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Userplayer33
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Rails and Sails routes Tue, 30 August 2022 20:11
Hello,
At Ticket to Ride Rails & Sails I have routes that goes over the world. A route like this is from Los Angeles to Honolulu. In this direction I have an arrow but I don't have arrow from Honolulu to Los Angeles, like from Tokio to Vancouver and back.
Is it possible to travel in both direction from Los Angeles to Honolulu and back?
Thank you!

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rasmussen81
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Re:Rails and Sails routes Tue, 30 August 2022 21:24
Userplayer33 wrote on Tue, 30 August 2022 11:11

Hello,
At Ticket to Ride Rails & Sails I have routes that goes over the world. A route like this is from Los Angeles to Honolulu. In this direction I have an arrow but I don't have arrow from Honolulu to Los Angeles, like from Tokio to Vancouver and back.
Is it possible to travel in both direction from Los Angeles to Honolulu and back?
Thank you!


I'm sorry, I'm not entirely sure what you're asking about. Are you wondering about Tour Tickets? Or are you just wondering if your trains are connected both directions from one side of the board to the other?

Thanks for any clarification you can provide.
      
Userplayer33
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Re:Rails and Sails routes Tue, 30 August 2022 22:26
I am referint if the routes are connected in both ways, even if theres are no arrow from the city.
If you look at the map you will see an arrow from Los Angeles to Honolulu but no arrow in opposite direction. In rules said that the rout have 2 direction, but here the arrow confusing me.
      
Userplayer33
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Re:Rails and Sails routes Tue, 30 August 2022 22:27
rasmussen81 wrote on Tue, 30 August 2022 22:24

Userplayer33 wrote on Tue, 30 August 2022 11:11

Hello,
At Ticket to Ride Rails & Sails I have routes that goes over the world. A route like this is from Los Angeles to Honolulu. In this direction I have an arrow but I don't have arrow from Honolulu to Los Angeles, like from Tokio to Vancouver and back.
Is it possible to travel in both direction from Los Angeles to Honolulu and back?
Thank you!


I'm sorry, I'm not entirely sure what you're asking about. Are you wondering about Tour Tickets? Or are you just wondering if your trains are connected both directions from one side of the board to the other?

Thanks for any clarification you can provide.


I am referint if the routes are connected in both ways, even if theres are no arrow from the city.
If you look at the map you will see an arrow from Los Angeles to Honolulu but no arrow in opposite direction. In rules said that the rout have 2 direction, but here the arrow confusing me.
      
rasmussen81
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Re:Rails and Sails routes Tue, 30 August 2022 22:34
For the purpose of completing your routes or connecting different cities, the direction doesn't matter. If pieces in your color go between two cities, you have connected those cities. So in this case, you have connected Los Angeles and Honolulu with one route and you can now focus on building out from there.

I hope this helps, and have fun!
      
Fomalhaut76
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Re:Rails and Sails routes Fri, 02 September 2022 20:19
Userplayer33 wrote on Tue, 30 August 2022 22:26

I am referint if the routes are connected in both ways, even if theres are no arrow from the city.
If you look at the map you will see an arrow from Los Angeles to Honolulu but no arrow in opposite direction. In rules said that the rout have 2 direction, but here the arrow confusing me.

The arrows show that the route continues on the other half of the map. There are such arrows at all routes across the Pacific ocean, and where needed the arrows go both ways.
      
Userplayer33
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Re:Rails and Sails routes Fri, 02 September 2022 20:24
rasmussen81 wrote on Tue, 30 August 2022 23:34

For the purpose of completing your routes or connecting different cities, the direction doesn't matter. If pieces in your color go between two cities, you have connected those cities. So in this case, you have connected Los Angeles and Honolulu with one route and you can now focus on building out from there.

I hope this helps, and have fun!


Yes, but at Honolulu there are no arrow. One of mu friend don't let me to cross the board in that direction because there is no arrow. I think the road route goes in both direction, even there is no arrow from Honolulu to Los Angeles. Is just from Los angeles to honolulu.
Here is a link with the map https://www.google.com/search?q=ticket+to+eide+rails+and+sai l&client=ms-android-oneplus-rvo3&tbm=isch&prmd=s imvn&sxsrf=ALiCzsYijiD_qqhL-4C5eBfgDmYzg4pybQ:1662142978 936&source=lnms&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwjLn8yO3fb5AhXjSv EDHeRfDVgQ_AUIGigC#imgrc=q0TJE4HHCB3qjM
      
OzMatt
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Re:Rails and Sails routes Sat, 03 September 2022 00:42
When you look at the map you see that there are routes that go to the edge of the map and will have an arrow where they point to the destination. On the other side of the map there will be a partial route with an arrow back the other direction. Those two parts make up one route.

For the routes with the arrow going to Honolulu you will see on the Honolulu side that there are no partial routes, making it difficult to put an arrow on something that isn’t there.

The lack arrows don’t mean you cannot “travel” in that direction. It just shows where the partially display route connects to.
      
    
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