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Re: [Debconf-discuss] Trains from Debconf to Munich, Koeln, Paris, London, Cambridge



Joachim Breitner:
> Hi,
> 
> Am Montag, den 21.03.2011, 11:16 +0000 schrieb Ian Jackson:
> > Thomas Koch writes ("Re: Trains from Debconf to Munich, Koeln, Paris, 
London, Cambridge"):
> > > > Can you tell me where you got that information ?  bahn.hafas.de shows
> > > > two departures from Munich at 23:40, the sleepers to Budapest and
> > > > Zagreb (which are the same train at departure and split after
> > > > Salzburg).  The Budapest sleeper (EN463) terminates at 08:49 and the
> > > > Zagreb sleeper (D499) at 08:40.
> > > 
> > > Yes, the Zagreb sleeper D499 stops at Okucani at 10:49. Just search
> > > directly for München-Okucani. The train from Zürich arrives at
> > > 12:53, so if you'd wait a little bit, a bus could be organised for
> > > both trains.
> > 
> > Ah, I see now.  Hrm, that might be a better plan than the train to
> > Banja Luka itself.
> > 
> > On the return trip, the sleeper for Munich via Zagreb departs Okucani
> > at 18:55, compared to leaving Banja Luka at 1549 with an hour's change
> > in Zagreb.
> > 
> > I wouldn't rely on dinner being available on board.
> 
> Thomas put in the wiki that he is only joining for DebConf, not DebCamp.
> What about you, Ian, are you taking the train for DebConf or DebCamp?
> 
> I’d like to attend both and also take the train from Munich, and would
> appreciate company. Anybody interested?
> 
> Also, Thomas, do you a rough estimate how expensive the train is?
> bahn.de does not give that information yet.
No idea how much it'll be. Trips to Romania with a sleeper from Zürich to 
Budapest are ~225Euro for two ways. (I bought a bit late.) I expect the trip 
to Bosnia to be cheaper then that.
I buy my tickets by phone at http://gleisnost.de - These people are the best 
when it comes to east european tickets. They buy tickets from different 
European railway companies to get the cheapest prize and know a lot about 
cross-border ticket hacks.

Regards,

Thomas Koch, http://www.koch.ro

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