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Subject: Re: help me fix this? Date: 9/23/2012 2:43 AM
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If you haven't looked at this site (http://www.seat61.com/index.html) I would check it out. Lots of good information regarding trains, how to buy tickets and things to watch out for.

Train tickets can be costly and you don't want to buy them from RailEurope. Also the sooner you get the tickets the cheaper they are. The discounted tickets should be bought a month or two ahead of time or they sell out at times and the prices get more expensive.

You could try Amsterdam-Munich and then Munich-Prague. I think the former is about 8 hrs and the latter is 7.5 hrs but I haven't done either route. Berlin and Prague are cities I'd like to visit one day but they always seem to be just a bit out of the way for me.

Personally I liked Bern better than Zurich because I thought Zurich was too much of a business city. I spent very little time in Zurich so my opinion shouldn't count much.

Going into the mountains bring better views. Interlacken is a popular spot. I spent a day in Grindelwald on the way up to Jungfroch but it was a smallish ski area.

Rich
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