Albareda Youth Hostel
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... br> After Montserrat we were dropped off in the city for 2 1/2 hours free time. A good time to ramble down las Ramblas, the Main Street in Barcelona and get ripped off by Barcelona's ATM's. I went to withdraw some money and right at the crucial time for the machine to dispense me the money it shuts down, so no receipt, no money but it did spit out my card. We stood there for ages dumbfounded pushing buttons etc but nothing. The machine then ...
... military were circulating and the police as well. Jasmine didn't like that they had batons but I was ok with it. I think in the end, if someone has a bomb, the bomb would win, not the baton. We hopped on the train and got comfortable, I used the down time to catch up on my journal entries. I was about a week behind. A lady with her daughter sat opposite us. Her daughter was so cute. She was also well behaved. She watched her cartoons on her DVD player and just ...
... to sink in that this trip is going to be the greatest thing that any of us do for the rest of our lives.
We didn't want to go out tonight because we were biking the following day, but we also didn't want to miss out on potentially the second greatest city in the world (New York being the first), so we went with the group when Gustavo showed up. People were less pumped tonight and the Aussies didn't even come out, but ...
Today is St George's Day, a Catalonian celebration of their patron saint and to celebrate the death of Cervantes and Shakespeare. A man gives a lady a rose and a lady gives a man a book.
We had a city tour today which was a nice combination of bus and walking. We started in St Jaumes square where the mayor's building is located, across the square from the building of the President of Catalunya. This ...
... time I visit Berlin, I think it’s the last time I’ll pass through TXL, which is scheduled to close when BBI opens. And then every time I return, I land again at Tegel. Will this truly be the last time at TXL? We shall see. It’s unfortunate that Tegel is planned to shut down because it’s well located in West Berlin and is such a small, efficient airport. The new BBI will be outside Berlin city’s limits on the southeast side of town, far away from the ...