Taking Eurostar to Brussels, and then different train on to Luxembourg. Just arrived at King’s Cross / St. Pancras (not Pancreas ! although there are quite a few locals who calls this station Pancreas…)
It always confuses me. My initial perception is “this is a train journey”, and naturally feels ” arriving 15 min prior to departure should be (more than) enough!” where it isn’t. It says passengers should give 30 min MORE. There is Passport Control, because – of course – it is an international connection, therefore it feels as if being in an international airport.
I think it is because there is this mixture of experience i.e. it is train station but international and because it is international there is security check, because there is security check it feels like taking a flight, but because it is actually train service you can bring drinks and food on board…
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