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Today we strolled down La Ramblas, around the port and ended up at the beach.
What a beautiful pebbled sand beach full of beautiful people. The weather is perfect, about 24 degrees.
Lunch was at a sidewalk restaurant in one of the best plazas here - Plaza Reial.
This is the one we were waiting for - seafood paella, vino and a large glass of ice cold beer for Greg.
After a little siesta back at ...
... as well. I got a pouch for my little brother which he loved it cost around 12 euros which wasn't bad.
We had lunch there, so of course there are loads of fast food places but you also have the nicer restaurants. So we decided to go to a fast food restaurant they had burgers and hot dogs. I got a burger plus chips and a coke and it was 10.50 euros. The portions were big and also was the coke. It was a great choice.
The one thing that ...
... though, great way to start any night, I opted out.
Opium was a beachfront club, as stylish as it gets in Barcelona, we dress accordingly and get a cab rather than a train to be nice to Jack who was in great deals of pain, not that you'd know as he did not mention it a lot.... Seconds after exiting the cab we are offered coke, it takes some messing around but we get some from Jimmy, which I'd bet wasn't his real name. We get through the door, there's no line so there's plenty ...
... she'll be engaged in a few years. Problem - this girl was ambitious and her heart belonged in fast paced New York City. She wanted to climb up the corporate ladder and be a successful independent woman, not be a stay at home wife back in her hometown.
I shared my own experiences, told her I had been where she was a year ago, and explained to her everything I've learned over the past few years. How often I switched schools, didn't know where I wanted to be, ...
... what we should go see. He pointed us in the direction of the port and we started walking. We ended up off the beaten path a bit, in a locals neighborhood with lots of little supermarkets, convenience stores and produce shops. we bought a fresh avocado, a pear and another peach. This was fairly close to the water so we kept walking and found the water. There were some really nice yachts, and finally some grass! Locals were sitting on towels, ...