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... section - 9 rows - but less than half full. That will help getting off quickly. Iberia's business class is much of a muchness with BA. The meal was a bit better - nice tasting fillet steak and a good salad The service was slow, though, with the first drinks arriving only after about 40 minutes. The flight was rough, though, because of a lot of turbulence, particularly coming in to Madrid. We arrived about 10 minutes early and those people in transit we're put on ...
... one boob inside the carriage and one outside. When I eventually managed to get my whole body inside a carriage, my Hawaiian travel buddy and I played a bit of metro roulette - paying 3 Brazilian Reals (about 75p) to make a journey and picking at random where we got off. We ended up at the stop near the city's Cathedral - probably the only place in this metropolis where you can actually get some peace and quiet. The ...
... flavored drink which was very good. The sandwich was very tasty and featured grilled chicken and a tapenade/bruschetta sauce that was very good. It was a worthwhile roadside stop and the price was reasonable.
At the airport I looked for souvenirs for my nieces and noticed an adorable set of Brazil-themed flip-flops that came in all sizes. They were well priced and easy to fit in my carryon baggage so I ...
... pretyy awesome). It took a long time to get dinner but that was ok, it was a gorgeous evening and I don't think any of us minded staying outside at the rooftop bar longer (other than actually being hungry now). Dinner was good but it was different gourmet pizzas. Nothing you can't get somewhere in the states. It was the atmosphere here that was so great. Tomorrow we have the morning to ourselves and then off to Iguassu.
... that I can just take them to the till and pay, so am laughed at and sent to a different counter, where I hand over the items.
4) He types up the details of what I want to buy, prints it out on a printer at the other end of the shop, hands me the paper.
5) He then hands over the items to somebody else, who carries them across the shop to give to the person manning the 'packing counter'
6) I take my piece of paper to the till, hand it over and pay.
7) The lady on the ...