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On Tue, 25 Oct 2005 14:47:58 GMT you? Well yes = it's probably got worse in the dozen or so years that have elapsed since I last used it regularly. to There's always the tube :)
That's what I'm talking about. The tube goes from Folkestone to Calais.
Do you really have to wait two hours in Heathrow these days ???
Pbuttengers are advised to arrive two hours before flight depature time. The days when I ran through Pittsburgh International heading for Detroit at 8:00 am and was always last aboard are over, and even then you had to be a little earlier to allow time for de-icing in winter.
before the Munich flight left (due to a late flight) and getting on it by the simple expedient of knowing the quick way from terminal 1 to terminal 2.
You should be so lucky. I left the Hoff at Detmold at 5:00 am, 1 hour drive to airport, return rental car, flew to Frankfurt, 4 hour layover (now 10:00 am Euro time) flew Lufthansa to Boston 7 hours, ( 5 pm Euro time) 4 hour layover (9 pm Euro) USAir arrived Boston 1 hour late (10:00 pm Euro) boarded and taxied out, instrument failure, returned to gate, eventually arriving in Pittsbugh at 11:25 pm (5:25 am Euro time) logging 24.5 hours travel time in one day. Then I went out and partied with girlfriend. I was DEAD.
And in Munich the S8 is very handy for getting from the airport to the centre. trip? Ah now that's a good reason.
A lot easier than you'd think. I have an American girl friend who came to visit with me in Britain, I took her on the ferry to Calais, brought her back through Dover without showing any pbuttport. Immigration control officers here speak Jamaican English, so Floridian English sounds British to them.
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