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... the wall gets totally remade. Afterwards we walked over a mass grave turned memorial and learnt about the Andalusian struggle for independence from Spain which has been going on for centuries and has a fairly huge following in Barcelona (the independence flags, an Andalusian flag with a blue triangle with a white star in it were everywhere once you looked out for them). We finished up in a huge park which used to be a Spanish military base where they would watch ...
Well, it's about that (extremely sad) time where I start making my way back to Munich, Germany for my flight home. I've decided to leave Madrid a little earlier so I can stop in different places along the way to Germany, instead of taking a 30 hour train ride. Sounds delightful, no? Exactly. So goodbye Madird! I will miss you...but hello Barcelona! Again. I would move to Barcelona in a heart beat. Maybe I'll do a study abroad program here next year! We shall see... I am currently ...
... of cycling going on all around me, but on the whole everyone was very polite.
Then, NO WARNING! "Turn right, you've reached your destination".. and even at my slow speed of 40 miles an hour, it was too late. So, I had to take the next turn, and that took me through a series of one-ways that you can't believe!!! until finally, after throwing a huge S, I managed to stop in front of the hotel, only to be told that after a quick ...
... five days in Barcelona before heading back home. For those five days, we stayed in an apartment in the non-touristy, residential barrí of Poble Sec. Across the street was a preschool; on the first morning, we woke up to Lady Gaga blasting from speakers in front of the school. No mamby-pamby Mary had a Little Lamb music for these kids! Turns out they were celebrating Carnaval (Fat Tuesday), which was a pretty big deal in Barcelona. There were eight parades ...
... to the place. Everyone on tour asked if we could stay to which Leo assured us that the next place would be a delight. As we drove to Carcasonne, we viewed how perfume is made and drove through Nice followed by a stop at Avignon - a quaint town that looked like it had stepped right out of one of Van Gogh's painting. We are met with more Christmas stalls which have really set the mood for the festive season for those on tour. On this night, Susan, Jemima, Paula, ...