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ETE: On GERMAN High-Speed Rail…

Clocking in at a speed of 250 km/hour (over 150 miles/hour), we took the famous German ICE train from Freiburg to Berlin. The scenic 800 mile trip was much nicer by rail than highway I would say! We had a minor mishap on the journey home though since we got off at the wrong Frankfurt station and missed our connecting ICE train back to Freiburg. But not a problem! We simply caught the next one only one hour later after negotiating new seats for our group of 25 American students who ALL managed to get off at the wrong stop.

This article is part of the Exploring Transportation in Europe series.

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