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I am trying to book a roundtrip ticket from Chicago O’hare (ORD) to Mumbai, India (BOM). Traveling on Aug 9th and returning on Aug 24th. Now, I’ve been looking for several days (almost 10days!) for ways to book this itinerary I found on ITA. All other websites like Expedia, Kayak, Travelocity, Momondo, RouteHappy, and even google flights are quoting around $1200 roundtrip cost, sometimes as low as $1150. But the ITA Matrix website shows me several options, the lowest is $916 roundtrip.

Screenshot for the trip from ORD to BOM

You can see there are several flights in the $900 range.

from BOM to ORD

For the return trip there is only one option to get the low price.

Selecting the flights this is what I get:
Final itineraryThe codes used to buy this itinerary

I’m not sure how to use the fare codes the ITA website provides to purchase this itinerary.

These are some of the things I have tried to book the complex multi-carrier flight from ITA:

My first method was to try coding into HIPMUNK, using the multi-city option, my departure, connections, airlines flights number and dates. Following this method: http://maphappy.org/2013/10/book-google-ita-matrix-flights-using-hipmunk/

coding the segments into HIMPUNK

And the results page:

results from HIPMUNK

Here’s what my code into HIPMUNK looks like:

ORD::LH9151 FRA LH756 for the first journey and

BOM::LX155 ZRH SN5104 BRU SN8803 for the return trip.

Don’t think I’m making any mistakes in coding it, but there are two adjustments I also made which failed:

  1. I used the dates of the first leg of the flight then tried using the other dates as well. So for example Aug 9th and Aug 10th.

  2. I used the codes for the operating carriers and when it didn’t work, the marketing carrier leaving the flight number unchanged.

This always returned no results. Breaking up the itinerary to just the oneway from ORD to BOM worked but gave me a price of $624. For some reason the second return trip was creating problems. I tried breaking he return trip down into different segments but no luck. Anyone knows why the return trip is creating difficulties? Coding issues/ hipmunk doesn’t have such a large database?

Then I tried method 2: Calling up the airlines

United was able to find all the segments, even price it correctly sometimes (sometimes not) and gave me a confirmation number. I was to call them in 12hrs to check if they were able to procure the seats but when I did call they were not able to get the seats for the SWISS flight from BOM to ZRH and/or from ZRH to BRU. I’ve tried this at least 5 times changing small things everytime, but the same result. It seems Lufthansa waits for SWISS to confirm the seats but SWISS doesn’t respond in time and I’m not able to book.

I tried calling Lufthansa but they were not even able to find the segments and instead told me to look at booking online where I will be able to find it cheaper.

Any insights into the methods that failed or suggestions on how to book this itinerary at the $900 price will be much appreciated. Thanks in advance.

database design – ERD for yearly budget ceiling advice

Honestly this looks like a classic hierarchical problem that can usually be solved with a single table of each unique item and a separate self-referencing table that holds each parent-child relationship. This is a common problem in the manufacturing industry but evidently applicable even in budgeting use cases.

So you have a series of items that are all similar in object definition but just differ in hierarchy, a Program, Activity, Sub-Activity. Rather than defining separate tables for each, you should have a single table perhaps called BudgetItems, that would store the unique list of each of those objects. That table can have a separate field that identifies the type of object it is, BudgetItemType. (It would have it’s Id and Name columns as well.)

Then you should have a table that stores every possible parent-child relationship between all BudgetItems, perhaps called BudgetItemHierarchy (or whatever better name you find appropriate). It would have two columns, BudgetItemParentId, and BudgetItemChildId, both foreign key references to your BudgetItems table. There would also be a BudgetAmount column that corresponds to the amount budgeted for the BudgetItemChildId.

Having these two tables in place will allow you store any number of budget objects and budget object types, without having a number or redundant tables. Then in most modern relational database management systems, you can use recursion, such as a recursive CTE to calculate any list of BudgetItems for any subset or full set of their hierarchy with all their individual BudgetAmounts at each level, and even the rolled up sum across any number or all levels.

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budget – How to visit Wieliczka salt mines and the Auschwitz KZ from Krakow?

Well, I would like to present some different, than Mark’s & Piotr’s, point of view.

Yes, it is possible to do the single trip with Auschwitz and Wieliczka in one day!

Hiring a car, taking an organized trip, or just get Uber/Bolt/Freenow/cheap taxi (see below sections) would be my recommendation. Public transportation would be cheaper but yet more challenging option. It requires more free time and take-ins, but it is not impossible.

You may also get a bicycle trip. Having 5.5 – 8 hrs. spare time (depending on the month) and 80 km distance, you can get to Wieliczka by bicycle.

NOTE that Auschwitz in Polish language is Oświęcim. In Poland, Auschwitz name is considered more as the concentration camp and Oświęcim as both camp and the city.


The Auschwitz concentration camp opening hours varies month by month and are:

  • 8:00 AM – 2:00 PM December
  • 8:00 AM – 3:00 PM January, November
  • 8:00 AM – 4:00 PM February
  • 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM March, October
  • 8:00 AM – 6:00 PM April, May, September
  • 8:00 AM – 7:00 PM June, July, August

Also note:

These are the hours of entrance to the Museum. A visitor may stay on the site of the Museum 90 minutes after the last entrance hour (i.e. 5.30 in February or 8.30 in July)

Time needed for Auschwitz-Birkenau concentration camp is 3.5 hrs:

As a minimum, however, at least three-and-a-half hours should be reserved.

Please note that Wieliczka has a single salt mine. Another salt mine open to sightseers in the region is Bochnia Salt Mine which is located slightly more than 40 km (~25 mi) from Kraków.

