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... near the window. Our photo shows us very happy and cool as our trip is about start! The day was very hot and the compartment was too, very quickly, so Peter and I found a window at the end of the next carriage and stayed there for most of the journey. I don't know how the others coped in the compartment for the two hour journey. The two jolly traditional conductors did a good job of being cheery! And there was the cafeteria ...
... spa treatments
80. Test drive a expensive sports car
81. Raft the Grand Canyon
82. Gondola ride in Italy
83. See the Taj Mahal in India
84. Ride a camel in the desert
85. Go to Las Vegas
86. Visit the great wall of china
87. Rio Carnival in Brazil
88. Go to the Island of Bali in Indonesia
89. Walk the steps of Jesus
90. Write my own cookbook with all my favorite recipes
JOURNEY: San Sebastian, Pamplona, Huesca, Lleida- 360 kms
WEATHER: Cold and wet, improving to sunny by noon
Sadly when we checked the weather forecast for our well researched trip through the Spanish side of the Pyrenees it predicted very ...
... the monastery of Montserrat, but it was difficult to see them well through the haze. The territory was generally hilly: over a ridge then across a river plain. We could see a few towns in the distance, mostly from the way the light shone through their church bell towers, but the area right by the A-2 was almost all manufacturing or fields.
We arrived at our hotel just after sunset. It is a bit of a strange hotel, but we’re happy. The lobby is large, but reception ...
After a great start to my Spanish stone fruit experience in the Extramedura region, I moved onto Catalonia (North East Spain). I took the AVE high speed train across the country from Seville to Lledia which took about 4½ hours – travelling at around 300km/h!!
I spent two weeks in Catalonia with stone fruit supplier Catafruit who are based in a small village called La Portella.
The business was quite different ...