There’s been a good reason for the blog being a bit quiet recently: I have been working like crazy to get the website Europatermine.de complete for JEF and Europ√?ische Bewegung in Berlin. It’s needed a hell of a lot of hours of PHP work and neverending requests from the organisers, but we are up and running now – quite a relief. So for anything you want to know about European politics events in Germany, that’s where you should start.
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These Travel Tomorrow people obviously didn’t read my thread! https://twitter.com/jonworth/status/1539621689369165826?s=21&t=TL5VdLEhrv3BjrMYJL94Xw
@jonworth Did you hear this? https://traveltomorrow.com/new-dutch-night-train-service-to-barcelona-with-stop-in-brussels/?fbclid=IwAR2aC1bexUki-mfAdUeU9LLw_E7uGgZXXdwb3-z_pLe5D1BXugE9L3UTQbs
@jonworth @briedisunrepshe The train is slow at all! It goes 5 h 23 min.(!) and take more stops than earlier. It also has long stops. From Suwalki to border stop Trakiski it was about 30 min.