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... campaign but probably need to clarify that. The flag is seen everywhere - atop in town flagpoles, from balconies and even huge versions draping on craggy mountain ridges. This is a serious and well patronaged campaign.
The traffic steadily increased as we reached the distant outskirts of the city of dreams and despite well-practiced planning of the route, we soon were off course and seemingly trapped in a network of one way roads and dead end streets. And this ...
... already checked out its av.ailability at Terminal 1 when we arrived ,so no problem on the bus to Terminal 1 ,half an hour later in a cab headed for Park Guell. Arrive at Park Guell ,entrance to the Gaudi specific area ,booked out to 3 pm ,no worries we will walk around can't wait till 3 pm ,shopping to do.Left Park Guell headed for La Familigia ,about half hour walk ,stumble across a range of street fairs ...
... her though because the contiki is full of spastic ********s. She comes back ten minutes later, grabs my hand and leads me outside. I have no idea what she's playing at, she sits down with her group as if she wants me to join them, not going to happen, I get up and leave again, she can be stupid with her stupid people, I'm off to actually have fun. Ganzer is seducing a married woman who briefly entertains the idea of taking it further before leaving. We have spent enough money for one ...
"So where are you from?"
A question I've easily heard over 100 times in the past month. Anyone who travels has heard this countless times, as well as "How long are you traveling for?" "Why are you traveling?" "Where were you before/going after?" "Are you alone?" "Which was your favorite city?"
This is all polite back and forth small talk you make dozens of times a day, you find a connection, speak for another 5 minutes, and 90% of the time ...
What a beautiful city! Wow. It's all vibrant colours, big smiles, world class architecture, beautiful artwork and a relaxed vibe that doesn't quite correlate with the fame associated with Barcelona. I would put it well above London, Paris and Rome on my list of favourite cities. London was a city which sapped the money and the energy out of me with it's exorbitant costs and ****** weather, although, it is a seriously magical place. Paris was beautiful in part. But I ...