Day 2 in Pictures
A pictorial account of his 24 hours of travel from San Diego to Fulda,Germany
A.J. Heightman loves to take photos. Luckily, we're able to post them all so you can follow along with his international EMS trip, starting with the RETTmobil conference in Fulda, Germany, and ending with visits in London and Warwickshire, England for the Ambulance Leadership Forum.
An agonizing 14 hours in the air.
Customs in Germany
Customs line at Frankfurt Airport. I MADE IT THROUGH!
A.J.'s infamous backpack arrives virtually unscathed.
Who Wants Breakfast?
Breakfast in a cafe in the Frankfurt airport.
Array of German Foods
Open air coffee shops set the tone of what we would find throughout Fulda, Germany.
Take a Seat
Figuring out where you are to sit on the ICE train can be challenging.
Taking a second look at the ICE train information.
Fast & Smooth
The ICE train is a smooth, 90-minute ride to Fulda.
The countryside of Fulda, Germany, is lush and green.
A Grand Hotel
A.J.'s hotel in Fulda, Germany.
This is the block A.J. will call home during his stay in Fulda.
A Quaint Neighborhood
Fulda might seem like a sleepy German town, but it will be bustling with EMS providers soon.
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EMS Airway Clinic
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