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Posted 31 May 2018 - 03:07 PM

Hello everyone
My wife and I are from England. We are taking a 3 day trip in an Amtrak roomette from Forth Worth to Miami. This is a holiday trip, and we have never used an Amtrak train before.
Our Amtrak journey begins on a Monday in Feb 19 and we arrive in Miami on Thursday. We fly out of Miami Friday morning.
We would be most interested to invite your comments regarding our chosen Amtrak trip, or advise and pearls of wisdom you may be able to offer us.
Many thanks

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Posted 31 May 2018 - 03:22 PM

Hello everyone
My wife and I are from England. We are taking a 3 day trip in an Amtrak roomette from Forth Worth to Miami. This is a holiday trip, and we have never used an Amtrak train before.
Our Amtrak journey begins on a Monday in Feb 19 and we arrive in Miami on Thursday. We fly out of Miami Friday morning.
We would be most interested to invite your comments regarding our chosen Amtrak trip, or advise and pearls of wisdom you may be able to offer us.
Many thanks

You'll probably be taking these routes:

  • The Texas Eagle from Fort Worth to Chicago - 23 hours 32 minutes
  • The Capitol Limited or Cardinal from Chicago to Washington D.C - 17 hours 25 minutes / 23 hours 34 minutes
  • The Silver Meteor or Silver Star from D.C. to Miami (I strongly recommend the Meteor) - 23 hours 14 minutes / 26 hours 54 minutes

Edited by cpotisch, 31 May 2018 - 03:28 PM.

Routes Traveled: Silver Meteor, Silver Star, CrescentLake Shore LimitedCalifornia Zephyr, Sunset Limited, Texas EagleEthan Allen Express, Empire Service, Maple Leaf, AdirondackAcela Express, Northeast RegionalKeystone Service
 
Wish List: Cardinal, CONO, Empire Builder, Southwest Chief, Crescent (overnight), Adirondack w/ Great Dome, Downeaster

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Posted 31 May 2018 - 03:29 PM

Do you have any specific questions about the trip? Without specifics, it'll be difficult to provide useful information and info.


Edited by cpotisch, 31 May 2018 - 03:31 PM.

Routes Traveled: Silver Meteor, Silver Star, CrescentLake Shore LimitedCalifornia Zephyr, Sunset Limited, Texas EagleEthan Allen Express, Empire Service, Maple Leaf, AdirondackAcela Express, Northeast RegionalKeystone Service
 
Wish List: Cardinal, CONO, Empire Builder, Southwest Chief, Crescent (overnight), Adirondack w/ Great Dome, Downeaster

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Posted 31 May 2018 - 03:39 PM

Do be aware that it's not uncommon for Amtrak trains to fall behind schedule, sometimes by many hours.  For example, looking at what's happened so far this year, the Silver Meteor, due to arrive in Miami at 6:39 PM, has arrived as late as 9:04 AM the next morning.  It's unlikely that that will happen to you (the average delay is more like one hour), but when you're counting on connecting to an international flight, you might not want to take the chance.



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Posted 31 May 2018 - 03:42 PM

You'll probably be taking these routes:

  • The Texas Eagle from Fort Worth to Chicago - 23 hours 32 minutes
  • The Capitol Limited or Cardinal from Chicago to Washington D.C - 17 hours 25 minutes / 23 hours 34 minutes
  • The Silver Meteor or Silver Star from D.C. to Miami (I strongly recommend the Meteor) - 23 hours 14 minutes / 26 hours 54 minutes

It is unlikely that Karl will be taking the Cardinal to Washington to connect to Florida. It is a very tight connection and Amtrak will not permit. When taking the Cardinal from Chicago, one is routed to Charlottesville, then Thruway bus to Richmond, then after a long layover, the Silver Meteor to Florida. When traveling from Chicago, I routinely take the Capitol Limited to Washington DC, then the Silver Meteor to Florida.

I hope you enjoy your trip. I find the scenery on every Amtrak route enjoyable and interesting.


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Posted 31 May 2018 - 03:46 PM

 

You'll probably be taking these routes:

  • The Texas Eagle from Fort Worth to Chicago - 23 hours 32 minutes
  • The Capitol Limited or Cardinal from Chicago to Washington D.C - 17 hours 25 minutes / 23 hours 34 minutes
  • The Silver Meteor or Silver Star from D.C. to Miami (I strongly recommend the Meteor) - 23 hours 14 minutes / 26 hours 54 minutes

It is unlikely that Karl will be taking the Cardinal to Washington to connect to Florida. It is a very tight connection and Amtrak will not permit. When taking the Cardinal from Chicago, one is routed to Charlottesville, then Thruway bus to Richmond, then after a long layover, the Silver Meteor to Florida. When traveling from Chicago, I routinely take the Capitol Limited to Washington DC, then the Silver Meteor to Florida.
 

Right. The Cardinal is only an option if the OP is willing to spend a day or more in WAS, however I felt like it was worth mentioning, just since it's a possibility.


Edited by cpotisch, 31 May 2018 - 03:47 PM.

Routes Traveled: Silver Meteor, Silver Star, CrescentLake Shore LimitedCalifornia Zephyr, Sunset Limited, Texas EagleEthan Allen Express, Empire Service, Maple Leaf, AdirondackAcela Express, Northeast RegionalKeystone Service
 
Wish List: Cardinal, CONO, Empire Builder, Southwest Chief, Crescent (overnight), Adirondack w/ Great Dome, Downeaster

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Posted 31 May 2018 - 04:15 PM

Thank you for your replies thus far everyone, I'm taking the Texas Eagle to Washington and am hoping for a 5 hours (ish) layover so that we can have a little time exploring your capital city.
From Washington we go to Chicago, for a 6 hour exploration of that city, and then on to Miami.
We are keen to know how we might manage luggage, we will have plenty as we are away from home a total of 3 weeks during this holiday.. Will a roomette be ok for us... i.e. Food, and rest, and we facilities etc.. As Brits, will fellow travelers help us as we dont know how things work over there....lol
Is this trip a good idea, or should we have spent a few more days in Fort Worth and simply flown out of the country from there??
Anything else anyone can think of would be greatly appreciated.
Thank you Karl

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Posted 31 May 2018 - 04:23 PM

Thank you for your replies thus far everyone, I'm taking the Texas Eagle to Washington and am hoping for a 5 hours (ish) layover so that we can have a little time exploring your capital city.
From Washington we go to Chicago, for a 6 hour exploration of that city, and then on to Miami.
We are keen to know how we might manage luggage, we will have plenty as we are away from home a total of 3 weeks during this holiday.. Will a roomette be ok for us... i.e. Food, and rest, and we facilities etc.. As Brits, will fellow travelers help us as we dont know how things work over there....lol
Is this trip a good idea, or should we have spent a few more days in Fort Worth and simply flown out of the country from there??
Anything else anyone can think of would be greatly appreciated.
Thank you Karl

i think you have the order wrong. The Texas Eagle does not operate to Washington - it operates between San Antonio and Chicago, and you will have to get off at the latter. You then have the choice of either the Capitol Limited or Cardinal to get to Washington D.C, and either the Silver Meteor or Silver Star to Miami. However, since you want long layovers in Chicago and Washington, you're only choice is to take the Capitol Limited from Chicago to D.C, and the Silver Meteor from there to Miami. That will offer you a five hour layover in Chicago and a six hour layover in Washington. If you want a same day connection, that's the most time you can get.

 

But just to be clear, you're first connection is in Chicago, and the second connection is in Washington, since there aren't any trains that run between Fort Worth and Washington, or between Chicago and Miami.


Edited by cpotisch, 31 May 2018 - 04:36 PM.

