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... Columbus Monument was nearby and the tourist information office was located in the lower level. The T.I. offices in Europe are everywhere and very helpful, you can get a map, information about public transportation and buy tickets for assorted events. We bought football (soccer) tickets and tickets to Santa Maria de Montserrat, located 41 miles north of the city.
Barca vs. Granada
I was excited to attend a football game, I asked the woman ...
... euro cover charge. This better be good. Omg we had so much fun! Got in at 3:00 only cause the Canadians had 4:00 flights out. I'm pretty sure I caught a disease from all the dirty dancing but YOLO! We celebrated Alicia's 40th birthday in style and I can't wait to visit Canada to party some more. These people don't mess around. As usual I was mesmerized by Raul's dance moves. Really going to miss that strange bird. Anyway headed to bed now for probably the worst flight ever. Thank god for ...
... and I found a small Supermarket, almost a corner store, picking
up enough things to make basic fajitas and Sangria.
Marcel, another Spanish friend from Canada
who now lives in Barcelona joined us for dinner and drinks. Lots of laughs and
silly photos were taken through the evening. Imogen and I sat up talking with
friends and family until after 4am; given the ideal time to communicate with
... of tapas and paella! After dinner we
watched a fantastic flamenco show, at which our coach driver Gazza bought all
the girls red roses! The flamenco show was amazing, charged with incredible
emotion. The night only continued to get more epic from there, heading to a
club and getting totally and utterly smashed! An amazing night partying, until
3 in the morning!
Day 7: Barcelona.
Today was a free day to explore Barcelona! So of course, we
... had taken me to the station the night before to get my ticket, and now we knew why. As with everything else, the ticket station closed mid-day and there was nobody available to sell us a ticket. The lady in the information center explained that we may be able to buy tickets on board, but couldn't make any guarantees. My heart sank, thinking of our only option to be to take the RyanAir flight the next day from Pescara to Barcelona in just enough time to catch our ...