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... and sank a few cocktails. So our first real full day in Barcelona we did the bus tour, seeing all the main sites in Barcelona, with nou camp and all around the water area etc, just amazing scenery! After the tour we went to this English bar called hogans which generally had English speaking staff, there we drank a ridiculous amount of beers and talked to a bunch of random poms. One of these poms was the most turfed **** I have ever seen, his ...
... matter how you look at it. It just sucks. But, we arrived in Barcelona with a full day ahead of us. Siesta time!
- Surviving a 6:40 am flight out of Dublin to Barcelona with no one barfing
- Arriving in Barcelona and having our first travel casualty with the loss of Adah's bumble bee backpack. Nothing that can’t be replaced, though.
... I was trying to pay with
out-of-date foreign bills from Belgium and Czechoslovakia, which a close friend
had given me from her past travels for luck, and which looked like Euros to me
without my glasses. Silly Middle-aged American
In the middle of all this adjustment I took the Metro to a fabulous location near Park Guell for my brunch with Eatwith. The host was Agata, and fortunately the other guests didn’t ...
... eight years since we had seen them, it was like yesterday. We sat and talked enjoying a few beverages before heading out to dinner. With Spain playing in the world cup the atmosphere was fantastic, despite Holland winning 5-1. We moved to a bar across the street in the hope of watching the Australian game at midnight and whilst they were not licensed to show it we were pleased we had gone across there for the waiter who served us was telling us how he had met a few young ...
... is lit up every night. It was really cool to see the colors before heading to dinner where we had dinner and tried real Spanish Sangria!
The third day was dedicated fully to the beach. We first grabbed some snacks for the beach. We hadn't brought towels so we improvised. We bought a plastics furniture cover that is usually used to cover furniture while painting a room and layer on that at the beach because ...