Hi Zoe,

Do you have any suggestions if travelling from Luton? My current solution is
taking the bus from Luton Airport to London Victoria and the train from
there to Winchester.



On Wed, Sep 15, 2010 at 12:24 PM, zoe slattery <zoe.slatt...@gmail.com>wrote:

>  On 15/09/2010 09:05, Johan Corveleyn wrote:
>> On Tue, Sep 14, 2010 at 5:55 PM, zoe slattery<zoe.slatt...@gmail.com>
>>  wrote:
>>> When you get to the Hursley site you will need to follow the signs to the
>>> 'Club House', it's quite well sign posted and well away from the main
>>> buildings. It would be great if everyone could make it in time for the
>>> evening meal on Friday - this will be at about 19:00.
>>> Just as a reminder - check this site for details about how to get to
>>> Hursley
>>> and other info http://sites.google.com/site/apacheretreat/home
>> Ok. I'll be arriving on Friday at 10:15 in London Heathrow. I plan to
>> take the train from there to Winchester. If all goes well, my ETA will
>> be about 13:00 or 13:30 in Winchester. From there maybe I'll take a
>> taxi (or share a taxi with someone?).
>> Unless there is an other/easier/cheaper/faster way to get from London
>> Heathrow to Hursley around noon?
> Yes - much better - take the bus www.nationalexpress.com
> This should take about 1hr 35, the train will likely take you into London
> and out again and be
> much more expensive.
>  Also: I have my return flight at 19:00 on Sunday (need to be at the
>> airport around 17:50). Right now I'm planning to take the train again
>> from Winchester to London Heathrow, but that takes 3h30mins :-(. So
>> I'll have to leave around noon to catch a train around 14:00. Is there
>> another way that will get me to London faster?
> Yes - bus again. I'm happy to drop groups in Winchester on Sunday ( can
> take 4 people in my car) and I think there will be other people driving so
> we can fix lifts or taxis if there is really no-one going....
>  Maybe I can ride along
>> with someone? It would be nice to know this in advance, to determine
>> whether I have to buy a return ticket for the train (which is cheaper
>> overall), or rather a one-way ticket ...
>> Cheers,

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