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... ropes course that we did as a family, and 2) finally meeting up with the Sena family (friends of friends from the Bay Area) who are also traveling around the world. We have been trying to meet up since Asia.
One of the themes from our journey has been “facing our fears.” Olivia and I both have a fear of heights. Mine is specific to crossing high bridges where you can see between the slats. (Weird, I know.) So, this ropes course was ...
... is different again from what we have seen in Europe but
intricately pleasing with some very old buildings. There are lots of
trees and in some areas buildings have been removed to widen streets
and generally the buildings on street corners have two 45 degree
angles instead of a 90 degree corner creating spacious intersections
with good visibility. The city had a face lift for the 92 Olympics
and beautifying work is ongoing ...
... again we roasted in the stands but this time the result was much better with NZ taking it 9-4ish! After the game we waited and spoke to Alex in the stands while watching Aus smash China (NZs next opponent). This was an unusual result as China are ranked No 1 in the world at the moment!!!
After that we wanted to use the rest of our day to look around Barcelona a bit more and then go go the beach again. We did need to go back to the Police station again to do a ...
... dinner went inside, got more drinks and waited for the party tour person to get there. Alex found the lady and we paid around 40 euro and signed up for the tour. We got a free wine at that place and had half an hour until the next place. When we finished our drinks we got on the coach and headed off for the next bar. The driver cranked the tunes (sounded so bad on the speakers). We got to the bar and got our free wines, the bar was ...
... grand architecture and detail on the outside of the building is amazing. Then you step inside and see the colored lights and columns and room for 2,000 choir members. It doesn't seem like it could possibly be a church. The funny thing about it is that it's still in the works and not even completely finished. Antoni Gaudi is one of Barcelona's most incredible products in my opinion. From there, we went on a walk down the Las Ramblas and saw tons of ...
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