As someone who doesn’t ever fly, train travel is almost as important to me as travel by cruise ships and river ships. Here you will find Amtrak train reviews and information and trains throughout in Europe.
Wonder how to take an Amtrak train to your cruise port? It’s all here. Plus train stations in Europe and how to get from the station to your cruise embarkation port.
Two full days. That’s how long it takes to travel 2,438 miles by train from Chicago to Emeryville, California. Slightly… View Post
As a committed non-flyer, Amtrak has played an important role for my travel experiences across America. For me to travel for a… View Post
Every cruise port in the USA can be reached by Amtrak. For those to love to cruise, life is easier… View Post
If a weeklong cruise isn’t enough, combine it with a luxury train adventure for the trip of a lifetime. This… View Post
Make the most of your next Amtrak overnight train trip. Not everyone can afford to spend their train journey in… View Post
With others seated around you, it’s important to be a good neighbor. For short journeys or budget-conscious travelers, coach is your… View Post
These Amtrak packing tips only need a little planning and careful packing. Imagine yourself all cozy in your little roomette… View Post
Crystal Serenity, Panama Canal cruise complete, docked at dawn at the San Pedro Cruise Port. One of the two ports… View Post
Forty hours, an ice storm and 2,250 miles of American history and landscapes. Travel across America on Amtrak Southwest Chief Chicago to Los… View Post
If you’re like me and don’t fly, there comes a time when your cruise ship doesn’t shove off from a… View Post
Yes, Virginia. There is wifi aboard Amtrak and at Amtrak stations. However, all of us who travel with smart… View Post
Train food plus train station food, a good bottle of wine and finally, real food. You have to be psyched… View Post
Across Europe by train to Bucharest for a Danube River cruise. For most people, getting to Bucharest, Romania for a Danube… View Post
What climbs nearly 3,000 feet, took 26 months to build and is the most popular tourist attraction in Skagway, Alaska? It’s… View Post