Routes Traveled: Silver Meteor, Silver Star, CrescentLake Shore LimitedCalifornia Zephyr, Sunset Limited, Texas EagleEthan Allen Express, Empire Service, Maple Leaf, AdirondackAcela Express, Northeast RegionalKeystone Service
 
Wish List: Cardinal, CONO, Empire Builder, Southwest Chief, Crescent (overnight), Adirondack w/ Great Dome, Downeaster

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Posted 31 May 2018 - 04:29 PM

We are keen to know how we might manage luggage, we will have plenty as we are away from home a total of 3 weeks during this holiday.. Will a roomette be ok for us... i.e. Food, and rest, and we facilities etc.. As Brits, will fellow travelers help us as we dont know how things work over there....lol
Is this trip a good idea, or should we have spent a few more days in Fort Worth and simply flown out of the country from there??
Anything else anyone can think of would be greatly appreciated.
Thank you Karl

A roomette will almost certainly be fine for the two of you, and is infinitely better than coach, so I highly recommend it. The dining car serves a wide variety of hot meals, which are pretty good (in my opinion), and are complimentary to all sleeper passengers. Overall, I think you'll have a wonderful trip!


Edited by cpotisch, 31 May 2018 - 05:09 PM.

Routes Traveled: Silver Meteor, Silver Star, CrescentLake Shore LimitedCalifornia Zephyr, Sunset Limited, Texas EagleEthan Allen Express, Empire Service, Maple Leaf, AdirondackAcela Express, Northeast RegionalKeystone Service
 
Wish List: Cardinal, CONO, Empire Builder, Southwest Chief, Crescent (overnight), Adirondack w/ Great Dome, Downeaster

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Posted 31 May 2018 - 04:51 PM

If you do not check your luggage and carry it on the train with you, it is unlikely that it will fit in your roomette on the Texas Eagle and Capitol Limited.  However, those 2 trains are double levels (Superliners) and there is a storage area on the bottom level.  The train to Florida (either the Silver Star or Silver Meteor) is a single level (Viewliner) train with no public storage space.  However, there is a little more space in the Viewliner roomettes than in the Superliner roomettes - but not a lot of storage room.  There are larger rooms on both Superliners and Viewliners (bedrooms), but they are more expensive.

 

During your layover in Chicago, you will have access to the Metropolitan Lounge, where you may store luggage if you decide to explore the city.  Similarly, you will have access to the Club Acela Lounge (and luggage storage) in Washington DC during that layover.  


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Posted 31 May 2018 - 05:20 PM

 

We are keen to know how we might manage luggage, we will have plenty as we are away from home a total of 3 weeks during this holiday.. Will a roomette be ok for us... i.e. Food, and rest, and we facilities etc.. As Brits, will fellow travelers help us as we dont know how things work over there....lol
Is this trip a good idea, or should we have spent a few more days in Fort Worth and simply flown out of the country from there??
Anything else anyone can think of would be greatly appreciated.
Thank you Karl

A roomette will almost certainly be fine for the two of you, and is infinitely better than coach, so I highly recommend it. The dining car serves a wide variety of hot meals, which are pretty good (in my opinion), and are complimentary to all sleeper passengers. Overall, I think you'll have a wonderful trip!

 

One thing I should mention is that on the Capitol Limited, they will not be serving hot meals. Instead you will be offered a limited selection of cold meals, either delivered to your room or picked up at a counter in a dedicated lounge car for Sleeper Passengers. On the Silver Meteor and Texas Eagle you will get full meal service, meaning hot meals served in a proper dining car, brought to your table by a waiter. I expect that the meals on the Capitol will be fine, just inferior to that of the Silver Meteor and Texas Eagle. However, since this is the first time they've done this, there's no real way to know.

 

As Penny said, the Texas Eagle and Capitol Limited are double decker Superliner trains, and though there won't be much room inside your room, there is a pretty large baggage area downstairs. On the Florida trains (Silver Meteor or Star), there is significantly more space inside the room, but there isn't any baggage area in the car. I think that if you have any normal amount of luggage, you should have enough space. However if you're bringing multiple large bags, you'll probably have to check some of them. Fortunately, checked baggage on Amtrak is free, but it can still be a bit of a hassle. Do you have any idea as to how much stuff you'll be bringing?


