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Today at 3:30 we went on a train ride from Barcelona to San Sebastián which took nine and a half hours and I was reading on the bus and finished my two books so I could catch up on my school work and I also watched movies and drew so we didn't really do much today but I'm sure we're gonna be busy tommorow. And I forgot to mention but 2 days ago I was sick and I didn't feel well because I had some bad food and I vomited :(, but the good news is now I'm all better:) (yay ...
... flew over her head. Then I remembered that it was more of a baseball term. That’s when I realized that no matter how immersed in a foreign country I am, I will forever be American.
Baseball in Spain is just a word. It’s a name of a sport they only know because of how much American media is circulated over here. In America, Baseball is steeped in the fiber and history of our country and has even had some of ...
This place is another paradise. The weather is so unbelievably perfect that even Ashley can't complain about being too hot or too cold. We walked around town in the morning, finally finding the Lidl tucked underground in the back of a shopping center so we could stock up on beach beers. Our Airbnb host said drinking in public is legal, but we find it strange that no one takes advantage of that at the beach (we're trendsetters here). We got a few beers ...
... of the park. It was the most impeccable combination of nature and modern art.
I have a strong appreciation of art, and color and Barcelona gave me an overwhelming feeling of admiration for how perfectly spread out different pieces of art and construction were. Walking down a street of pedestrians and familiar shops, very similar to Times Square in New York, but occasionally a church or building with exceptional detail was spotted. These buildings ...
Day 12 Waking up and not knowing where your going to be the next day, or whether your going to find accommodations is slightly scary, but very exciting. I walked to both train stations and couldn't make a decision as to where I wanted to go next. I had to run back to the beach from the train station to make it in time for my surf lessons. I got my board, rented a wetsuit, and headed to the beach with the rest of the crew. ...