Jan 08, 2020, 06:39 PM
As an unwieldy high school exchange student I took an overnight train (8 bunk "couchette" booking, I think) from Amsterdam to Stuttgart (or was it Munich?) after a dodgy rail/ferry crossing from London. I spent the night in the corridor because there were fewer smokers out there and a much better...
Jan 08, 2020, 04:29 PM
Couple the above with a (stupidly-priced as ever) Eurostar, a 150 Euro TGV by Oui.sncf (in First Class) from Paris to Munich and you have crossed virtually all of Europe in about 21 hours in genuine comfort and with the opportunity to work properly with on-board Wi-Fi (or savour the landscapes o...
Jan 08, 2020, 03:47 PM
A current example (bought this week): Munich to Budapest-Keleti Distance about 700kms, so roughly 90 minutes flying time. Except that isn't how long flying takes, is it? ÖBB's EuroNight #463 departs München Hbf at 23:30, and arrives right in the middle of Budapest at 09:19 the next day....
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