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... her shift was over.I guess I'll never know.)
The downtown area was nice, packed with people. We tried to go to Hard Rock Cafe but it was too long of a wait so we went to Subway. After that, we walked down La Rambla (one of the main streets to walk down). We saw the Cathedral of Barcelona which I think looks nicer than Sagrada Familia. We jumped back on the bus and then saw the downtown area near the Aquarium and Olympic area. ...
... obviously Sarah's English wasn't that great and her Spanish was even worse. He said "oh ... I only know a few words in German.. Guten tag.. Guten morgen and dunkah..." And michaela with her well practised and highly polished German accent replied ... "Yah". .. It was pretty funny. Conversation shut down, he left and we happily continued on with our evening. Michaela Next time on Mickaku's wondrous world wide travellings.... - Horses - Crazy taxi drivers - and vets Stay ...
... I understand just where all the olives come from. Who knew there were that many olive farms in the world!
I took the bus from Faro to Seville which used to be the centre of the Spanish empire with, at least for a brief period, all the boats coming from the Americas required to come up the river into Seville's port until it became evident that the river simply wasn’t big enough. This was the place where it hit me that the Spanish empire was built on ...
... yesterday. And guess what other hidden gem I found? Free undiscovered bathrooms. Ha! It was so private and quiet there. I guess the hostel's really getting to me. So happy to have made that discovery. I urge all visitors to go there for some peace and quiet.
After recentering my chi, yes, that happened, I was ready to go to the El Born and El Gotic. I didn't really look up how to get there, I just used the GPS to point me in the right direction. ...
... and lives in Barcelona.
We met in the Plaza Real and we had something right there in one of the restaurants in the square. After talking for a while we said goodbye and we headed to the Agbar Tower. The tower is full of colors (we knew it was like that at night), so after taking a few pictures we decided to walk back to our hostel.
Day 3: June 13, 2013
Our flight was supposed to leave at 18.10 so we got up early and went to see the ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility