sure ...


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Nope. Other than the Sky Bus (City Express) there's no other means of getting in outside of a taxi. From Wikivoyage: Avalon Airport (AVV IATA) is a mainly domestic airport 55 km south-west of Melbourne in Lara, near Geelong. Although much further than Melbourne Airport, fares from Avalon are sometimes considerably cheaper. The terminals are ...


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Just for completeness I will mention the existance of National Express Coaches, probably the cheapest mode of transport from Heathrow to Newcastle. A ticket would cost £30.00 per person. The downsides are there are no direct coaches from Heathrow, you would need to travel to London Victoria Coach Station and change there, and the time it takes to travel ...


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I made this journey in 2017 and took the overnight train from Tbilisi to Yerevan. It cost approx 90 GEL in first class, and less in other classes. It has the advantage of saving you the price of accommodation. It goes from the main train station in Tbilisi to the main one in Yerevan. Tickets can be bought at the international/long distance counter upstairs ...


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So, from a few sites I was able to get the following information. This one is the most detailed and includes maps and images, this is also a good source. It has been said to be the cheapest and easiest way, tickets seem to be around 35 GEL but I haven't seen that anywhere official, as you just pay the driver on the bus. (In comparison a flight is more ...


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For rail enquiries in the UK use the National Rail site. As other answers have pointed out, trains to Newcastle leaves from King's Cross station. The cheapest fares are if you buy in advance for a specific departure. However, that can be risky when coming in from a long flight with risks of delay, as the tickets would be worthless of you miss the train. ...


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Fly. It's much faster and likely cheaper. The LNER train from Kings Cross to Newcastle is only cheaper than flying if you book seats on a specific train, which you realistically can't do if you're flying from India - if your flight is delayed or you're held up in immigration then you'll lose your tickets. The flight takes an hour, the train will take ...


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