Ride the Train

Just dropped number 3 at the airport and he is off to the US. We did our standard simple good bye and sent him on his way. Surprisingly the airport was really busy in the arrivals dept. just tons of people. I didn’t notice which planes were coming in.
Just dropped number 3 at the airport and he is off to the US. We did our standard simple good bye and sent him on his way. Surprisingly the airport was really busy in the arrivals dept. just tons of people. I didn’t notice which planes were coming in.
Just dropped number 3 at the airport and he is off to the US. We did our standard simple good bye and sent him on his way. Surprisingly the airport was really busy in the arrivals dept. just tons of people. I didn’t notice which planes were coming in.
This is one of the coolest websites I have seen. It is all about metro/underground/subway systems around the world. As a world traveler adn freqent user of public transport this site is a gem of information and resources for when I travel.
It is also quote inspiring, anemia
like my trip in Prague I was impressed with the style of the stations and the lines. It was coordinated and each one had its own style for you to regonize it just by looking the design and not the name.
So who ever is designing the supposed mass transit system for Kuwait better look at the site and read up on the benifits of each system and their downfalls, and also that metro stations are beutiful. They have to deal with thousands of people everyday waiting and pacing to work and should have style to it. Cause if you are going to be spending that much money, at least make it look pretty.

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2 thoughts on “Ride the Train”

  1. I have a feeling its not going to be on schedule, have constant break downs, and nobody is going to use it except foriegners(like our current transit system).

    They should make it really hip and advertise the hell out of it. If they make it a new trend it could be a huge success.

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