InterRail 2010 – Part 7: Traveling to England

hook of holland

After Amsterdam, I traveled up to Hoek van Holland, or The Hook of Holland as it is known in English.

From there I took a ferry which is a part of the Dutchflyer rail-ferry service between Hook van Holland Haven station and Harwich International station in England.

Then from Harwich I took the train to Liverpool Street station in central London.

The Doctor from ‘Doctor Who’ had parked his time machine The TARDIS next to The House of Commons, so that he could take part in some activism.


I did not spend much time in London during this trip, since I had already been there, and I wanted to experience as many new places as possible during my month on the rails.

So I quickly traveled on to Salisbury, to see Stonehenge.


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  1. Ahh Stonehenge, wish I could have seen Stonehenge when I visited the UK, especially for a Solstice. So much to see in the world, so little time.

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