Wherever you’re going on holiday, remember to pack travel insurance. Get instant cover online today. After a relaxing afternoon passing through some great scenery the train glides into Munich at 21.30, the end of the line for this service. Munich is not a particularly modern or beautiful station, but it has a huge number of platforms. This leg has been easy, comfortable and shows off all that is good about European high speed rail.
Sewing machine. If you have one and know how to use it, that is. I sew with a needle and thread as I do not know how to handle a sewing machine, but my mother always tells me that I sew like a sewing machine because my stitches are so clean. But if you think it’s too hard to do it by hand, of course a machine will work!
On platform 4 I’m greeted by two old carriages, the style that have mini compartments. The engine is coming – I can see it in the distance. This is all good. I’m joined by a Taiwanese lady headed somewhere that neither of us can pronounce. She is lovely and we have much in common, so it’s a shame she is getting off soon. Before we depart the woman from the ticket office hops on as well, she is now acting as our conductor. She brings with her an amazing bit of news for me. My next leg, that was to be by bus, will in fact be by train. That means I’m on trains all the way to the Turkish border. I’m not sure if this is because there are no engineering works at the weekend, but I suspect more likely is that the bit of paper I was given in the Bucharest ticket office relates to train travel in the Byzantine period.
Try using a heat pad to ease back pains and sciatica symptoms. Heat pads can be thin enough to be comfortable when driving. They deliver a constant therapeutic heat which can be good to ease back pain and sciatica. Some cars may have heated seats which can help.
This one came as a real shock to me during my trip! I am of European descent, so I knew that when I was traveling in India and Southeast Asia that I would stick out as a tourist just from my skin color. But I assumed that I would easily fit in with all the other white folks while I was in Europe. Wrong!
Our grand kids love this journal. The girls love the pink colour of course but also the elastic strap that holds the journal together and keeps the pages from getting disintegrated. The pages are soft to the touch when you write making the experience much more pleasant.