According to the purchasing site for Hola Barcelona, when you purchase the card online, you will be emailed a voucher code which you can use to retrieve the travel card itself at any metro station. They also offer a video about the process if that is interesting for you.
According to the same site, the card is valid for 72 hours (or your choice of other ...
According to https://www.vlkolinec.sk/en/informacie/doprava/ buses run upto the village car park from the main station but only during July and August. Or that a taxi should cost around €15 to €20. Instructions for walking and cycling are also provided.
Alternatively buses run to Ružomberok,Biely Potok,Do Uhliska which according to open street map is around ...
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you can pick up the card at the tourist information booth.
"You can also use your card to travel from Barcelona Airport. You can buy or pick up your card at the tourist information offices at the two terminals."
If you take the route Google suggested at the moment (involving only funicular from Vallvidrera Inferior to Superior, then taking 111), you can use the Hola Barcelona Card.
The Hola Barcelona card includes public transport within Zone 1 (https://doc.atm.cat/ca/xarxa_ferrov_global.pdf), in which Tibidabo stop is situated.
Note though the Vallvidrera Funicular ...
This is quite a bump to an old thread, but it may serve someone.
There are buses leaving from Cali (they have to pass trhough Popayan, but I don't think they stop there) to Quito and Lima. The company name is Ormeño.
From Popayan to Cali is a relatively short ride (2 hours in a bus), and you can contact Ormeño at Cali's Terminal de Transportes. The contact ...