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Day 113: Today we left our friends from the La Tomatina and caught the train headed to Barcelona (we had to buy our train tickets as we accidentally left our Europass tickets on the last train). We got in quite late and most of the supermarkets had already closed so we got some tapas dinner from around the corner, it was a good change with the …
... for the week and all of the BIWPCA staff who made this trip an amazing time.
I hope that all of you enjoyed the blog and for the younger girls you got to see what is in store for you possibly in the future. To everyone out there keep working hard! Parents we will see you at the airport baggage claim, please be on time because my mother in law is about to leave our kids on the front lawn if we don't get home soon! :)
As they stay in Spain....Adios!
... moved quickly. I was so happy that we packed light (although next time determined to pack lighter to make the 8 kg weight (mass) limit!)... So many people getting off the boat had so much damn huge luggage! It was comical watching them try to cram it in these little Barcelona taxis! We had a pretty smooth check in at the airport, although the gate agent wanted proof of our return flight back to the US, which I for some odd reason I did not have printed out! But ...
... always managed to point us in the right direction! Upon our arrival at the cute and hipster Tailor Hostel, the man who worked at the desk gave us maps, a list of places to visit & bars to stop by, as well as tricks to travel around the city cheaply. He even joined us for drinks that afternoon!
- Cultural Pride: Barcelona and the province of Catalunya have an incredible sense of pride in their history, language (Catalan - quite different from Spanish), and culture. It ...
... as we could. We hung out in the train station switching between charging our phones and using McDonald's WiFi. It was helpful because I got caught up on my journal, and ended up using 1/4 of it just on this trip.
Eventually we get on the bus and took it to Bilbao. Of course we get the seat right behind the guy who snores the entire time. As if we weren't already sleep deprived. Bilbao's station is outside, so we grab coffee and drink it really slowly to stay inside the cafe ...