Wednesday, February 08, 2006

NYC to Toronto

The cheapest way I've found to travel from NYC to Torotno is the following:


http://www.bustotoronto.com/ U$S 50

http://www.amtrak.com U$S 82


Wait for an "Amtrak Weekly Special" ticket as far as Buffalo and then take the bus the rest of the way:




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Montreal to Quebec



One Way:

CA$ 48.31 = USD 42


CA$ 73.62 = USD 63.80



Membership: CA$ 6

Ride: CA$16 ?

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The cheapest way I've found to travel from NYC to Montreal is the following:


http://www.amtrak.com [online reservation]

U$S 60 / U$S 45 (2 people)

Promotion code: V707 (50% off second person)

[8.15am - 6.30pm]


http://www.greyhound.com/home.asp [online reservation]

U$S 75

Car Pooling




Tuesday, January 24, 2006

Imagestation Funciona

Categoria: Imagenes

Es muy bueno que imagestation funcione para poner imagenes online.

no se si es porque pague el plan, o si un usuario nuevo que se registra relamnete puede tener tambien el mismo beneficio.

Se que flickr tiene lo mismo, estoy investigando porque no es ilimitado como imagestation.

Aca va una foto de ejemplo:


Categoria: Test

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Monday, January 23, 2006

Trans Mongolian Train

Categoria: imagenes

There are three routes:

There are three routes:

Moscow-Mongolia-Beijing (the Trans-Mongolian), Moscow-Manchuria-Beijing (the Trans-Manchurian) and Moscow-Vladivostok (the Trans-Siberian). There are also trains to Pyongyang in North Korea.

There are three routes:

For the Moscow-Vladivostok route only a Russian visa is needed, for the Moscow-Manchuria-Beijing a Russian and a Chinese visa is needed, for the Moscow-Mongolia-Beijing route all three, Russian, Mongolian and Chinese visas are needed. Note that Mongolian visas are not needed by everyone.

There are three routes:

Train timetable:

There are three routes:

These timetables have been the same for long time and don't change much. All trains (both trains to Beijing and Vladivostok) are very comfortable, and have restaurant car on board. These are the direct, through trains. One can board these trains but only if your end point is the end of the line. They cannot be used for intermediate travel or for pieces of the journey. Note that there are many intermediate trains that don't run the entire length of these routes. MSK = Moscow time. Note that you cannot get on and off the through trains.

There are three routes:

Moscow - Beijing:

There are three routes:


There are three routes:

Train 004Z leaves on Tuesdays from Moskva (Moscow) Jaroslavlskaja. Train departs at 23:50 MSK, and arrives in Beijing 15:33 local time, six nights later. A Mongolian transit visa may be required.

There are three routes:


There are three routes:

Train 020Ch, "Vostok", leaves on Fridays from Moskva Jaroslavlskaja. Train departs at 23:40 MSK, and arrives in Beijing 05:30 local time, seven nights later.

There are three routes:

Moscow - Vladivostok:

There are three routes:

Train 002M, "Rossia", goes on odd-numbered dates from Moskva Jaroslavlskaja 16:27 MSK, to Vladivostok 23:06 MSK six nights later (06:06 local time the following day).

There are three routes:

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Friday, January 20, 2006


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