I have spent two separate nights on sleeper trains in China. The first was between Beijing and Xion. It is exciting seeing all the Chinese signs in stations and not knowing what going on. We had a guide to get us sorted so, not understanding did not matter. The day in Xion was amazing and starting it on a train set the time.
The second sleeper was to Hong Kong. To go through border control you never leave the building the station is in.
Most regular journey and journey have take most
Sheffield where I live to Scunthorpe where my parents live. The journey takes an hour unless engineering works and have to get a bus partway.
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Saw Sara train in Paris. She was a double decker.