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Am I nuts???  Shipping YM off to NYC on a bus, basically all alone in the world... eek.  Eek.  Definitely nuts.
 
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Wednesday, February 02, 2011 10:24 PM
Subject: From megabus.com: Your reservations have been made

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Thank you for making a reservation with megabus.com

This email confirms your reservation.

The reservation number provided below must be presented to our driver when you board the vehicle.

Your reservation summary for order #

Note: All prices are shown in local currency. All times shown are local time in that city.

Journey 1
Reservation for 1 passenger
Price paid: $47.00

Reservation Number
#

Trip information:
#
Depart Toronto, Toronto Coach Terminal at February #, 2011 #:00 PM arrive New York, 7th Ave & 28th St. at February #, 2011 #:45 AM

Journey 2
Reservation for 1 passenger
Price paid: $41.00

Reservation Number
#

Trip information:
#
Depart New York, West Side of 9th Ave between 31st St and 33rd St at February #, 2011 #:00 PM arrive Toronto, Toronto Coach Terminal at February #, 2011 #:40 PM

Fees

Booking Fee: $0.50

Fee Total: $0.50

Total Charge: $88.50

IMPORTANT INFORMATION

Reservation Confirmation

You must have your reservation number to board our vehicle, so please take  it with you. This reservation number entitles you to a seat on the trip you selected. Reservations for trips originating or finishing in Canada are sold in conjunction with Trentway-Wagar.

Luggage Policy

Passengers can only bring one reasonable sized suitcase (or other sealed equivalent) per booked seat. Any further luggage will be carried at the Operators discretion depending on space availability. Strollers and Medical items are excluded from this policy and can be carried in addition to the suitcase.

Check in Time

Passengers are required to be at their departure point at least 15 minutes before their trip is scheduled to depart. This allows megabus.com drivers to  board passengers in a timely manner avoiding any delays that may impact on the departure of the vehicle.

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The megabus.com team

 

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