Ah, yes Ole, you're right.
I missed that one because it involves traveling in 3 countries and it didn't
show up in the regular travel planner from the Dutch railways because my
subscribtion ticket isn't valid for the 3th country.
I never take the Maastricht-Liege route to Frankfurt from Eindhoven where I
board the train, since that is longer for me, and I have to buy a surplus
As said, we will make a detailed trip advisor, and perhaps I'll even make
pictures of the train stations, platforms, vending machines, scedules, signs
and the one and only train conductor in the Netherlands that doesn't speak
english just in case he has duty on the train you'll be in (or perhaps he is
retired by 2010) just to make it even more comfortable for non-train travelers.
You did a great job on Hiroshima, thank you for that.
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Van: Ole Jacobsen [mailto:ole(_at_)cisco(_dot_)com]
Verzonden: di 2009-05-26 17:33
Aan: Antoin Verschuren
CC: IETF Discussion
Onderwerp: RE: IETF 78 Annoucement
"Frankfurt airport Is probably your worst choice. Although there are
lots of international flights, the train connection to Maastricht is
poor. There is a 1 stopover train via Utrecht which takes 5:21 and a 3
stopover journey that takes 4:25"
According the DB, the 3-connection ride is actually 3:35, but yeah,
the scenic route via Utrecht is 5:21.
But you can also go via:
Flughafen Fernbf Su, 26.07.09 dep 13:43 Fern 7
Liege-Guillemins Su, 26.07.09 arr 15:42
Liege-Guillemins Su, 26.07.09 dep 16:21
Maastricht Su, 26.07.09 arr 16:50 4b
That's ONE change and 3:07 from Frankfurt. And the departure is late
enough in the day that you could do it the same day after flying in
to FRA. I am not pushing for FRA as the arrival point, just pointing
out that it's no worse than Amsterdam and there are of course lots of
flights to FRA from all over the world as you say.
Ole J. Jacobsen
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