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... station. the lady that messed up our journey the previous night was there again, and charged us full price for tickets to the airport, which we would later find out there was something happening, and we would have to terminate and jump on a bus. Thankfully the African man next to us on the train that must have noticed our confused faces asked around for us and gave us the info. We arrive at a regional terminal and were shuttled onto a bus, en route ...
... project of the Powerful, a project which entails the total destruction of the Mexican nation; the negation of its history; the sale of its sovereignty; treachery and crime as supreme values; hypocrisy and deceit as a method of government; destabilization and insecurity as a national program; repression and intolerance as a plan for economic development. This project finds in the PRI its criminal face and in the PAN its pretense of democracy.
On the other ...
... I went for the vegetarian falafel option, reasoning that it might leave some room for the picnic a few hours later.
There was time enough to walk to Avinguda de la Reina Maria Cristina and still be there before the bulk of the crowd arrived so food in hand we started to walk through the upper Raval towards the vicinity of the Mercat de Sant Antoni. We thought that we'd more or less follow our instincts and keep heading left then right with the worst results likely to be us ...
We're in Barcelona After a ten hour flight in one of the huge airbus aircraft to Frankfurt and then another in a smaller plane we reached Barcelona. We jumped on the bus and showed the driver where we wanted to get off, he was so cheerful and loud and made it clear that it was the second stop. When we got there we drag our cases off the bus and the paparazzi was there to meet us - well Gary with his camera. It was only a five minute walk back to the ...
... from the previous night, I left to go to La Boqueria (a large market), the 13th century Barcelona Cathedral, and the National Library of Catalonia. We spent our last evening in Barcelona at La Oveja Negra. At the bar, we had some conversations with a few Americans, an Iranian, and even a one-sided conversation with a mime.
The next day, we packed up and left for Madrid, the largest city in Spain, to meet Jeff, another close friend of mine from ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility