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... Yup, we unlocked the ‘traveled easily by public transit in every major city’ achievement!)
Just in general, it was so cool to be able to go to a music festival beside the sea in Barcelona. This was a pretty expensive add-on to our trip but Ben was free and it was Sean’s birthday present, so we justified it. (And it was definitely worth it!) There were lots of stages tons of bands, great food and awesome vendors - it was ...
... to lingerie to Gucci. We were on a flight booked thru Iberia but it was operated by Vueling. In Europe, you have to check in at the counter that is assigned to your flight, not just any Vueling line but the one to Barcelona. There were 15 or so people in line and it took awhile to get to the front, and we soon realized why. The flight was completely booked and your baggage had to fit into a small square by the front desk and weigh under 12 kg, mine was 12.5 kg and ...
Train ride into Barcelona was smooth and fast pace of over 300 kilometers which equates to approximately 186 mph. Very modern in design, a glass doors that opens like star trek and a little food coach to enjoy some coffee, beer or wine. Very modern train that put the Chunnel train to shame. We left from the same train station in Madrid where the bombings happened in 2004. Upon our arrival we met with our city ...
shop for a dress I crack it. It’s been 4 different times we had gone shopping
and fair to say I had enough of it. So cranky pants comes out to play I stomp my
way to the starting point of the tour and we get some food into our bellies.
Not just any food we have some delicious pastries for lunch mine filled with
ham and cheese. It picks my mood enough
for the tour and we head around the culture rich city that is Barcelona. The
... of instruction by teachers of Spanish literature or language, and foreign languages by teachers of those languages. An experimental partial immersion programme adopted by some schools allows for the teaching of a foreign language (English, generally) across the curriculum, though this is limited to a maximum of 30% of the school day. No public school or escola concertada in Barcelona may offer 50% or full immersion programmes in a foreign language, nor does any public school ...