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


Am Samstag, den 09.04.2011, 19:27 +0100 schrieb Ian Jackson:
> > On the way back, Ian's choice of trains suit me perfectly from Banja
> > Luka until Munich. Ian, will you book for everyone joining, so that we
> > are sure to share one compartment? This would be doubly convenient for
> > me as I am traveling in India on May 1st and could not book myself until
> > later.
> Yes, I would be happy to book from Banja Luka to Munich for anyone
> that would like to join us.  I intend to book the sleeper from Zagreb
> when bookings open and buy the local train ticket much closer to the
> time.

Thanks. Count me in!

(I am assuming that it is quite likely that accommodation sponsorship
will be available for me, so I guess I can book before getting the
official confirmation.)

> I will ask Deutsche Bahn whether it is likely to be easy/possible/
> difficult/expensive to change a booking from Zagreb to one from
> Okucani, since if we can find suitable local road transport from Banja
> Luka to Okucani that may be preferable to taking the train to Zagreb -
> mostly because the Zagreb connection is 1h and I'm not sure how
> reliable the local train is.

It should not make a great price difference to book from Okucani to have
the choice, although with some carriers your tickets is invalid if you
board later.

Or we could take a bus from Banja Luka to Zagreb with more clearance.

BTW, there is a bus going from Germany (Mannheim, Karlsruhe, Stuttgart –
I’m offline at the moment, so this is from memory. I think it also stops
in Munich) directly to Banja Luka. This might be an interesting option
for the way there, especially for the Karlsruhers – Phil, what do you
think? I don’t have any detail yet about price and comfort level,


Joachim "nomeata" Breitner
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