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... It had a motorcycle track and a go cart track too. Sadly we weren't able to see the drift race because it would have taken 2hours of waiting before it started. It we still had a 3 hour drive before we arrived in Madrid. There wasn't much vegetation, just vine yards and small pine trees for hundreds and hundreds of kms. Finally we arrived in Madrid. It was a very dirty ...
We started the day with breakfast at the apartment again. Again it was a slow one getting out of the house. By the time we got to the train station it was close to 10.30. We thought we'd have made the train but didn't think about the possibility of it being full. So our train was only at 11.20. This meant we had time to try sort out our transport to Haro. We ended up booking a rental car because it worked out quite affordable. We trained ...
... gave us time assignments for each portion. After a while, I started to get frustrated with all the schedules because I have no watch. We enjoyed the temporary exhibit the most because it included Picasso and Dali. Dali's work was the best! Our intention was to finish with seeing the hospital which is also a work of art, but Norm injured his back so we called it a day. The next day, we caught an all day bus to ...
Our final full day onboard Britannia. As we all agreed to meet up at 1:30pm, I was able to sleep in until late and just catch the end of breakfast. Since departure from Vigo, to noon today, Britannia had steamed a total distance of 352 nautical miles, at an average speed of 19.5 knots. This left 319 nautical miles remaining until we reach our Home Port of Southampton. At approximately 5pm ship's time, Britannia passed the ...
... t know they had ever settled in Europe. So much for my appreciation of history. So the christians went to war with the moors and took over their fort and the moors ran away to the next hill where they set up shop. Over time three neighbourhoods grew up around each other, the moors, the christians and the jews. This was all good until the time of Queen Isobel, who was a devout catholic. At that time Rome set up the inquisition, so Izzy followed suit ...