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Tue Jan 19 01:35:16 1982
air fares, eurail
        Well now that the groups started, I have a question: Is there
any way to keep track of air fares? Not only would it be nice to know
how to get from A to B cheapest, but also airlines seem to offer
bargains on random routes at random times. Is this only available to
travel agents?
        Also, re Eurail: there is also another pass, called interrail or
something, which you buy in europe and was cheaper when I knew about it.
I think it was invalid in the country where bought, so you had to be
careful about where you got it.
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