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<li>From 'Nation' bus station (also a metro stop) take bus 351* to 'Roissypole' located at Charles de Gaulle Airport (Terminal 3). It's the last stop and payment isn't required to enter the bus.You can BLACK RIDE on this bus both ways</li><li>From the coach station there (Gare routière), you can catch the 95.01 bus to Vémars, though this bus does '''not''' run on Saturdays, Sundays and public holidays. Ask inside at the ticket office/information desk for which parking number the bus will be at (D2 in Oct 2013). The ticket costs 2€.[BEWARE 95.01 does not work on public holidays and Sundays, so if that is the case then get down at QUEBEC because A1 ( going to Lille) highway cuts through the PARIS city multiple times and at this Petrol Station there is a higher chance of finding DUTCH Cars stopping and giving you a ride until another petrol station on the main highway, which is super busy and easy to find rides going to anywhere from Calias to Antwerp to Lille]</li>
<li>From the Vémars bus stop walk straight on 'Rue Pierre Curie' (D17) 400m until it merges with 'Rue de la Mairie.' Walk an additional 350m until merged with 'Rue des Vignolles' (D16).</li>
<li>On your left the A1 will be clearly visible, as will the 'Aire de Vémars Ouest' petrol station. From here is another 1.25km to any given entrance.</li>
Another useful recommendation is this website, where you can virtually create any route you want to take out of the city. Coupled with Google Maps, it's an excellent tool:
For 351 Bus Route refer to link below
*Note: The 351 bus service does not run on weekends, but the above link can help find an alternate route.

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