I rode on buses and trains to and from my destination. On my way there, the buses were a little uncomfortable, but the train was great. This was my first time traveling on a train, and I absolutely loved it, and the seats were very comfortable, and with my visual impairment, the personnel were very respectful and accommodating. On my way back, however, I needed help finding my suitcase, but when I asked an employee on the train for help, she was downright rude! She wouldn't help me find my bag, she said if I didn't get off before the doors closed, they'd have to leave (while I was still on). Despite the fact that I was having a panic attack, the lady still wouldn't help me, and I had medical equipment and medication inside!!! I had it sent to the closest train station near me, but they said if I didn't pick it up in a certain amount of time, they would despose of it! I was able to have a family member retrieve my bag, but I learned a very important and valuable lesson: don't stray too far from your luggage, and keep your medical supplies with you in your carryon(s).