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Madrid Death March, Episode 5, The Spanish Stress Crawl
To appreciate the misery of the Spanish Crawl, you must first read, Episode I, Episode 2, Episode 3: One Wrong Decision Can Cost You Your Life!, and Episode 4: Lost in the Underworld.
I survived intact off the train at the transfer point. I only wish I’d gotten off at the right station. Now what? I locate another map and reroute my journey. Lucky me, I could reach the correct transfer center through the pedestrian tunnel. Lucky me there were several two and three level changes, but there were escalators. Lots of escalators.I only wish More >
Dateline: Deep in the Underbelly of Madrid, Spain
(1) a gargantuan suitcase on rollers returned after the flight with a slight problem. The pull out handle could only be pulled half way out. Thus, as I drag the luggage behind me I must maintain a stooped posture like that guy with the lantern who wanders the earth looking for an honest man. As a bonus, the boxy thing bangs my ankles with every step.
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How to Sell Your Soul Down the River
Dateline: Backseat of taxi barreling out of the Madrid airport with Jorge at the wheel. Jorge’s so thrilled with the sunrise I suspect his morning ham was smoked in more ways than one. It’s a bright sunny morning. This tourist is on usual natural high. No stress or anxiety at all. Which is when I wave trouble right on in.
To comprehend this complex and daring episode, you must first read Madrid Death March, Episode One.
I learn forward from the back More >
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LAST TOURIST STANDING
Lesson: Why it’s never a good idea to judge how other people spend their money. And, yes, I was that woman in cargo shorts dragging my luggage (bang, bang, bang) up and down the two-story non-working escalators in the subway. Up and down and up and down. More >
To comprehend the danger that awaits the soul of a person who is not a savvy shopper, or a savvy anything in the outside modern world, you must catch up with Episode One and Episode Two.
Now that you’ve caught up. We return to the IKEA Virgin.
The adventure began with a search for a couple of desk-tables small enough for the bedroom. After finding no tables small enough to fit my needs at normal furniture stores, I’ve taken the well-dressed More >
Dateline: DFW Airport International Branch Headquarters, chair in the corner, face to the wall.
First, I’d like to apologize to those unfortunate passengers on flights with me this weekend. If you are thinking, “Maybe I was on a plane with her and I didn’t know it,” you were not. If you recall a short blond woman, her agonized face mashed into the window, who seemed determined to cough up her lungs, or heard one side of the 737 you were in crackle and thunder, just maybe you were. I’m very, very sorry.
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