German Train Carriages

The first class carriages in Germany are nice. Really nice. Much nicer than I remembered them to be when I was last here.

I've taken a first class pass simply because it came out to be EUR10 per day more expensive than the second class version. Considering that the average cost difference is EUR30-40 more expensive, and
considering that it's so much easier to find a seat in first class, I reckon this is a good deal.

Some differences are apparent. The seats are wider, with more variety. You have two-facing, four-facing, six-facing, and then with or without tables in between.

Some of them even have on-board radio and video, but you need to supply your own headphones.

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posted on Thursday, June 08, 2006 - permalink
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