Spain Portugal map

11 Days Spain & Portugal

On the Spain/Portugal map, team play is the main new change but there is a variant that allow players to play it individually. There are also new rules that concerns the difference of gauge between Spain and the rest of Europe and there is one new action called insurrection.

The Mexico map features a new special action called Nationalization, which, thematically, involves player track being nationalized. This last action adds great interaction between players.

As in our first expansions, you will experience new and exciting actions and mechanisms in addition to this great game, Age of Steam.

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Q&A

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2 Week Trip to Spain and Portugal, How much spending money will be enough? | Yahoo Answers

However much you take, you'll have spent it by the end of the first week. Avoid carrying large amounts of cash around with you. Use a bank card or debit card to draw cash from an ATM as you need it (the ones in Spain and Portugal have an English language option). You'll get a much better exchange rate than for changing notes.

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How much to travel around france, spain & portugal for 3 weeks in a campervan inc. fuel, sightseeing & expens? | Yahoo Answers

If you're on a tight budget, you would do better taking trains and staying in hostels or cheap hotels rather than renting a campervan. You could spend 50 euros a day that way - which is a lot cheaper than a campervan.
Not only is campervan rental expensive, and so is petrol in Europe, but the campervan will be a major hassle in any large cities - traffic and parking are major problems, and any campsites will probably be outside the cities and require you to drive in and out of the city every day.