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... ensuing few minutes were harrowing but very funny. We spoke no Spanish, the cab driver spoke no English. Four Americans trying to get to a hotel in a huge city, with no address.
Lots of gesticulating and a couple of calls by the cabbie to ... somebody??? and we found the block where the hotel should be. No sign, just a beautiful old wooden door with the number 85. As it turned out, the hotel is ...
... food drinks and fun in the Garcia precinct...what a buzz great place Barcelona,made it to La Familia ,lines for entry not to bad so we go to join the queue and find out that the tickets purchased at 1pm will enable us to enter at 7pm that night. Not on....shopping to do and plane to catch . Take time to admire Gaudis creation...amazing building still under construction but it knocks me out each time I see ...
... br> I dove in and three of the guys from my group followed, all of us happy in our bathing suits.
It was freezing.
Unlike the water in Nice, there were waves that were picking us up and gently setting us back down. One guy ran out after a few seconds, but the rest of us swam out.
"Holy ****, look out behind us."
I turned from the beach and saw complete blackness behind us.
"Let's swim out to it."
I don't know ...
... the latina music. Getting back to
our hostel was quite the ordeal. The metro was closed at 2 am and didn’t open
unil 6 am… so we got in one cab, and were taken to a metro station when the
cabie learned how far away our stop was, then took a metro back to the middle
of the city. Tried to find another cab for a few hours… then finally had some
luck. It took us 30 mins to cab back to our hostel and the cab had to manouver
its way up steep small ...
... of the outside, and then found out that due to a special event taking place that day, we weren't allowed inside. Without letting these events hinder our spirits, we leisurely hung-out in a nearby park, crashed a nun picnic, and later on we were happily lost along the beach.
All in all, it was a ridiculously laid-back and carefree weekend. As I'm writing this blog post, the pane is landing in our next 3-day destination- look for the next post to come from Madrid!