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... fee. My incredible landlord has already ordered it done! Thanks Oliver!
Challenges of the Day
My challenges for today are to go to the gym I found and see if I can sign up for some aerobic classes and get membership for the three months I am in town. As are the most important locations, like the supermarket, language school, etc., this gym is also only 10 minutes away by foot!
Next challenge is to figure out how to get to the various ...
5/8/2014, Thursday. We will update
you on Barcelona later. Meanwhile, we
will update you on our voyage across the Atlantic. See below…
After eight comfortable and entertaining days at sea, where
the scenery never changed, except for occasional clouds and some rough waves,
On Monday March 31st we arrived on Barcelona, Spain around midnight! We took a bus to from the airport to our hostel and by the time we were all settled in it was about 2am the next morning. The city of Barcelona never sleeps, in fact clubs don't even open until 2am and close at 7am. Our hostel was really nice and had a huge lounge area, restaurant and bar downstairs. It was almost like a hotel except I was sharing a room with 11 other women. When we woke up the ...
... detailed glances, it was clear this was a masterpiece. This was designed with a lot of dedication and built with even more dedication. As far as seeing the entire building, I would have to come back again after it was reconstructed. Nonetheless, I finally got to understand what the whole talk was about with ...
... out our jackets to manage the 19 degrees here.
After settling into the hotel we headed out to brave the metro, buying a T10 card - 10 trip - as recommended by RS. Went well and we ended up quickly at the central Plaza and took the walk down 'The Ramblas”.
Its about a 30 minute stroll down a pedestrian strip to the port where everyone checks out everyone, street entertainers painted up as characters try to ...