What is the difference between the 2 sentences:
1. If you take the train to Tokyo Disneyland from here, you have to change 3 times.
2. If you take a train to Tokyo Disneyland from here, you have to change 3 tmies.
Does #1 imply that there is only 1 train that goes to Disneyland from here & does #2 imply that there are several?
I have a different opinion. To my ear it sounds like take a train means you'll be on only one train, and take the train means rail travel in general.
I usually take a train when I go to New York.
When I travel in Europe, I prefer to take the train.
Without knowing the context perfectly, though it may well not make any difference, I don't think that either suggests that there's only one train or several trains.