Like him, to Vigo and also leaving from A Corua, he travels in a seat near Sonya. She is a teacher. She teaches training cycles in the textile sector. And she still doesn’t know where she will have the place this year. It may be that the same thing happened to her as the year before, when she was assigned a center in Vigo. And so, she believes that the Government’s measure of free trains will make things much easier for her: It changes my life. From renting a hostel to work in Vigo, I can go on to live in A Corua and travel there. It’s an hour and twenty journey, I can do it perfectly to nothing that the schedules suit me, she points out as she wraps herself in a scarf on this first day of September in which the rain finally greets through the train window.
Laura, Vilagarciana and chambermaid in Pontevedra, has also taken the 8.50 train. It shows that she is a novice in these displacements. Like many, she has found that the Renfe application has been collapsed since at least last night and it is impossible to formalize tickets. So he had to do it at the station itself. Luckily, you don’t run into queues. He had always traveled by car to work. He changed to the train for free and he does not dislike the measure, although the railway schedules do not fit everything into his work shifts. This woman points out: The train thing doesn’t seem bad to me, but I think it would be better if they didn’t let all prices rise so much in general. Now that would be much more positive than this, he thinks.
Are the 9.04 and the loudspeaker should be announcing that the train has arrived at Pontevedra. He does not do it. She has become flustered. Perhaps she is also nervous on this opening day.
Renfe adds 14,000 weekly seats in Galicia due to the avalanche of demand for free passes