Like many of you, I am fond of train travel, and I’m not talking about the trains that run the northeast corridor of the United States, which are little more than commuter trains. I refer to the long haul trains west of Chicago, or even better, the old school trains of Central and Eastern Europe, with the isolated compartments. This video takes you on a walkthrough of a Romanian train on the move West through Transylvania from Sibiu to Timisoara, in the direction of Belgrade, Serbia, which we will cover in the next episode of Jay Talking Travel. Romania is a tremendously poor country, so you may be surprised at how nice the train is; much nicer than, for example, Italian trains

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