Arco A&A Youth Hostel
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... it was upgraded from an earlier block fort that you can see protruding from the centre. Maybe I make up too many things but that’s my version of it.
Was good chatting to Alex at the top of the fort too, I really appreciate him showing us so many things but regret not having time to just sit down and catch up properly =P. Turns out he’s doing his CFA while working, sounded like a busy schedule =S…he’s a lot more organised ...
... and headed Back to the house. The next day me and AJ went into the city purchased our -€31.00 two day hop on hop off passes so se could see the city. We went back to Barcelona today and walked the entire Rambla (the Longest Shopping district in all of Europe) I loved it. Came home around 10:30 pm, and went to a street party with Carles and his friends there is a live band until 12:30... I'm sooooo tired. Tomorrow we relax here at home, there is ...
... one side of their head, we don't know why. From one side they look normal, from the other side, no hair, very strange. The fellows are into an even more peculiar haircut. We have named it the deadlock mullet. As you guessed it is exactly that, head shaved but four or five long mullet dreadlocks left dangling in the back. I'm not sure why they do this or how they could devote the years required to grow ...
... lies the problem. Maybe.
I'm glad to say I had a spectacular second day. I'm really not sure what happened on that first day, but the spark came back, even through another ten hours of walking. (I really need to stop doing that or I'll burn out too quickly.) I walked the Barri Gňtic (old gothic quarter, full of marvelous architecture) and avoided the tourist-crowded streets, letting myself get lost a hundred times...on purpose. Then I went to ...
... to Albany only to find out that Spanair didn't really have any connection info for us. Juliet provided her itinerary and got a boarding card for Barcelona to Newark but I didn't. I had an aisle seat in row 25 and Juliet was in row 5. I boarded from the rear. It was a short flight marred only by the Russian woman in front of me whomping my knees every time she leaned back in her seat. Her party ordered drinks and were in high spirits, especially as we waited ...
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- Fitness/Health center