My longest train trip was back in Dec 2011/Jan 2012, when I took the Wolverine, Southwest Chief, and Surfliner to San Diego, stayed there a few days, then took the Sunset Limited to New Orleans, spent a night there (went to the Michigan-Virginia Tech Sugar Bowl), and returned to ARB via the City of New Orleans and Wolverine. That was a total of 5 train days, and all in coach. Not something I'd do today - even one night in coach is kind of rough... https://discuss.amtraktrains.com/th...-orleans-and-back-in-coach.45254/#post-339559 The following year, after I moved to San Diego, I did a similarly-long round trip, though in a sleeper on the LD trains - San Diego to LA via Surfliner, LA to Chicago via Texas Eagle through-car (it was less costly than the SWC for 3 nights on the train), and Wolverine to Michigan for Christmas, and Wolverine-Southwest Chief-Surfliner on the return. That was also 5 train days, though perhaps a tad shorter than the prior year's trip. https://discuss.amtraktrains.com/th...d-back-via-texas-eagle-swc.53336/#post-412136 My longest train trip since was 3 nights (return from the PDX Gathering via CS+CZ) - that vacation was actually longer than the two mentioned above, but I flew one way and spent more time at the various destinations. I'm doing a trip from Ann Arbor to Glenwood Springs in a couple weeks (and maybe another VIA corridor trip from Windsor), though I figure the next time I do multiple consecutive nights on the train will likely be when I get around to taking the Empire Builder and/or Canadian.