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... tonight. The plan seemed fool proof now that Toby was finally off the ship! The shopping is magnificent. Toby and I do not have the same taste in women's clothing which causes friction but when we finally agree I get to buy lots! After an exhausting first 2 hours we found Starbucks with free WiFi. We stopped for coffee, checked our fb and did some banking. Randomly I thought I would check my email and saw British Airlines had sent me our ...
Today was by far the most interesting day I've spent in this wonderful city of Barcelona. It is a place that really has a way of growing on you. The people, the places, the atmosphere, the music and the culture - they all coalesce to form a vibrant city teeming with life (and rain and thunderstorms today, unfortunately for some).
On the recommendation of my good friend A of whom I wrote yesterday (she of the Happy Pills), I decided to go ...
... made our way out to the packed dance floor. We all laughed in our wild success of the night, and danced and danced and danced.
We made it out to the beach where Kelly decided she needed to run into the Mediterranean, so I stayed on the shore with the other two Canadians and held her clothes while she excitedly pranced in the water. Everyone needs a drunken Mediterranean night swim.
We called it a night and cabbed it back, settling into our beds ...
... Carcassonne, a little way out of town. It was comfortable enough. We went into the lower town for dinner and ate at a very French restaurant called Epicure, which use to be stables. The menu was completely in French, so we had to guess what we would be eating. Jillian resorted to Google translate. I had the traditional cassoulet (a stew of duck, sausage and white ...
... with tiny winding steps up to it. El Born was a great area to be in. There were nice shops, plenty of good restaurants, and it was walking distance to mostly everything.
We met up with Cody and Hannah that night for a bite to eat. We met in a nice little courtyard with lots of restaurants, had some paella(which I find quite overrated), and then came back to our apartment to sleep. It was a long day.
The first full day we ...