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    Default best journey via rail/car/bus/coach you've been on

    so what's the best journey you've ever been on in terms of rail/coach/bus/car/whatever

    i'd say for me it was going on the Indian railways from Bombay to Matheran in the most mental train carrriages ever with no doors and everyone crushed/hanging onto the roof/sides of the train. just amazing. plus, as we left Bombay it was relatively quiet (v early in morning) and saw saw this beautiful sunset as we were going over the Vashi Bridge with villagers fishing down beloe and so quiet and that lovely train track sound!

    literally the exact same in my memory as this video below. wonderful.



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    Umm, I'm in Scotland so normally you can drive about half an hour outside of the city to see amazing views. I would say the best journey by car would of been to the Isle of Mull to visit Tobermory (famously known as Balamory).

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    I think the best one (although it didn't seem the best at the time), was a 22 hour trip on a Charter bus to New York City. My senior year of high school we got to go there for a band trip along with another school's class, and it was such an experience. New York City itself was amazing, but I think the long bus ride was part of the experience as well. It was something I had never done before, so to get that opportunity and to spend it with all of my friends, was a memory I'll never forget

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    The coach back from Wembley is always a brilliant experience with other Aston Villa fans. I've been on that coach journey three times now, the first time we lost the Play-Off Final against Fulham and I remember a couple guys talking, one saying to the other "I'm glad I don't have a cat, otherwise I would've strangled it." The other guy responded "I'm glad I don't have a wife." Those two provided us with many laughs throughout that journey.

    The second time we won the Play-Off Final to get promoted to the Premier League so everyone was singing the whole journey home which was amazing. The third time was last year and we lost in the Carabao Cup Final and there was this drunk guy who was being our stand-up comedian, telling jokes the whole journey home and he was honestly hilarious.

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