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... way out within n hour. We made it out with 1.5 minutes to spare! Very fun. We then walked to the House of Terrors which was a little more sobering. We learned about the Hungarians time during WWII. It takes you down to the basement where prisoners or Jews were kept before they were executed. After this we stopped for lunch then headed to some markets for a look around then back to the hotel to relax in the hot baths. Budapest has definitely been a highlight for me. Such good vibes ...
... at 27%, with 50% of youths unemployed. However, Catalonia is sitting
at 16%). So it will be interesting to see the outcome of this movement- whether
Europe gains another country or not.
After the tour we went down to the Marina and went to the cinema to watch
“Unbroken” it was a pretty good film and interesting to see places near our
home disguised as California and Japan (we wondered whether the Spanish in the
audience could tell it ...
... I am very good about booking what I work *coughcough*, hop on the train to get to Gatwick for my 5:00 flight to Barcelona. Pretty uneventful flight and arrive at Barcelona at around 8:00 PM (hour time change from London). Upon arrival, head directly to the train station located at the airport. Having done my research I understand this is the best way to get to the city and that one of the stops is actually a 3 minute walk from my hotel. ...
... had hundreds of different crazy shots! I had a willy wonka shot with m&ms and whipped cream! After, Justine, Olivia, Elie and I went to Pacha a club on the beach!
Sunday we woke up late and went to the beach and got really cool ice cream before coming back to get ready for the first real day of school tomorrow!
I am falling more and more in love with this city every day and so happy I get to be here for 3 more months!
... We noticed that Catalan looks somewhat like French when written so we had an easier time with it. Looks like French, sounds like Spanish...Neil was complemented on his pronunciation of 'Al compte si us plau' which means 'the bill please'. I tried very ************ounce 'Gracias' correctly and I think I'm pretty good at it ...