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Day 13 - Berlin: Not the best start to the day, having caught the train 🚞without reserved seating, so spent 2 hrs sitting on our backpacks or trying to move out of people’s way, who were trying to get passed 🤦🏼♀️. Come dinnertime, @tommy_t26 and I treated ourselves to a nice meal 🍽🍷🥩🥔🥗🍸 to remember our Dads on Father’s Day. We then went to see Checkpoint Charlie, came across the Houseball sculpture, The Brandenburg Gate & The Reichstag, which were all incredible to see up close!
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Day 1 🇸🇪 - here's some standard Instagram worthy shots
Not much more to say. A 2.5h train journey (that would have cost me 55 euro if I didn't have interrail holy shit imagine the money I would've been spending on train tickets, especially on the longer rides. At least italy was cheap enough on the short hops to not bother to use my trips). Arrived in Wien at 14, took the metro, arrived at the hostel.
This has to be the worst hostel I've been to so far. The bathroom & shower seem ok, thankfully, but the room is run down, wifi is spotty and there's been people with bedbugs in other rooms so fun times. Hopefully an isolated incident. Doesn't make me any less paranoid and itchy tho.
Sure some of the places I've been have seemed a bit run down and dated, but not like this. We'll see how the night goes before I make any final judgement.
Also, there's someone in the room who's stuff makes the whole room smell sweat. And I don't mean a little. I mean haven't washed clothes or showered in a month.
A short summary of my thoughts about my interraril journey.
I think interrail is a great opportunity for people with a true desire to travel across europe despite the feeling of stress surrounding the whole process.
For me my journey was supposed to be an eye opening expierience that taught me how to organize those kind of events in the future. And it was. Unfortunately, I am a person who CANNOT handle stress well and in many situations I felt sad and mad that I can't make everything the way I would like it to be. But again.... The whole expierience was pretty good and I enjoyed it.
Little tip for future travelers. During your trip remember and I repeat remember to check where the reservations are compulsory! The ticket does not grant you a seat on every train. Another really important thing is that you sometimes cannot make seat reservations using internet or machines on the station (I came across this problem when I was trying to book a seat from Mannheim to Paris). You have to do them in person. Because of that try avoiding traveling at night when most of the checkouts are closed.
I am grateful that I was given the opportunity of traveling with interrail ticket by #discovereu and I hope that there will be a lot of people who will also participate in this project 😘
Se acercan las vacaciones…. Hace 10 años preparábamos las mochilas para vivir la que creíamos ser la gran aventura de nuestras vidas: un interrail que nos llevó a descubrir Europa en tren durante tres semanas.
Pero...lo que no sabíamos era que la mayor aventura de nuestras vidas estaba por llegar: Ser mamás. 10 años después nuestras mochilas se llenan de pañales, de juguetes y de cuentos.
Planificar las vacaciones con hijos/as no es tarea fácil ¿Qué haremos?
📌Visitas a familiares 📌Campamentos de verano 📌Viajes en familia 📌Actividades en casa 📌Piscina
Y ¿qué más? Planificar un interrail es mucho más fácil …
Cuéntanos qué planes tienes para las vacaciones.
Seguiremos compartiendo algunas sugerencias para llenar este verano de emociones y recuerdos.
"I want to remain an eternal mystery to myself and others" King Ludwig of Bavaria ✨
My blog post detailing 48 hours in Munich is now live.... Where to: ⚫️stay
Plus what to see & do including King Ludwig’s magical castle of Neuschwanstein 👑
Link in bio 😘🙏🏻
Started the day with a lovely gf mozarella, tomato & pesto sandwich. Then headed to the cable car at the edge of the city. If you listen to #themagnusarchives you'll know the one I'm talking about. Fun times.
Anyway, headed up the mountain. Did a bit of light hiking, got some stunning pictures of the alps (the city was blocked by clouds), had a snack and then headed back down again.
Then I went to the museum in the house where Mozart wss born & grew up. That was pretty interesting, through there wasn't that much to look at and the tour felt pretty padded with unnecessary stuff.