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... world cup, and we were lucky enough to run into Charles Barkley who took a picture with us. The Basketball World Cup was taking place in both Barcelona and Madrid. After relaxing at a beach side bar (BECAUSE I'M LEGAL HERE!!!) we decided it was time to catch the train to Madrid.
We took El AVE to Madrid, one of the country's bullet or speed trains, and the trip only took about 2 and a half hours. The train got up to around 295 km/h and we arrived around 9:30 at night.
... were on, we hopped off the bus. We had to go back to the car first as Kyria’had left her bathers there. We all ended up grabbing more clothes for the next day as we were going to stay the night and head off in the morning.
We went back to the hotel to get changed and once in our bathers headed in the direction of the beach. It was quite a walk and it was quite hot! There were lots of ice cream stalls and drinks along the way. At the end of La Rambla we also ...
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... week's class. Very interesting is that everyone is from a different country and language background:
Jasmine--from Iraq but lives in Dubai. Before that, she lived in Egypt. Speaks Arabic and English and perhaps other languages (is Persian a language?)
Caroline--from Paris, France speaks French and English
Alexei--from Russia speaks Russian of course
Charlotte-from Germany speaks German, French, English
Nicole--from Milano, Italy--Filipino mother, Italian ...
... hearts. May faith exult. Be charitable. Contribute so the Lord takes pity on the country”. I love the first line of that - Awake from tepidness those drowsy hearts – food for thought even in this day and age, where mediocrity is so often the norm! Gaudi was interestingly not the original architect, but became so when the first architect fell out with the management in 1883 and resigned. On first impression, the temple looks like one of those “dribble ...