Originally posted by Guru ZimAnyone ever done train -> bus -> train before? Is it a nightmare?
I've done it twice going from my apartment in Gainesville to my brother's house in Miami when I was afraid my car couldn't handle the drive down. As long as you know where you're going well enough before hand to not get lost, I don't think you could have a problem. What I hated was that the thing I like most about riding in a train, the relaxing while someone else worries about driving and directions and such, is interrupted so you can switch trains.
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