After spending the past six weeks speeding through Europe by train on a spontaneous, zigzagging, once-in-a-lifetime adventure, I think it’s time to make a list of train travel pros and cons. (Eeeeee! Do you like a good list as much as I do?! If your extremities are tingling in anticipation right now, then yes, you do. Want to join my support group?)
Eurail.com generously provided me with a first class pass (automatic for those of us over 26) valid for 10 days of travel within a 2-month period. I confess I’ve always been a bit intimidated by train travel and having now experienced Europe this way, I think I can fairly blame NYC for that. Confusing schedules, unpredictable route changes, delays and breakdowns made me quite content to stay on the island of Manhattan forever, thankyouverymuch. Europe by train was exponentially easier – even in countries where I didn’t speak the language.
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