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  1. LITTLEKID58

    LITTLEKID58 Platinum Castaway

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    HI

    This might be weird and maybe the wrong forum my Hubby and I are going to london in Nov we arriving in heathrow in the morning around 6:30. We are trying to surprise My daughter and family they are station in RAF Lakenheath what will be the best transportation from the airport to there will it be the train if so what train stop will it be. I tried to look at the website and could not figure it out. I probably will have more questions since it will be our first time in London and we will probably go to disneyland Paris finger crossed.. We are going to be there for 3 weeks
     
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  3. queendisney

    queendisney DIS Veteran

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    You will more then likely have to catch the train or london underground into London (kings cross) to then catch the train back out to Thetford. From Thetford you will need a taxi. Be warned though, our train tickets are NOT cheap. You might also want to look at maybe catching a coach from either London Victoria coach station or from Heathrow to Thetford or near by.


    http://coach.nationalexpress.com/?n...0f6-4e4e-8118-d27090bf9956&ChangeJourney=true
    http://ojp.nationalrail.co.uk/service/planjourney/search

    Have a great time in the UK..
     
  4. Danauk

    Danauk <font color=green>I would be sitting on the patio

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    If you are going to catch at train from Kings Cross you can get a tube direct from Heathrow to Kings Cross on the Picadilly line. That part of the journey should take around an hour.

    If you are going to go to Disneyland Paris you can catch the Euro Star direct from St Pancras International Station (shares the same tube station as Kings Cross) direct to Disneyland Paris. Or you can catch the Euro Star to Paris and transfer on to the RER to get to DLRP station. The Disneyland Paris station is right by the park entrance. This will not be cheap to do though, travel costs in the UK are very high and DLRP is also very expensive.
     
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  6. LITTLEKID58

    LITTLEKID58 Platinum Castaway

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    :)THank you all so much these websites help us alot.. way cool...
     

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