Routes Traveled: Silver Meteor, Silver Star, CrescentLake Shore LimitedCalifornia Zephyr, Sunset Limited, Texas EagleEthan Allen Express, Empire Service, Maple Leaf, AdirondackAcela Express, Northeast RegionalKeystone Service
 
Wish List: Cardinal, CONO, Empire Builder, Southwest Chief, Crescent (overnight), Adirondack w/ Great Dome, Downeaster

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Posted 31 May 2018 - 06:07 PM

You will get to see many beautiful sites.  In Chicago, there is the Metropolitan Lounge for Sleeper Passengers where you can pre-board,  In Washington, The lounge is called the Club Acela also where Sleeping Car passengers are pre-boarded.  Both lounges have a storage area for your bags.  Have a great trip.



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Posted 31 May 2018 - 06:45 PM

Another option for baggage is to check them in Fort Worth right to Miami - IF you do not need them enroute. (If you can just use a small carry-on bag onboard.) If you do check your bags, they will be transferred from train to train for you, BUT you will NOT have access to them until you pick them up in Miami.

Otherwise, you must transfer them yourselves. You can store them in the Metropolitan Lounge in Chicago and the Club Acela in Washington between trains.
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Take it easy .......

Take the train instead and enjoy the ride!

The view is much better at 3 feet than it is at 30,000 feet!

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Posted 01 June 2018 - 11:05 AM

Guys,
Thank you all for this really helpful info. Yes Cpotisch, you are quite right, it's Chicago first stop, not Washington....duh! Apologies mate.
We are really looking forward to our trip, but wondering how we may manage our luggage, so all your advice is most helpful...I think perhaps checking our cases through to Miami, and living out of smaller cabin bags would be the way to go.....will these fit into our roomette in both super, and viewliners?
We also wondered if we might get a little bored... we'd love to engage in a bit of conversation with the Americans... I guess the lounge car is good for a chat ?

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Posted 01 June 2018 - 11:52 AM

Guys,
Thank you all for this really helpful info. Yes Cpotisch, you are quite right, it's Chicago first stop, not Washington....duh! Apologies mate.
We are really looking forward to our trip, but wondering how we may manage our luggage, so all your advice is most helpful...I think perhaps checking our cases through to Miami, and living out of smaller cabin bags would be the way to go.....will these fit into our roomette in both super, and viewliners?
We also wondered if we might get a little bored... we'd love to engage in a bit of conversation with the Americans... I guess the lounge car is good for a chat ?

I would definitely recommend checking any bags that you won't need en route to Miami. A couple reasonably sized suitcases and will pretty easily fit in the storage space in your Viewliner roomette, and you can fit another backpack or two next to the seats. In a Superliner roomette, you can probably only fit a couple backpacks in the whole room, since there isn't any storage areas, and the rooms are smaller. However, since there's a shared baggage area on the lower level of every Superliner sleeper, you'll definitely have space to put your suitcases.

 

On the Texas Eagle and Capitol Limited, you will have a Sightseer Lounge car, which features wrap around windows for enjoying the scenery. It's a great place to chat with other passengers, read a book, etc. The car is open to all passengers, so around peak times it can get somewhat crowded. Passengers are not allowed to reserve seats, so if you see an empty seat, it is available (if someone refuses to let you sit in an empty seat, let a crew member know).

 

I will mention that the dining car is in some ways the ideal place to converse with other passengers. It's communal seating, so you will pretty much always be seated with someone else, unless you've already got enough people that they can't fit anyone else. I've had many fascinating conversations with passengers, especially since people are almost always very friendly. My point is, you should have ample opportunities to chat with other passengers.


