Barcelona City Urquinaona
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... because it was against a smaller team and at 10pm on a week
night (our seats were near one of the goals, but still centre and in the third
row) and got to see Messi and Neymar close up. The atmosphere was great despite
the stadium leaning towards the emptier side, with the passion of the fans
We also heard about the Charlie Hebdo shootings whilst we were in Barcelona.
Despite being a horribly atrocious and ...
... campaign but probably need to clarify that. The flag is seen everywhere - atop in town flagpoles, from balconies and even huge versions draping on craggy mountain ridges. This is a serious and well patronaged campaign.
The traffic steadily increased as we reached the distant outskirts of the city of dreams and despite well-practiced planning of the route, we soon were off course and seemingly trapped in a network of one way roads and dead end streets. And this ...
... at some of the beaches which are right in the city area. Stunning sunny day about 28 degrees and thousands of people out sun baking on the beaches.
Staying in an interesting area called Gracia with lots of great little shops and two squares which at night are full of people eating and drinking at cafés, practising their dance steps, playing guitars ...
... While some of you might be rolling your eyes as you read this, screw off. You won't know until you're in it.
It's proven to be difficult traveling alone as a female. I've met some great guys, and I've met some terrible ones. I've been expected to go home with countless men, or gotten made fun of all night when I would cut myself off from alcohol. I've been told my dress wasn't tight enough and have been touched by strangers in more places than I'm ...
An early start on Monday morning leaving the hotel at 6am. Richard woke up at 4am as he thought the cathedral gave one too many gongs for 4 o'clock. He was worried that Spain had changed to daylight saving on the 1st of June so checked it online at 4am. It actually changed in April so now we know why it is still dark at 7am and light at 10.30pm.
So of course all three alarms went off at 5.30 and we quickly dressed and headed off to the railway station. We had ...