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Spain's spooky city, Ciudad Valdeluz
Not all by myself, How fun that I did look it up in the first place, my boy was looking at the top equipment and wanted to know why it was abandoned, so we just kept looking it up to find out more!
Here on because I just got my copy of the time of year twenty-two days ago and saw this same city. Again, here's the repeat of Top Gear. Yes, the best walk! A nine-year-old boy has fallen in for Top Gear (every single one of the episodes (=-?)), we watched and saw the reruns.
Last weekend, but "unfortunately" the city seems to be back on course. It' not occupied, but most parts are inhabited, not like in the Top Gear EP. A few streets are still empty, but blocked off by road blocks. I' m here for Top Gear, too.
To see the repetitions of the last sessions and to get to know the new Top Gear crew. This place got a second shot because of the top equipment. I' ve just seen Top Gear at Dave's and checked it out!
This deserted Spaniard airfield, which has become renowned for Top Gear, can be sold for only 10,000 Euro.
The deserted Spanish airport Ciudad Real, made known by former Top Gear moderators Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May, could be offered for only 10,000 Euro to a China company. The freight schedule, which according to the study will be between 60 and 100 million euro, will involve the purchase of extra plots of property and investment in facilities and outfitting.
Others may still try to buy the plant in a thinly settled area 125 nautical leagues southwest of the capitol if they submit an estimate of at least 28 million euro or 70 per cent of the value of the site within 20 working day. Following approvals in 2006, construction and operation of the terminal between 2010 and 2012 costs one billion euro for two years.
The approximately 2.5 mile long take-off and landing strip is large enough for an Airbus A380.