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... ornate ceilings. There is also a viaduct and other structures made out of rock.
There are stunning views from all over the hillside of Barcelona city and the sea below.
There are two small houses designed by Gaudi near the entrance to the park and they are like fairyland houses and reminded me of a gingerbread house and a mosque.
The mosaic work throughout the park is magnificent!
... Of course, I couldn't. My most sincere apologies, stranger.
Our group migrated to another beach bar, so we followed behind. Eventually she stopped me, gave me a hug, and told me she loved me. I started to laugh at how emotional she was being and told her to start having fun. I don't know what happened, but she ran off, so I spun around and started to look for my friends. Nowhere.
I started to search through giant crowds of people searching for ...
... off at and had fun making friends
with other students from the states and the owner of the restaurant. Another
quality of Europe I can appreciate is the personal opportunities you have in
situations such as this. After our dinner we went to a bar called Chupitos
which means ‘shots’ in Spanish. It was a bar that only sold shots and was SO
COOL. All the shots were 2 euro and although they weren’t very strong they were
awesome. Me and Amanda made our ...
... was so sweet and happy to meet us. It was really interesting to meet a local Barcelonian and hearing her take on the Spain vs. Catalan Region separation debate.
We then met up with Hailey for smoothies and fish pedicures at the mall which was the old bull-fighting arena in the city. I somehow survived the tickling caused by these fish, with a little support form Hail. Again, thank goodness for that girl.
Hail introduced us to 1-euro jugs of Sangrias as ...
Because we did not go to Valencia, we spent three days in Barcelona. Day 1 was a mess. It poured rain all day. We watched it come down in the morning. After lunch the Susans convinced Andrea to go out into it. Ken decided to stay dry. We got out our rain gear and climbed aboard the shuttle bus for our first excursion into the city of Barcelona. Susan was on a quest for a soccer jersey and this is a BIG soccer city. We put ...