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perpignan rideshare?

hi everyone,

I’m looking to share a ride from barcelona to perpignan with someone driving up the morning of thursday (sept 1).

Please contact me offlist if you fall into that category.

much appreciated,


by [a former member] at 2005-08-19 11:41:01 UTC (ed. Mar 12 2008 ) New York City , United States | Bookmark | | Report spam→


jiro here. have you spoken to moises? he might be going, no?

by [former member] | 22 Aug 2005 05:08 | Brazzaville, Congo (RC) | | Report spam→
Hey Jasmine! I’ll let you know if I hear of anyone. I too need to find my way to Perpignan, but from Paris, on the 29th. Email me at lorettarae@yahoo.com if you can help. Thanks.

by [former member] | 22 Aug 2005 05:08 | New York City, United States | | Report spam→
Loretta, check the trains…I take a TGV from Brussels to Perp on the 28th…

by [former member] | 22 Aug 2005 10:08 | | Report spam→

I won’t be home, BCN, until Sept. 7th, and I don’t mind coming up from BCN to pick anyone up after the 7th to come back down to BCN. I have a Renault Migane, can fit 4 people, no problem. Sorry I couldn’t be of service before the 7th. Now with me, other than via train, I can stop at Figuires, Dali Museum if anyone likes, Cadaques, Dali home in Costa Brava, take A7 main freeway or down national II NII via the coastal route back to BCN etc. Anyways below is the train schedule as another option.

Another option is the train, here is the schedule below for that day. www.renfe.es English option, Couldn’t get the train prices, but I suspect less than 100 euros, San Sebastian First Class round trip is around 70 euros, and Geneve Switzerland is 200 aroundish Euros round trip.

If you decide the train option from Barcelona, you can catch a train at Sants Estacio BCN. You can get there via METRO LINE 3 green, and 5 blue, and also you can get there directly from the airport via the airport train to barcelona as well, so no problem with transportation from airport. Now at the train station, all foreign out of Spain travel ticket counters or on the left side of all tickets windows, grab a number quickly as I have waited up to 3 hours for my turn and other days just 30 minutes. They usually speak a little English, so you shouldn’t have any problems letting the ticket window know where you want to go and come back.
When you arrive at the BCN airport, in the middle section, is a people overpass to cross the road to the train station area, and I believe the cost is 1.05 euros each way, I haven’t used this in 4 years as I usually have a family member pick me up. 1.05 is the normal cost one way for metro, bus, etc, and a t-10 a 10 trip metro ticket is 6 euros something for a discounted rate, etc.

Schedule is below for that day, and if you need any other info let me know.


00073 Catalan Talgo 08:45 11:41 DIARIO
del 03-06-2005
al 16-10-2005

00460 Mare Nostrum 16:37 19:32 DIARIO
del 14-08-2005
al 10-12-2005

by [former member] | 22 Aug 2005 18:08 (ed. Aug 22 2005) | peaks island, maine, United States | | Report spam→
hello jasmine!
a great friend of mine is driving there friday late afternoon. if you do not find anyone for thursday and want to contact her…
Anna: +34 667 424 715

lourdes segade

by lourdes segade | 27 Aug 2005 06:08 | barcelona, Spain | | Report spam→
Hello Lourdes…nice to ‘see you’ on LS…I hope to see you in Perp as well…I’ll get there tomorrow night…hehe…

by [former member] | 27 Aug 2005 06:08 | | Report spam→
hey bruno
you’re stretching the time there…
i am arriving tomorrow at midday. see you around there.

by lourdes segade | 28 Aug 2005 02:08 | barcelona, Spain | | Report spam→

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