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iDBUS Paris to London

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Looking on maps.google for a couple of places I want to visit next month, I accidentally asked it to tell me how to get from Rue de Turenne, Paris, to the Rising Sun pub on Cloth Fair, London. It leapt to the task, and suggested taking the iDBUS from Paris Bercy to London's Victoria Coach Station. Apparently this trip could be done tomorrow morning for 39,00 €, and would take eight hours between the two stations. Wifi to while away the time.

I hadn't heard of this SNCF bus line, and never thought a bus would be possible between those cities. May I reveal my ignorance and ask how it gets across the English Channel? Eurostar is certainly faster, but the available tickets for tomorrow are $210 at the cheapest.

Any of you ever traveled this way? It looks like a boon for student types certainly.

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