Next stop: Bitterfeld
|Total time||Avg. speed||Delay||Boarded||Wi-Fi pledged||Wi-Fi fulfilled||Wi-Fi overall|
|7.0 hours||106 km/h||0 %||100 %||100 %||100 %||100 %|
As my rides on the Munich relation are currently increasing, and since connecting is always more effort than a direct ride, I decided to take another chance on the ICE 28 relation. I was reluctant in the first place, since the risk of catching a non-Wi-Fi “ICE” train on this track is higher than elsewhere.
However, since even true ICEs are not that likely to provide the service anyway, the reevaluation was put to a new foundation. So far, staying open seems to have been the right choice. The cars are ICE T, also not even as crowded as I feared, Internet is working and I have a nice sunny office compartment on my own.
To be honest, even if there were no working Internet, right now the sunny imagery outside compensates more than I figured.