Posts Tagged: Northeast Corridor

A Fellas Style Guide to Philly

A Fellas Style Guide to Philly

Sometimes riders embark on a spontaneous trip to explore America’s landscape. Other times, riders travel for a specific reason. And that reason is to go shopping. While we’ve highlighted fashion bloggers in Amtrak cities in the past, we know shopping centric trips aren’t only for the ladies. The fellas like to scoop new gear too. That’s why we enlisted Philadelphia fashion, hospitality ...

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Your Guide to Summer Festivals

Your Guide to Summer Festivals

Summertime is coming which means festival season is almost upon us. Say goodbye to feeling cooped up and say hello to playing outside. It doesn’t matter if you want to get sophisticated at a wine festival or indulge at the state fair, we can be your ride. Don’t wait to make memories this summer, plan your trip, book a ticket ...

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Your Local-Approved Guide to Food in NYC

Your Local-Approved Guide to Food in NYC

If food is always in the forefront of your mind when you think about going to New York City, you’ll want to bookmark this page. That’s right foodies, put that fork down we’re taking a ride to NYC.  Whether you’re planning your first or fiftieth Amtrak trip the Big Apple you know food decisions can get tricky. So. Many. Choices. ...

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D.C., You’ve Got Style

D.C., You’ve Got Style

Monuments, museums and go-go — three things that might pop in your head when you think of Washington, D.C. But after reading what local style blogger Andrea Browne of Stylin’ & Profilin’ had to say about the emerging style culture in the DMV (D.C., Maryland and Virginia), you just might add stylish to the list. Served by six routes, D.C. is a mid-Atlantic city ...

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One Mom’s Reason to Ride

One Mom’s Reason to Ride

Traveling from ‘Penn to Penn,’ that’s what Rachael likes to call it when she and her 3-year-old daughter (pictured left) hop on our Northeast Regional or Acela and take a train ride to visit out of town family. As frequent riders, Rachael and her little one are well-versed in #AmtrakPerks, “Snacks on board are a perk we enjoy,” she says. “No ...

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USA WARRIORS TRAIN TO THE GAME

USA WARRIORS TRAIN TO THE GAME

Recently, we had the privilege of taking USA Warriors Hockey Program members, Christina Gardner and John Giasullo, to Washington, DC to participate in the USA Warriors Game Powered by Amtrak. The USA Warriors Game, which took place on the same ice as the NHL Winter Classic, worked to honor wounded military personnel and their service to our country. During the ...

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Northeast Corridor Website Now Live

Northeast Corridor Website Now Live

Today, we debuted the Northeast Corridor website, a site focused on providing information about the critical infrastructure projects along the Northeast Corridor (NEC). If you are a frequent Amtrak blog reader or one of the 40,000 daily Amtrak riders that travel along the NEC, you know more investment is needed to meet the growing passenger demand in the region. While we’ve ...

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Five Facts About Acela

Five Facts About Acela

If you’ve ever traveled on our Acela Express then you know the #AmtrakPerks are in an abundance. Leg room, quiet car, work space and speed, it’s almost like a tiny piece of travel heaven. We love being your mode of transportation taking you from downtown to downtown between Boston and Washington, D.C. But whether you’re riding Acela for a weekday meeting or ...

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Sound of Silence: The Amtrak Quiet Car

Sound of Silence: The Amtrak Quiet Car

Are you looking for a productive work space where you can concentrate and prepare for your big meeting or maybe take a quick nap while we get you to your destination? Let us introduce you to the Amtrak Quiet Car. The Quiet Car is located at the opposite end of the train from the Café car and is marked off with special signs so ...

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Wiz Wit: A New Mom's Guide to Philly

Wiz Wit: A New Mom's Guide to Philly

Looking for the perfect weekend getaway for you and the family? We’ve got two words for you: Brotherly Love.  We caught up with new mom Leslie, the blogger behind And Her Little Dog Too, for a few insider tips on what to see and do on a family-friendly (or kid-free) weekend visit to the great city of Philadelphia. Amtrak: Philly is a ...

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