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Renfe on-line

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I have not used RENFE on-line for many years. But when I entered the specifics I actually got the information I needed. Have they made the use of credit cards easier?

Our plans are all over the place and we simply want to know availability of trains.

They offer a four trip AVE ticket, has anyone used that and are there any weird limitations? Do they have a separate senior's discount?

For one leg of our trip we will be using Madrid as a base for about 8 days. We will also passing through twice for over night stays.

If anyone remembers, this is a real change from our original plans to drive across Northern Spain from Santiago to Donostia with a brief dip into Biarritz and Bayonne. We have purchased our flights and we arrive Madrid Sept 5 and leave Sept 29.

Right now, it is a week in Santiago, a week in Marrakesh, and 8 consecutive days in Madrid.

Places we are considering for a return train trip from Madrid are Toledo (with standard trains) and with the AVE Cuenca and Valencia.

Thank you again.

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