Wieliczka Salt Mine opening hours for the “Tourist Route” are:

The route is open from 09:00 am to 05:00 pm, and the tour in
English-speaking takes place at the following times: 10:00 am, 11:00
am, 12:00 pm, 01:00 pm, 02:00 pm, 03:00 pm, 04:00 pm, 05:00 pm

The closing hour means “hour of closing ticket desks and last group of tourists entering the mine.”

Please note that alternative routes (Miners’ Route, Pilgrims’ Route, Group Adventure, The Mysteries of the Wieliczka Mine) have different schedules.


I’d suggest to start with Auschwitz-Birkenau concentration camp.

Starting from 8:00 AM + 3.5 hrs = 11:30 AM.

Assuming the last entry to Wieliczka Salt Mine is either 7:30 PM or 5:00 PM, that gives you consecutively 8 or 5.5 hours of time (depending on the month) for getting from Auschwitz to Wieliczka.

The distance from Auschwitz to Wieliczka is approx. 80 km (~50 mi). The route can be taken via “A4” highway and it takes, in the optimistic scenario, 1 hour. You may use Google Maps which calculates pretty accurate traffic in Poland. I wouldn’t expect much traffic in the noon/afternoon time.


🚗 Car

Hire one and you will have a plenty of free time. Remember to use Google Maps to avoid tolls and traffic.

🚌/🚃 Bus, Minibus & Train

Whether you go by bus, minibus or train, if you want to check timetable online, you should probably look for:

  • From: Kraków Kraków Główny Kraków Dworzec Główny
  • To: Oświęcim

That may be obvious, but some may want to look for Auschwitz rather than Oświęcim.

Direct and indirect connections

Go to the e-podroznik (English language available) and check the route for your destination. There are many options available and the website lists the travel time, walking time, transport type, prize and option to buy a ticket online (for some routes).

From-To Auschwitz

Schedules:

As per Auschwitz Memorial & Museum official website:

The Museum is located on the outskirts of the city of Oświęcim on
national road 933 (note: entry to the parking lot is at Stanisławy
Leszczyńskiej Str. no. 16). The Museum is about 2 km. from the train
station and can be reached from there by local buses.

Transportation between camps is as following:

Communication between former Auschwitz I and Birkenau concentration
camps

Auschwitz I and Auschwitz II-Birkenau are situated 3,5 km from each
other.

Car parks

There are paid car parks available near both former concentration
camps.

Museum Bus

Every hour the museum bus shuttles from one concentration camp to
another. Departures from the former Auschwitz concentration camp:
between April – October every 15 minutes, between November – March
every 30 minutes. No bus fare is required.

TAXI

Taxi services are provided by HALO TAXI company. You can find a taxi
at the taxi rank in front of the Museum entrance. You can also call a
taxi using the following phone number: +48 32 19 194.

By foot

The three kilometre distance between the former concentration camps
can be covered by foot (through streets: Leszczyńska and Wyzwolenia),
crossing the by-camp premises, where during the occupation were German
industrial plants and workshops, warehouses, offices and technical
backrooms, in which the prisoners would work and die. There are
preserved remains of a few railway sidings and ramps (link to
Judenrampe), where the trains with deportees would stop and the
members of the SS would make the selections.

From-To Wieliczka

Schedules:

As per official website:

Almost all underground routes begin at the Danilowicz Shaft located in
the area of the Mine. Only The Miners’ Route and the Mysteries of
Wieliczka Mine start from the Regis Shaft located in the centre of the
town.

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☂ Organized Tour

There are many organized tours in Kraków, so you may easily reach one and ask for a single day tour.

Example: Cracow City Tours organizes a full day trip to Auschwitz and Wieliczka.

🚕 Taxi, Uber, etc.

You may also try Uber, Bolt or FreeNow.

I’ve just checked Uber and Bolt options — it costs around 275 PLN to get from Oświęcim to Wieliczka.

If not, you may try to call either iCar or Mega Taxi, which are the cheapest and the most reliable taxi options. Both taxis have mobile apps, so you may use these as well.

🚴‍♀️ Bicycle

It’s around 80 km to get from Auschwitz to Wieliczka, so… why not biking. Having 5.5 – 8 hrs. spare time (depending on the month) and 80 km distance, you can get to Wieliczka by bicycle.

You may use Google Maps for the bicycle trip, but Google Maps may do not find suitable path for your bicycle type. I’d recommend to use either Mapy.cz app (free option and you can choose between Mountain Bike and Road Bike) or Naviki (free with minimum options, but you can choose between plethora of bicycles: Everyday/Leisure/Mountain/Racing/S-Pedelec).

With avg. of 25 km/h, you will get to Wieliczka in less than 3.5 hours.


Also, I’m wondering if it will be cheaper and more cost-effective to join to an organized group or do it on my own?

Organized trip would cost you about twice as non-organised trip with public transportation. The cost of a single-day organized trip with tickets included is 260 PLN (~60 EUR). An entrance to Auschwitz-Birkenau concentration camp is free. An individual ticket for Wieliczka Salt Mine costs from 80 PLN (~20 EUR). Public transportation requires more take-ins and may be much more difficult, but still – it is doable.

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Decking is one of best ways to enhance the beauty of your garden. Today, people have choices to go with wood or composite decks. Both have their pros and cons.
Wood decks like timber decking are expensive as compared to composite decks. On the other hand, installation cost of composite decking may be costlier than wood decking. At the same time, maintenance of wood decks is costlier than composite ones. Talk to decking companies of your city to learn which one is the best for your garden.

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budget – Any tricks to get good deals on last minute travel plans?

So it is no secret that it is best to book your flight tickets/hotel room a month to a few months in advance. However, in the cases that one is trying to book a ticket less than a week in advance, what would be any tricks to try and pull off the seemingly impossible task of getting a good deal on flight/hotel reservations?

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