Go to Cascadia and interact with the terminal beside the sealed door that contains the item you're looking for (it's within a building). You must use the password to bypass the system, and the door will expose a lift that will transport you to Rizzo's Secret Laboratory.
From there, go up the stairs and enter Rizzo's lab. Talk to him until he gives you the Seeker Navi, which allows you to travel between planets using stars as constellations.
You can find Cascadia in the Southern Ocean world.
Take the suburban train from Cais do Sodre, which is connected to the metro (green line). Take the last stop, Cascais Station. The town is right outside the station. Make use of the Viva Viagem card. There are also buses available at various locations around the town.
Cais do Sodré is a large suburb of Lisbon with plenty of shops, restaurants, and bars. Most visitors pass through on their way to or from Sintra, but it's a beautiful area itself. The beach is clean and there are many sports opportunities nearby. In addition, there are several castles in the vicinity that are worth seeing.
The journey takes about an hour. An alternative route is by car via the A1 motorway. It's about 80 km from Lisbon to Sintra and takes approximately an hour and 40 minutes.
There are two ways to get from Sintra to Lisbon: by bus or by train. The fastest option is by train because they run frequently; however, the price of the ticket is high. If you're looking for a cheaper option, take a bus. There are buses that go between Sintra and Lisbon every 20 minutes during peak hours and every 60 minutes off-peak. The trip takes about an hour.
When you reach Lisbon, follow the signs to "Estação do Rossio".
It's unclear how they got in; with the exception of the roughly mile and a quarter of tunnels that are officially open to the public (in which, it should be noted, no one has ever gotten lost, according to an operator of the Catacombs Museum in the aftermath of the story), it's been illegal to enter...
...but yes, they're there if you know where to look. The secret passages run for almost a hundred miles beneath the streets of Paris, under public parks and private homes. If you follow them, they will take you anywhere from several feet to thousands of feet below ground.
In other words, don't do what I did and just start walking into these things blind. That'll get you lost very quickly. Instead, read up on the history of the city before you go exploring, find out where these tunnels lead, and make your way there in an organized manner.
Also note that some parts of the network are off-limits because of danger from natural gas or other hazards. Don't go wandering around if you hear noises or see light at the end of the tunnel. There can be serious consequences to doing so.
Finally, remember that people who work in these tunnels have lost their lives while looking for other ways through or around the obstacles in front of them. Be careful not to cause an accident by going down the wrong passage or entering the wrong room!
The Metro is a great way to get to the Paris Catacombs. Simply leave at Denfert-Rochereau and you'll be right at the door. The journey takes about an hour and a half.
You can also take a bus from Châtelet-Les-Halles or Gare du Nord. The last one stops running before midnight so make sure you get back before then! All routes are clearly signposted. Buses cost €7.50 each way, but tickets can be bought in advance online for less (€5.50).
The best way to see the catacombs is by taking a guided tour. These run daily at 11 a.m., 1 p.m. and 4 p.m. and include a visit to several galleries with more than 7 million bones belonging to victims of plague, war and natural disaster. Tickets are €12 for adults, €10 for students and free for children under 12. Children under four are not allowed inside the galleries so bring a baby monitor (or use your phone if it has voice dialling).
Catacombs tours in other languages: French, Italian, Spanish, German, Japanese, Chinese, Dutch, Russian and English.
Return to Traverse Town before proceeding to the next world after locking Wonderland and Deep Jungle (Olympus Coliseum isn't required). Begin by visiting the alleyway in the second district. Talk to the old man there and he will tell you that Bobo has gone missing.
Search for Bobo through out the town but cannot find any trace of him. If you talk to everyone in town then return to the old man again and he will tell you that someone saw a monster in the deep jungle last night. Go to the deep jungle then click on the spot where he told you about it. A cut scene will show up with Bobo being attacked by something.
Find out that this is only a dream and wake up. Your home town has been destroyed by an earthquake and you have to start over. You can choose to keep or delete your save data.
Because you are leaving from the northern side of Venice, using the vaporetto from the ACTV docks at Fondamente Nove is the shortest method to get to Murano. The Murano Faro station on the island of Murano is about 9 minutes away from Fondamente Nove. There is also a ferry that leaves from near the San Giorgio Maggiore church in Venice every 30 minutes.
The faro has buses that run between 6 am and 11:30 pm every 20 minutes or so to most parts of Murano. The trip costs 3 euros per person and takes about 25 minutes. Buses leave from in front of the main train station on Via Garibaldi in Venice. A single ticket covers all stops along the way.
If you want to walk to Murano, it's a 15-minute journey. Take the water bus to Fondamente Nove, then walk towards the sea until you reach the Murano Faro stop. From there, take the green line bus to the first stop after the airport; it'll drop you off right by the Accademia museum.
You can also take a vaporetto from the San Marco station if you want to visit other parts of Venice. But be aware that these boats only run once an hour, so they aren't the best option if you need to get to Murano regularly.
You must ascend and descend the ladder. DO NOT TURN LEFT as you walk down the trail. Just keep going down and you'll eventually come upon another ladder. Go down—the cave opening at the bottom is where Luigia lives (you need a silver wing to get to him.) To leave a comment, you must must log in or register. It's fast and free.