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Of course, the entire staff, management, sales reps, editors, photographers, receptionists, and bartenders at Trans for America, warmly welcome the internet’s latest transportation contributor.

European Train Travel Maven Starts Europass 365 Blog

With the Europass 365 Blog readers can keep up with the latest European train travel issues and Europass news. Blog covers topics like finding European rail travel news, European train travel routes or obtaining the right Europass travel rate.

Phoenix, AZ — (SBWIRE) — 12/28/2007 — European train travel and Europass advocate, Merilyn Dwornik, has partnered with Neekam company to create the Europass 365 Blog. This blog will act as a source of information and networking for finding Europass news, Europass rates, Europass supersaver, European train travel, European train stations, European train timetables, European train railways, Eurail pass, Eurail passes and more!

Ms. Dwornik says, “There is no wrong place to travel with a Europass. It’s not that you should completely forego seeing the wonders of Europe, but you don’t have to play connect the dots with them either. Go somewhere for what you are looking for, whether it’s to see tourist attractions, make friends or find the cheapest wine. With a Eurorail pass you can push yourself out of your comfort zone. Meet people and put yourself out there. Immerse yourself in the culture directly; get under the skin of place. The more you learn, the more enriching your experience will be.”

This blog seeks to add to the publicity surrounding the choosing the right Eurorail pass, locating a good European train travel route, and seeking the best Europass rates, as well as help focus awareness on European train travel issues that exist.

According to Ms. Dwornik the http://europass365.com Blog also stresses ease of use, “The Eurorail pass makes travel on the continent even easier and at prices much, much more attractive as those offered by the airlines. Another advantage for rail passengers is brief check-in times for Europass services and no problems about baggage reclaim at the other end because you take your luggage with you.”

With the United Kingdom at last joining the high-speed rail club with its almost 200-mile-an-hour link from the Channel Tunnel to St. Pancras, European rail travel is enjoying something of a rebirth in Europe. Long queues at airports, irritating baggage restrictions and sheer overcrowding are making the flight experience a truly miserable one these days.

The Europass 365 Blog helps interested people stay abreast of the latest news Europass issues, European train travel and more.

Filed under: International High Speed Rail

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