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... we were very hungry so we decided to walk to a local restaurant to get some early dinner. The rest of the afternoon we walked around the surrounding area then relaxed back at the apartment.
The next morning, my dad prepared eggs for breakfast for everyone. When we were done, we walked to Placa Catalonia to buy the tickets for the city tour. We took the tour bus from Placa Catalonia - it is the nerve ...
... got ready for dinner for an early 8:30pm reservation. We ate at a lovely restaurant near our hotel called BocaGrande. Authentic Spanish tapas and once again delicious Sangria. We had local favorites like fries covered with egg and black truffle, amazing scallops, croquettes, and ceviche. We ended the evening with a big delicious mojito up on the roof of the Ommm Hotel listening to music and enjoying the ...
... however, we hope they are already safe at their homes.
We arrived at 18.30 in Barcelona where the first thing to do was to withdraw money for the entire stay. We took just enough according to our budget (€140 for both days for both of bus), we bought a metro ticket that was worth 10 trips for €10, plus round trip transfer from the airport which was €10,20 per person.
We arrived at the hostel which was called Sant Jordi (Gonzalo had ...
... pint I was used to in England.
The next morning, I was up at six and on my plane before lunch, watching the city disappear from view as we flew over the snowcapped Pyrénées.
Landing back into London, it was drizzling-as it endlessly does in England-and I suddenly wanted to book another ticket and run away back to beautiful Barcelona. It was an intensely beautiful city, with a lot to offer, a perfect place for an easy getaway. I can't wait to get back there.
... get a little concerned...all the houses are connected to each other with numbers on the gates or doors. We finally find #42 and we go over to ring the bell. A nice lady opens the gate and starts rattling off in Spanish - did I mention we don't speak Spanish? I mean I know enough to get a few words here and there but definalely not fluent by any means. So, I finally able to get enough to realize she is saying check-in is at 4pm. (It is now 3). But she finally says we can go ...