Re: [76attendees] transport from Hiroshima airport to hotel

Keith Davidson <keith@internetnz.net.nz> Mon, 02 November 2009 22:00 UTC

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Subject: Re: [76attendees] transport from Hiroshima airport to hotel
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Always you clear customs at the point of entry into the country.

I didn't think you could connect from Narita to Hiroshima for a domestic 
flight, and that flights from Tokyo to Hiroshima depart from Haneda 
airport, which is about 1 hour by train away from Narita airport?

Keith Davidson


Ben Campbell wrote:
> If you connect through Narita on to Hiroshima, do you go through customs 
> and immigration in Tokyo or in Hiroshima?
> 
> On Nov 2, 2009, at 2:45 AM, Ronald van der Pol wrote:
> 
>> On Thu, Oct 15, 2009 at 16:36:55 +0200, Akira Kato wrote:
>>
>>> If you will be arriving via an International fligt, the bus
>>> may not change the schedule. When you miss the last bus departure,
>>> there is no nice way to get your hotel.
>>
>> This happened to me last evening. My flight from Seoul was delayed
>> by more than an hour and I arrived ar Hiroshima airport at 21:30.
>> Fortunately, I still could get a bus. I got one to the bus center
>> at 21:50.
>>
>> I noticed a few things that might be useful to others who are
>> in a similar rush. So these are NOT complaints. I am enjoying
>> the visit so far.
>>
>> The immigration, customs and baggage reclaim procedures went
>> very quickly. I think I went through them in less than 15 minutes.
>>
>> You can buy a ticket in the bus with cash. Credit cards are not
>> accepted in the bus.
>>
>> The bus ticket vending machines in the domestic terminal did not
>> seem to accept credit cards. However, there is a shop right next
>> to the vending machines that sells bus tickets and takes credit
>> cards.
>>
>> There was bus personal at the bus stop that was helpful and
>> spoke English.
>>
>> There did not seem to be an ATM at the domestic terminal.
>>
>> Avoid window seats in the bus. The heating is on the floor
>> at the window side and it was probably at full capacity. It
>> was uncomfortably hot in the bus, dispite that I was only
>> wearing a T-shirt. Many public places seem to be quite warm
>> (~ 25 Celsius), so be sure to pack some T-shirts.
>>
>>     rvdp
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