R.I.P Craigos, you were a champion bloke. One of the best
R.I.P Fardin 'Bob' Qayyumi
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It took me 8 hours to get from Poland to the Czech Republic on a train. I was in Wroclaw though so had to go through the south of Germany.
My PB is Croatia, Italy, Slovenia in about 12 hours too. Just ducked over the border to Trieste in Italy to catch a train to Ljubljana.
I went Wroclaw across to Dresden, changed trains, then down through Usti Nad Labem at the top of the Czech Republic to Prague. Nearly missed the connecting train as there was a problem at the train station I was at and the train was diverted to Dresden Central (or something). It was only broadcast in German obviously so I had to ask a couple of German girls next to me what was happening. I'm glad it didn't happen in Poland as I'd probably still be standing there now.
Prague is good, went last november.
Last trip was Paris about 6 weeks back.
Going to Skegness Butlins for a stag weekend in July, then to Scarborough for a few days for the Scarborough festival and then the Dominican Republic with the missus for a fortnight in late Septmeber (hurricane season?)
Krakow > Wroclow > Through Czech Republic (got the stamp as well) > Was meant to end up at Breclav on the Czech and Austrian border, but I was asleep and missed my stop and ended up in some town in Austria > Said random town to Vienna > Vienna to Bratislava.
It felt like a mission and a half.
Off to SW France first thing in the morning. Boo yah.
Off to Geneva for 5 days to stay with my uncle in the summer. Should be interesting. Hoping to catch a train to Milan or Lyon one day as well.
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