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... see the Christopher Columbus statue because we had soo much rain--- and who looks up in all that? Not me! Once there we were there and enjoyed the waterfront and looking across at the modern development right there with the old, it was really lovely, we discovered we could not walk across the footbridge because they were busily trying to realign it ( think Cal Trans here) I don't know if they ever got it to line back up as they seemed to want it---- looked just fine to ...
... nope! They reclined less than airplane ones & the train was so ****** and old. It was a nightmare getting on board with all our bags too cos the isle was so skinny we couldn't get our bag down, plus people were sleeping and had their legs sticking out etc...ahh pain in the butt! There was a bloke in our seats so we had to get him to move& we settled in to find it had no power points (the website said they were avail on board) ...
... spoke to the driver, who was very friendly and eccentric. He knew quite a lot about Australia and its history and even some weird connections it has to Portugal. He also claimed to have worked on a cruise ship going up and down the east coast for seven months as a waiter. We arrived at the hostel, a smooth multi storied white building with several sunlit terraces, and checked in with the strident British man who owned it. He rarely wore a ...
... faster. We quickly locked the door, ran up the street to the Taxi Stand and luckily nabbed a young English speaking driver with a heavy foot and a good sense of humor. He said, "No problem, you'll be there." True to his word we made it in the nick of time. Too close for comfort! The Ave train, traveling at 300 km/hour was way more comfortable than an airplane. We enjoyed the trip immensely and arrived in Madrid at ...
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It has been many days since I last wrote!
We came back from our road trip to Sepulveda/Segovia on Friday.
In Segovia both Olivia and I got our own wooden swords. I got my sword on the way to the castle in Segovia, where I saw real knights armor with cool swords and cannons.
On Saturday (yesterday), I went to a barbecue ...