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Barcelona was the city Eric wanted to spend the most amount
of time in and I can see why. After arriving at Barcelona Sants (after
travelling on the Renfe ‘brand’ train, the best train we have been on so far)
we caught the metro to our hotel. The Barcelona metro system has been the
easiest and cheapest to use so far and is extremely efficient- the longest we
had to wait was 3 minutes. There was also diagonally travelling ...
... parties over its lengthy history.
The day was disappearing so I quashed plans to visit the Olympic stadium and instead enjoyed the ride down the mount before riding sweatily back to the hotel where J soon appeared after her busy day. We refreshed and headed for a most local ale before re ambling into our own local Ramble de Poblenou where we joined the throngs and adorned a roadside table for a delish seafood meal enjoying a Riojas Red.
Another great day in this amazing ...
... and economics. Couchsurfing is an amazing way to travel because you get a local view of the city. The first night we did a mellow little tour of the local bars, where I quickly remembered how awesome tapas are. For every drink you order, you get a little bit of food for free. It's awesome. Yesterday we walked all over the place, saw the sights and a couple museums. We had an AMAZING lunch-- salad, fois, and some of the ...
... upon. We found someone to take our picture in front of it and then just looked at it for a while, marveling it's beauty. We walked up the stairs on the side to the top, and there was a guy selling little magnets of Barcelona so we bought one.
As we left this area we ended up discovering something else really cool. There were concrete partitions which had been brought in for graffiti artists to work on. The side of the wall that was facing us ...
... to LA. Oh, how I miss Valencia... :( Estoy triste.
We hopped off before going too far and found the 44 bus to get us close to our hostel.
I was so tired. And also noticed I didn't eat much. Took an early shower and went for dinner nearby in my lonesome. Kinda nice, but kinda lonely if you know what I mean.
The guy on the top bunk, Brian from Belgium, were going to a flamenco show at a popular venue, but I was really tired. So I stayed ...