We Miss the European Rail System

Now, probably more than ever, we miss the convenience and efficiency of the European rail system. Part of it is due to where we live in the United States, because the states are so large and it takes a long time to even get out of Colorado. When we were living in Germany, which is centrally located, we were able to take trains not only throughout the country, but to other countries as well. Because it was so easy to take trains to different places, we used to plan our weekend and buy our tickets using the DB (Deutsche Bahn) app on the day before we wanted to leave. With the option for private cabins, food cars, and in some cases, sleeper cars, the trains provided comfort as well as convenience. The scenery as the trains wound their way through the countryside was always amazing.

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Train Arriving to the Station
Train Station in Amsterdam
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Romanian Train Station
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Food Car
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Cargo Train at the Station
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Frankfurt Station Entrance
Scene from the Train Window as We Traveled to Strasbourg, France
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Train Coming into the Station
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First Class Cabin

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