We haven’t made any rail reservations for our trip, although we plan to take six trains, all of them in the first half of the trip. Almost all of the trains will be in Eastern Europe, which has been the center of the migration of Syrian refugees seeking a better life in the more affluent … Continue reading Yikes! That’s Our Train…..
Thanks to lower fuel prices, some transportation expenses are declining. This has made our trip to Europe financially appealing. We have 6 flights, including Boston to Copenhagen via Iceland, with a return via Paris/Iceland/Boston. Additionally, we have four other flights within Europe, three on EasyJet and one on Norwegian Air. All of these are discount … Continue reading Planes, Trains & Automobiles
As we planned this trip, the biggest question from family and friends is how we can reasonably visit 16 countries in a month’s time. First of all, the entire European Union (EU) covers an area roughly 40% of the United States. Travel is less expensive, and, of course, distances are relatively short. Public transportation, especially … Continue reading 16 Countries? Really?