Bussiness for accomodating able adults
I’ve been riding Amtrak since before there was an Amtrak. It’s slow travel; scenic, relaxing and sometimes adventurous, but never boring. For train people, the trip begins when you step onboard, settle in and wait for that slight forward lurch as the wheels engage, signaling your journey has begun.
My room was already made up; the bed stowed into the wall and chairs popped back up.A current USA Today was neatly folded on my chair and a fresh hand towel was placed above the sink.In case someone feels the need to shower, there is a public shower room in each sleeper car. On really long-haul trips, I’ll grab my shampoo and conditioner and head over to the shower room.(A brief hiccup from my vegan agenda.) pm – Upon returning to my compartment, my bed had been turned down, an extra pillow added (at my request), shades closed and the tiny reading light above my bed lent a welcoming glow to the room.Trusty Kindle in hand, I read for a while, peeked out from the shades to see where we had stopped (Florence, SC).