I got to the train station in Madrid pretty early and inquired into changing my ticket for an earlier one. It worked and I arrived in Sevilla 2 hours earlier than I had planned.
Tuesday night I arrived in Cracow and was met at the train station by my very charming host Anna. What is it with Poles that makes them so welcoming? I’ll probably get lost when I arrive in Vienna, I’m not used to finding my way on my own anymore haha.
Prague is another of those cities where you don’t understand a thing of the language. Luckily for me, my cousin lives there. So, as I stepped off the train, I was greeted by him and then led safely to his flat without having to worry about finding my way around.
We got to Strasbourg this Saturday afternoon, my head still buzzing from the night out in Paris. We were bummed when we saw it was raining, and it felt like we were gonna spend a slow, lazy day of rest, and only get going on the visiting on Sunday. BUT THEN we met Florian, our host for the weekend. Florian is a very nice, always smiling guy, around my age. He has only been living in Strasbourg for 2 or 3 weeks, because he is an Erasmus student, coming to study from Germany (he speaks excellent French though!) And Florian had big (and great!!!) plans for us. So we didn’t get the rest we thought we’d get in Strasbourg, but instead we got the best experience of the city we could have had.