Traveling on Rails - 30 Days, 30 Countries

amsterdam

Amsterdam

Back in the Netherlands! Just finished visiting my last destination: Amsterdam. I made it!!!! Although there were multiple difficulties along the way, I still completed my journey according to schedule – which was quite the effort.

eurostar

Eurostar London-Brussel

So…. almost home! I just wanted to make a small update about the most special train I took during my journey: the Eurostar from London to Brussels. Unfortunately it’s not included in your ‪#‎Interrail‬ pass, but it is an incredible relaxing way to travel

dublin

Dublin

Destination #29 – Dublin. In Dublin’s fair city, where the girls are soooo pretty. I first set my eyes on sweet Molly Malooooone, as she wheeled her wheelbarrow through streeds broad and narrow.

londen

London

Destination #28 – A very nice city. Unfortunately I didn’t have that much time left after being stuck in traffic for over 2 hours. To make it even worse, there was also a people-traffic-jam near the Big Ben

brussels

Brussels

Destination #27 – So… Brussels! I’m on my own again by the way, my dad has returned home safely after 7 days being with me. Brussels is actually pretty nice, as soon as you’re past the shock of the view on the train (dreadful).

Luxemburg

Luxembourg

Destination #26 – ….Still on schedule! I’m lacking behind with updates, but the last couple of hours have been tremendously interesting and agonizing. But first… I still have to update you about Luxembourg.

paris

Paris

Destination #25- Paris. Letté mê writtuh some-thingky aboûtteh París. Although we were there for a very very very short time (time flies in Paris!), we were still happy we could enjoy at least the number #1 tourist-attraction.

lissabon

Lisbon

Destination #24 – Lisbon. Currently I’m in Hendaye. Some place on the French-Spanish border, where the trains coming from Portugal/Spain end and the trains going to France start. Unfortunately all TGV’s were fully booked on Hendaye-Paris

madrid

Madrid

Destination #23 – Madrid. Madrid was nice! It felt like not too many people cared about the fact that Real Madrid did not became the champion of the Primera Division. It was rather busy with people in Madrid, while I would expected that more people would have been watching the match.

barca

Barca

Barrrrrca! Just wanted to let you guys know that we are currently flying on rails to Madrid, 300 km per hours! Barcelona was extremely sunny and fun. We’ve slept for 15 Euro’s in a hostel, including breakfast – just 10 minutes away from Camp Nou.