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... Festival. There's something on every weekend in Barcelona but we weren't about to turn down A$AP Rocky, Skrillex and RL Grime. Virginia also recommended her favourite Spanish clubs which was a fresh change from the generic tourist clubs. I enjoyed partying in Spain, however its hard to really have fun when you have to watch your pockets - on 3 occasions I had girls try to pickpocket me - thankfully I had been forewarned and was ...
... while there. It's hard to find good food at 11 pm but we found this place close to the hostel. I hate seafood so we split a paella de pollo. I loved it. She thought it was pretty bad. Shows how little I know about food I guess. That, or, she wanted seafood and the chicken wasn't cutting it.
The next day we went on the free walking tour the hostel offers. One thing about Barcelona, it's a hell of a lot bigger than Dublin. Here, you can walk ...
I walked around the corner in my new Barri, and wahla!
Shining like a beacon was a bright and beautiful organic store/café. So far I have had my morning coffee (Cortado),
apple tartin, and fresh carrot/ginger juice. And I am sitting in cool comfort
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... instead. The original church burnt down, and was rebuilt. It is the most amazing Basilica - ornate with gold all around the alter area, people queued to pass the Madonna and say a prayer - she is housed in a glass case high above the alter - reached by a narrow passage way and stairs. The church also contained beautiful lamps hanging from the ceiling, each one individually designed - beautiful. Photos probably don't do it justice. Drove ...
We are currently in Barcelona, but I still have to get caught up with the rest of Italy. Here goes!
After Rome we rented a car and drove to Bologna. Drivers in Italy are, let's just say aggressive and adventurous, or we could just say CRAZY. If they want to be in your lane they just aim their car toward yours and you'd better get out of their way. They also drive really fast, get about two inches away from your bumper and just for good measure ...