mtuandrew wrote: ↑Thu Jun 04, 2020 8:15 am Also, some number of tables (4? For 16 passengers?) that can be specifically reserved, separated by individual curtains to keep noise down for enroute meetings.This is the conference room on Thalys in the first-gen TGV sets they use. When not reserved, it's sold as business class seating. The room is at the locomotive end of the business class car, no pass-through to the power. I liked it and would definitely use it. I could imagine a group of U of Notre Dame scientists board in Niles and ride to Dearborn to present a project to Ford.
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