Routes Traveled: Silver Meteor, Silver Star, CrescentLake Shore LimitedCalifornia Zephyr, Sunset Limited, Texas EagleEthan Allen Express, Empire Service, Maple Leaf, AdirondackAcela Express, Northeast RegionalKeystone Service
 
Wish List: Cardinal, CONO, Empire Builder, Southwest Chief, Crescent (overnight), Adirondack w/ Great Dome, Downeaster

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Posted 01 June 2018 - 02:48 PM

Cpotisch.
Thank you for your helpful comments.
You've given us some great insight into what's we can expect.
May I also ask are the bathrooms / shower facilities "ok".. also is there an expected, officially or unofficially so, dress code, particularly at meal times?.. Apologies if these are dumb questions, but we really just don't know what to expect,
Thanks

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Posted 01 June 2018 - 03:04 PM

[quote name="Kar" post="756745" timestamp="1527882510"]Cpotisch.
Thank you for your helpful comments.
You've given us some great insight into what's we can expect.
May I also ask are the bathrooms / shower facilities "ok".. also is there an expected, officially or unofficially so, dress code, particularly at meal times?.. Apologies if these are dumb questions, but we really just don't know what to expect,
Thanks[/quote]
Firstly, you’re welcome :) Secondly, I’ve found that the bathrooms are usually totally fine. There’s a toilet in every Viewliner roomette, so you will be using you the “facilities” in your room. Since the built in toilet is not separated from the rest of the room at all, you will probably have to ask your wife (and vice versa) to exit the room while you do your business. Honestly, it sounds a lot worse than it is , since there’s no lingering smell (when it flushed it sucks the air out of the room), and the toilet covers up completely with the lid down. However, there aren’t any toilets in Superliner roomettes, so you will have to use one of the five shared restrooms in your car. There is a public shower in each Superliner and Viewliner sleeper, so you will be able to freshen up on your trip.
Routes Traveled: Silver Meteor, Silver Star, CrescentLake Shore LimitedCalifornia Zephyr, Sunset Limited, Texas EagleEthan Allen Express, Empire Service, Maple Leaf, AdirondackAcela Express, Northeast RegionalKeystone Service
 
Wish List: Cardinal, CONO, Empire Builder, Southwest Chief, Crescent (overnight), Adirondack w/ Great Dome, Downeaster

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Posted 01 June 2018 - 03:06 PM

[quote name="Kar" post="756745" timestamp="1527882510"]Cpotisch.
Thank you for your helpful comments.
You've given us some great insight into what's we can expect.
May I also ask are the bathrooms / shower facilities "ok".. also is there an expected, officially or unofficially so, dress code, particularly at meal times?.. Apologies if these are dumb questions, but we really just don't know what to expect,
Thanks[/quote]
And as to dress code, there isn’t any. Wear whatever you want, even at meal time, and no one will bat an eyelid. :)

And just so you know, none of these are dumb questions in the slightest.
Routes Traveled: Silver Meteor, Silver Star, CrescentLake Shore LimitedCalifornia Zephyr, Sunset Limited, Texas EagleEthan Allen Express, Empire Service, Maple Leaf, AdirondackAcela Express, Northeast RegionalKeystone Service
 
Wish List: Cardinal, CONO, Empire Builder, Southwest Chief, Crescent (overnight), Adirondack w/ Great Dome, Downeaster

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Posted 01 June 2018 - 06:00 PM

Bathrooms are generally clean, most attendants check them regularly, but they are public so one person can causer an issue.  If I find an issue I let the Attendant know, who will quickly clean the bathroom.  Since the showers are public, and even though they are generally kept clean, I wear shower shoes/flip flops.  Meals - No dress code, just be comfortable.  Always, Always, Always wear shoes when not in your room for safety reasons.  I wear something I can easily slip off in the room.



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Posted 02 June 2018 - 03:11 PM

Cheers guys, much appreciated...In actual fact, Ives just received an e- mail from Amtrak advising of the change in meal service on the train out of Chicago....
Well, as my questions aren't considered too dumb....here's another,...will we get much sleep ?...we wonder how comfy the beds within the roomette are. Are the mattresses comfortable enough to get a decent nights sleep?.. Also as we will be taking
This trip in February I expect it will be cold, so are the rooms warm enough, and are they insulated from noise ?
As you may be able to guess, we really are most excited about this holiday, as it's so different from the types of holiday we normally take.
Thanks again, and greetings from across the pond to you all !!



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