27 thoughts on “At the station

  1. What a great variety of trains, Brian. I haven’t ridden a train for ages, although I’ve used the subway in Philadelphia when visiting our daughter there and that IS a train. I’d love to take a train ride across Canada one day or even across parts of the US, but it’s quite expensive. When my sister-in-law and brother-in-law lived in Provence, I’d fly into Paris, then take the TGV to Avignon. That was quite nice. Now that they live in NE France, I fly into Basel and they pick me up although I did have to take a train once when the flight was cancelled. 🙂

    janet

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      1. I buy a rail pass here before I go….10 journeys over 30 days I think so just travel from town to town but always First Class as it’s more comfortable and added perks 🙂

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      1. Sorry about my late response. The time change has gotten me a bit wonky on time management.
        My sisters restaurant was a full setvice restaurant. It was a bit fancy but the food was authentic Puertorriquen food. It was near the hotel district in San Juan which made it very popular with tourists. She’s closed down now due to her hubby’s passing. Hope your have a wonderful Wednesday. Be Safe 😷 … Isadora 😎

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