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- Multilingual staff
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Despite having to sleep on couches, the place was in a pleasant area of Barcelona with easy access to metro stations and yummy restaurants. It was clean and cool.
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... and some ibuprofen in me, because I wasn't going to let this slow me down. I think it is important to note that I have done very little research prior to my stays in each place. So with Spain, it was the same. The best way I like to decide what to do is to get out, walk around and explore what is around me. So after getting pumped with meds I set out on foot.
The first neighborhood I explored was where my flat is, El Gotico or ...
... improvise our way around the situation, find an alternative, and come away laughing.
Now Avi is back home and I'm in Spain - back to my usual mode of travelling on my own. There's a certain freedom in travelling alone: you don't have to take anyone's needs or desires into consideration except your own, it's easier to meet people because you don't present as a "unit," and there's way more time to just sit and think. And write. On the other hand, ...
... to the north-west. Climate Main article: Climate of Barcelona Barcelona has a Mediterranean climate (Köppen climate classification: Csa), with mild, humid winters and warm, dry summers. Its average annual temperature is 20 °C (68 °F) during the day and 11 °C (52 °F) at night. The average annual temperature of the sea is about 18 °C (64 °F). In the coldest month – January, the temperature typically ranges from 7 to 17 °C (45 to 63 ...
We completed our Gaudi fix with a trip to Park Guell. Guell had been a major benefactor for Gaudi and this was next to the site for ...
... Placa del Rei. From here we strolled by The Cathedral of St. Eulalia, one of the patron saints of Barcelona. Eulalia was a 13 year old virgin (the virgin part seems to be a big deal) who was a Christian in Roman times. She approached the Roman ruler about how he was treating the Christians. Of course he did not like this but was impressed that she had the guts to confront him. So he gave her a chance to renounce her Christianity before each of the ...