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Buying Train Tickets - RENFE website

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Hello, all...

I am slogging my way through the RENFE website -- my Spanish is so-so -- and when I put in dates for Seville to Granada on May 5, it tells me it could not find any trains.

"No se han encontrado trenes"

Is that because it is too soon to buy them (I hope!) or because they are all full?

Or perhaps, I'm not really following the procedure at all correctly. I found the train I wanted and clicked the shopping cart. The next screen ("Busca y compra tu viaje:") showed the correct citites and date, but when I click "Buscar" that's when I got the message.

Thanks.
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