Subject: Train travel in Europe
When we book train tickets to Naples at Termini, we just went to a ticket window and bought them. You don't need a reservation, as there are frequent trains (nearly every hour). You have to change to another train station in Naples to catch the train to Sorrento. This station is next to the Naples central station, but it was a bit of a walk. We have also bought train tickets from travel agents in Rome; this was when we needed reservations (from Rome to Padua and from Rome to Siena).

Ann Widdowson Victoria, BC 15560

From: Debra Weber Kurt Weber Date: Wed Jun 6, 2001 9:33pm Subject: Greek Ferries (was: Backpacking in Greece)

Dear Stephen and Carol,

There has been a lot of discussion here at TheTravelzine about Greek ferries. You can read all of the previous posts on this subject by doing a search of our Archives (isn't being a Ziner great?). Just click on the following link:

http://groups.yahoo.com/group/TheTravelzine/messages

and type your search words into the Search Archives box. I think I would try Greek Ferries but you can go to town with whatever you'd like. There has been a lot of great discussion about travelling the Greek Islands, and I'm sure you will find tons of great information.

Hope this helps, Debbie Cole-Weber Co-moderator TheTravelzine