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We both got up at 06:00 and went down for breakfast in our truck stop overnight place for 06:30 with the plan to do a big detour to get around the autovia. This would have added 43km to our route. While we were having breakfast a couple of police came in so I explained our predicament and asked them how we should proceed (luckily one of them spoke good English). They were quite precise and essentially told us we should cycle down the hard shoulder of the ...
... after work) he gets off at 2 pm most days while I was here, he would come get me and take me to the beac or for ice cream, or for dinner and soda ( he doesn't drink) I love it :) I planned to stay for only 5 days, but he told me if I stayed he could show me a lot more things, I decided to stay other week in Barcelona, we hung out every night with his family, friends and neighbors. it was fantastic. I hated to leave. Such a great life the Spaniards live, they love ...
... no dollar values associated....so I showed the guy at the desk..we both figured they may be warnings. I'll take the tourist card.
So quick breaky and go for a quick exit....I looked at the map and saw some roads that looked cool to the north...tickling the pryanees mountains...wanted to go there but was warned the weather would not be good to early in the year. Before I decide I need to get out of town first...so right out of the gate....I took a wrong turn ...
... learn a lot about the audit procedure.
Spain has been a great learning experience. Spending time with three different suppliers over six weeks has allowed me to get a real insight into one area of the produce category, appreciating how stone fruit is sourced and how the season moves through Spain and indeed across the world to ensure 365 day supply into the retailers.
I’ve also learnt lots about stone fruit ...
... scenery is absolutely beautiful... which i would show you, but unfortunately i hastely gave my camera battery and charger to Michael, which i will remind, is in Madrid. So no picts, but take my word for it, glorious. Oh, but the few picts posted are from Zaragoza taken with my cousins camera which he was so kind to lend.
Calanda is a small town of less than 4,000 people. And was home to a Luis Brunuel ...
- Room service
- Free parking