Excellent! :) Train-related posts I keep meaning to do include how the English option on the NS ticket machines are essentially meaningless…has anyone else noticed this?
Nathalie in NL: I had not but now I’m going to have to check :)
I think in Belgium, you just expected to “know” things. Like street names, train schedules, etc., since they don’t seem to have them marked from what I’ve heard.
Alison – Typical. No street signs but chemists on every street corner (they are the one thing they have every where).
The dragonkeeper and I will have to check this out next time we are in Brussels Midi (Probably in the Summer) Is it a touch screen?
Ah, so that’s why the Fyra is never on time, if they reach their destination at all.
Dragon Lady – Yep. IT’s a huge touch screen in the middle of the platform.
Likeahike – I use the Fyra every day and it was on time… once… I think… I’m not sure… maybe I dreamed it.
I think the Network Map looks a little like a dinosaur.
Heather – There is something sort of Godzilla about it isn’t there.
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