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Smart Traveler

Help! Two short layovers from Venice to Florida

by Smart Traveler »

Thank you Pheymont! It looks like everyone who complained about riding buses was going to the M hall and we should be fine if our gate is in K or L.

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billiv

RE: Help! Two short layovers from Venice to Florida

by billiv »

I wouldn't mind being stuck in Paris--if stuck long enough to go into the city.

Atlanta on the other hand--well, no comment.

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Smart Traveler

RE: Help! Two short layovers from Venice to Florida

by Smart Traveler »

LOL Bill. I guess that would not be a bad idea in some other citieswe have already been to and know well.

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Smart Traveler

RE: Help! Two short layovers from Venice to Florida

by Smart Traveler »

Does anyone know how to get "wheelchair service" (meaning golf carts, not actual wheelchairs) at CDG? My travel agent suggested using it. We are ambulatory but do not want to walk fast or risk getting lost.

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PHeymont

RE: Help! Two short layovers from Venice to Florida

by PHeymont »

Let Delta know that you need/want it. The airlines either provide, or arrange with airport personnel, depending.
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Smart Traveler

RE: Help! Two short layovers from Venice to Florida

by Smart Traveler »

Or in this case Air France. Who do I ask, a flight attendant?

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PHeymont

RE: Help! Two short layovers from Venice to Florida

by PHeymont »

Whichever airline wrote the itinerary. Call now, and ask customer service to put a note in the record. Yes, remind the staff at check-in and on the plane, but having it in the record ahead increases the likelihood of no misses.
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Smart Traveler

RE: Help! Two short layovers from Venice to Florida

by Smart Traveler »

Thanks Pheymont. The travel agent will arrange it.

All of the comments about going through passport control and security in Paris make me wonder if Mom could have booked an earlier flight out of Venice. If only I knew before it was booked . . .

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