On 25 maj 2009, at 20.15, Ole Jacobsen wrote:
Yes, changing to a train is slightly different from going from
gate 5 to Terminal D gate 27, but so what?
One difference is that a plane is quite easy to use. You have someone
that will (at least this has happened to me) stop you if you try to
enter the wrong flight. Then the plane moves, and when it arrived
everyone have to exit. With a train, you have to pick the correct
train, and then leave the train at the correct stop. A bit more
complicated to be honest. By interacting with people, you often can
handle the most complicated train ride, but yes, it might be more
complicated with train.
That said, people (myself included) often make mistakes and fly when
train is easier. Yes, I have been flying domestic in the Netherlands.
I do though believe it was only two different runways on AMS :-) And,
I will still tomorrow take a train from Lund to Stockholm instead of
flying because trains are so much more comfortable (and cheaper). :-)
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