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I am planning a trip from Moscow to Beijing by train in Sept 2017 and need some help. I need advice on passengers who have taken the 'Chinese' train (the regular train, not one of the 'private trains). There are two of us traveling in 1st Class.

Do those cabins have a shared toilet and shower with the connecting cabin?

What food did you eat? Buy on the train or from vendors at the stops?

If you used a travel agency which did you find most helpful and experienced?

I do appreciate any advice; this is a 'trip of a lifetime' experience we have both wanted to take since we were teenagers.

All the best to you fellow travelers and especially the rail fans.

John

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