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  1. Does anyone know EXACTLY where the Princess bus transportation from Le Verdon drops off passengers in Bordeaux? Is it near the Tourist Information Center in the City Center? Princess has no clue since it's not an actual excursion but rather just bus transportation labeled as "Bordeaux On Your Own."
  2. Does anyone know EXACTLY where the Princess bus transportation from Le Verdon drops off passengers in Bordeaux? Is it near the Tourist Information Center in the City Center? Princess has no clue since it's not an actual excursion but rather just bus transportation labeled as "Bordeaux On Your Own."
  3. Thank you. I had assumed that the blue dot was pointing to the Portland port. I didn't realize it was pointing to the shuttle drop-off point in Weymouth. So there is not a map of the actual port area in Portland? Alan
  4. As I stated, the map is indeed clear. However, the location of where the shuttle drops you off after leaving the port is shown only in the insert -- which is not shown in enough detail. Alan
  5. The map is clear regarding where the pier is located, but there is not enough detail to determine where the shuttle bus drops you off in Weymouth. Alan
  6. Where EXACTLY is the shuttle drop-off point in Weymouth? Alan
  7. We will take a taxi from the airport to the city center. We are staying at Hotel Liabeny. Where are you staying? Alan
  8. We are doing the reverse of your trip. We are flying into Madrid pre-cruise, staying for 5 nights, then taking the AVE train to Barcelona, staying at a hotel at the SANTS train station for 2 nights, then taking a taxi to the cruise port. Keep in mind that you should book your train tickets online well in advance. The Renfe website is difficult to use; I recommend https://loco2.com/en/. The prices are identical. To get to Plaza Mayor, I recommend taking a taxi. Otherwise, you would have to transfer from the Atocha AVE side of the train station to the Cercanias side of the station. The Cercanias trains are the local (suburban) trains. You can expect a significant walk (including going up or down stairs). To take the local train, you would need to take Line 1 to the Sol (Puerta del Sol) stop (4 stops) and then walk about a 1/4 mile (350m). See the following Google map: https://www.google.com/maps/dir/Madrid+-+Atocha+Cercanias,+28045+Madrid,+Spain/Plaza+Mayor,+Madrid,+Spain/@40.412029,-3.7023697,16z/am=t/data=!3m1!4b1!4m15!4m14!1m5!1m1!1s0xd42262445cdd817:0x3947f9c28d65035b!2m2!1d-3.6889689!2d40.4071782!1m5!1m1!1s0xd42287ed85fe0d9:0xd202c4f0d67625e8!2m2!1d-3.707023!2d40.4156181!3e3!4e1 Another option is to walk approximately 1.25 miles (2 Km) from the train station to Plaza Mayor. Considering that you will have luggage from a cruise, I strongly recommend a taxi. Alan
  9. All 2020 Transatlantic cruises (Spring and Fall) became available on November 8. Alan
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