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    My sister used it and had a sleeper. It was about $400. Don't recall how long it took, but not always quicker than driving. Any sort of accident will delay the train and it happens sometimes.






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    Thanks Tink, just an option if we want to visit friends in DC, it's a long drive!














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    Quote Originally Posted by uscwest, post: 279933
    But are you going to be there? And BTW Lobster Fest is the weekend after we get back (20 Oct)
    I am trying to find another job currently so I have no idea what I'm going to be doing in Oct I would love to be at Disney for my bday but it's on a Wed this year so that throws my long weekend off :tongue: I believe Krista is going to Disney that weekend of Lobster fest.












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    Quote Originally Posted by britchick, post: 279944
    out of interest John how much is the auto train and how long does it take?
    Jules the price varies depending on when you book and what kind of vehicle you take. Our one way trip without a sleeper, booked 5 months in advance is $345.40. The price keeps rising the closer it is to your actual trip and during certain periods (i.e. winter) it is even higher.

    Quote Originally Posted by Tink, post: 279959
    My sister used it and had a sleeper. It was about $400. Don't recall how long it took, but not always quicker than driving. Any sort of accident will delay the train and it happens sometimes.
    That sounds like a good deal Tink.

    The train leaves both stations at 4PM and gets in at both stations at 9:30AM so it is about 17 1/2 hours. For me it takes longer than driving, but I don't get near as tired.





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