Trains are an entirely extraordinary approach to movement. Consider it: You can rest, eat and relax pretty serenely in them, and even put on a show to live in the Gilded Age while sitting in your own lodge and spinning your mustache, or tasting some tea. Yet, trains can likewise be faultlessly shoddy, and as per travel blogger Derek Low, you can take a beautiful trek across the nation on Amtrak for as meager as $213. Low passes on the delightful excursion from San Francisco to New York in incredible detail, depicting everything from the nourishment (quite insipid, to shockingly great), to the different conditions and milestones he experienced.
To put it plainly, you can see the greater part of the mainland US - that is 3,397 miles crosswise over 11 states - without burning up all available resources. Here's the kicker: The trek from SF to Chicago can cost as meager as $130 in the event that you purchase California Zephyr tickets. On the off chance that you need to see a greater amount of the nation, you can exchange to the Lake Shore Limited prepare for an extra $83, making your amazing aggregate a particularly parsimonious $213.
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