I'm a tourist visiting from England travelling on Amtrak from LA to San Diego and back again.
In my country, if you buy a round-trip ticket, you can 'break' the journey on the way back by getting off the train at any station stop before your final station and continue to journey at no extra charge.
I intend to by a round trip ticket from LA to San Diego and back again, but do a 'break' on the way back.
If I were to return from San Diego on my ticket to LA but get out at San Juan Capistrano and get back on a train there to LA a few days later, would my ticket still be valid?
And if not, would the price of a ticket from San Diego to San Juan Capistrano plus San Juan Capistrano to LA be equal to the price of a ticket from San Diego to LA?