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comment How to get from Lviv (Lvov) to Krakow by train on the cheap?
The more I research, the less I understand this route. E.g. Minsk-Vilnius is a similar route (albeit 1.5x shorter)... yet it is 4x cheaper (13EUR), 4x faster (2.5 hours), departs 3 times per day, the trains are more comfortable, and you can purchase the tickets on the official website. What's the matter with Ukrainian-Polish routes?
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comment How to get from Lviv (Lvov) to Krakow by train on the cheap?
@Tor-EinarJarnbjo At least they'll only inspect my belongings, not the couch and walls :) The main problem with the train is that reservation is compulsory, the tickets are only sold at local Ukraine counters, and I'll only reach Ukraine a week before departure to Krakow. It seems that to that moment all the tickets could well be already sold.
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comment How to get from Lviv (Lvov) to Krakow by train on the cheap?
@Tor-EinarJarnbjo, as I have read it, they need these 2 hours to tear the train apart, to search for the smuggled cigarettes in toilets etc. It takes approx. 3 hours from Mostiska to Przemysl (half an hour in Mostiska, half an hour en route, 2 hours in Przemysl). I thought it would be faster to cross the border on my own. Walking between these two stations (16km) is a bit too much; however, I heard that there are some other ways to get there? Mostiska-Border rail station is just 2km from the border; however, it is unclear how to get to Przemysl from there...
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comment How to suppress code analysis messages for all type members?
@ScottChamberlain In that comment, I was replying to your comment, not the original answer.
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comment How to suppress code analysis messages for all type members?
@ScottChamberlain There is no such problem with StyleCop, it seems that SuppressMessageAttribute on type changes analysis behavior for all members. CA1709 is integrated VS Code Analysis (FxCop) warning, not StyleCop one.
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