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... me, just ask Jenny Chant). (We would have to have arrived in France for our Lille trip ON THE
DAY of the Charlie Hebdo shootings...commence high levels of French
misery / fury).
On a lighter note, trains are late, planes are cancelled, bags are lost, arrests are imminent and someone always gets food poisoning - usually me, to be fair.
An excellent example - the EasyBus, an EasyJet provided (duh) transfer bus from London to Stansted. Which ...
A bus, a train, a plane and another bus gets us to Mendez's by late afternoon. A good journey apart from the queues at Manchester airport for bag drop and security. The room overlooking the old town street will be our base for the next 9 days. After unpacking we hit the town ...
... fries. A beer was also had of course.
One thing that cannot be forgotten is the Church bells that rang every hour. We had the misfortune of hearing them three times and the volume of bell ringing was horrendous. The noise level was well above a comfortable hearing level and one has to wonder how this is allowed to continue. That aside, we did view the Burgos Cathedral from outside and thought it was another great engineering feat. It was ...
On the way to the supermercado at 9pm last night I saw a Basque father dressed in a suit greeting his son playing on a scooter in the square with dozens of other kids. He kissed him and hugged the boy with such joy and his son grinned and other family members said hi and it was typical of the feeling of family that pervades the city. Carly and I had a long lunch in a cafe packed ...
... with where I had just been. What comes hand in hand with traffic volume is road condition, our roads are not in as good state as the majority I had encountered in France and Spain, Morocco however was also not in their league. It does make sense though when you think about it. Our beautiful country is a lot smaller with more people so our roads are busier and exposed to more wear and tear. I guess we could all pay more taxes to improve my motorcycling ...