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
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.
So….. me and my father were supposed to see each other around 10 PM in Milano Porta Garibaldi. You do need some knowledge on forehand to understand the whole story: network reception was bad, nobody spoke English, GPS apparently was not working, and the offline map of Italy was the ónly one that I forgot to download
Best update so-far: I’m speechless. Completely blown away by the utter beautiness of the rail line Chur-St. Moritz-Tirano…… You really should have this one on your #Interrail list..!
Lake Bled… I hate leaving this place.. I think the pictures will tell you enough, it’s drop-dead gorgeous. I have walked around the lake which was 6km in total.
Just an update. This was one of the most bizarre nights I have ever experienced… hence the long story, but first I want to tell you about a small intermediate stop I’ve made at Istanbul.
Woohooo!! Me and some other travelers from the Netherlands are on our way to Istanbul! For now the trains are perfectly on time – and that made us share our stuff together to make a special evening dinner:
So while I was in Norway, I decided to plan an extra trip from Oslo to Bergen. The rail line between Norway’s capital Oslo and Bergen is called the Bergensbanen. This was one of the highlights of my journey.
Tonight my ’30 countries in 30 days’ adventure has started! In Amsterdam I jumped on the train to my first destination: Copenhagen! NS International made some pictures of the start in Amsterdam which you can find below in this message.