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Blog posts tagged ‘Spain’

Please God let Deutsche Bahn run Spain’s trains

For example, a decade later, Deutsche Bahn continues to offer better Spanish timetable info than Renfe, the data's owner, and in English.

Located, the fifth fanny / Encontrado, el quinto coño

"El quinto coño" refers, for reasons unclear even to connoisseurs of Jamesian multivulvular theory, to an almost impossibly far-away place. There's a meme going round at the moment which places it in an undetermined locality in Murcia. Murcia is not far away from anywhere, so this is presumably Valencian slander. Restaurante el Quinto Coño is […]

Posted by admin on Wednesday March 23rd 2011 at 11:43. Comments Off on Located, the fifth fanny / Encontrado, el quinto coño
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Church of Sant Pau at Montmany about to fall down?

That's the claim here, although I have to say it doesn't seem to have got much worse in the years I've been basing a route around it. Partial collapse, leaving accessible Gothic-ish ruins, might even be preferable, but if it disappeared completely and the mad, mad farm next door were to be civilised then the […]

Posted by admin on Monday March 21st 2011 at 22:04. Comments Off on Church of Sant Pau at Montmany about to fall down?
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