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... we went to the Aquarium which is located next to Maremagnum Shopping Centre, the ticket price was 20 euros per adults and if you book online you might get them for 18 euros. I did find it pretty expensive to be honest, but i thought it might be really big.
As soon as you walk in there are lockers to store your belongings ( i didn't check what is the price for it). When walking down to go see the ...
... the festival of San Juan was the next night.
"Just stay, it's supposed to be insane."
Not having a hostel booked, or actually a city that I had planned on going to the next morning, I decided to stay. The rooms in San Jordi were all booked so I had decided to just stay out all night into the morning, and the guys offered to keep my stuff in their room. Maybe even sneak me in for some shut eye. Perfect.
With Kelly gone, I was only with a ...
... It was another moment where I felt like I was
put in the right place for a reason. Experiencing everything this world has to
offer not only motivates me to see more of the world but also inspires me to
dream big and make it happen… it was truly and incredible moment and a perfect
end to Barcelona day 1.
The next day we woke up early after our first night in our
Hostel. I must say, hostel living is pretty interesting. Im thankful I brought
No problems arriving in Barcelona today. We hopped on a bus tour and got a good look at the city, both the old areas and the new. Sagrada Familia was a strange one! We didn't go inside, saw enough of the outside and had a unanimous vote to give the interior a miss. We also stopped at Parc Guell to see Gaudi's work. Had a good view over the city, but otherwise thought the park rather over rated, we didn't get it!
The city itself has a good feel to ...
Montserrat, the serrated mountain, is easily identified from its relatively flat surroundings. Today we would be mimicking the Catalan people in making our pilgrimage to the famous monastery. Getting to Montserrat was fairly easy. We bought package deals that paid for our train ride and a follow on gondola ride to the top of the mountain. We caught the second train of the day at 9:45am, so it wasn't too crowded yet. The gondola ...