I went by train from Copenhagen, Denmark, to Stockholm, Sweden. Midway through the journey, an announcement came that everyone needed to disembark the train. I was not the only one looking around confused. As it turned out, the route we were travelling crossed the Jutland Peninsula, which separates the North Sea and the Baltic Sea. They were putting the train on a ship! After the entire train slowly entered the ship, we all got out, and there, next to the now parked train, were cars and campers and trucks. Everyone went up, where there shops, eateries, and plenty of decks. It was a pleasant surprise and a beautiful day to catch the Scandinavian sun, sea, and wind, on a boat…during the middle of a train ride.
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