Equity Point Sea - Hostel Barcelona
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Beds really cramped! Amazing aircon
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Hola Espana! This was the first stop on my trip to Spain during Carnival break.
Day 1: After flying into Barcelona, we checked in at our hostel, which was on the beach in the Barceloneta neighborhood. We wandered around the beach and waterfront areas (honestly, this is only the second beach I've ever been to). La Sagrada Familia was the …
... they played music and the water and lights kinda danced to it. It was amazing to watch, but in a way overshadowed by this three year old kid who took it upon herself to get up in front of the crowd of hundreds and lift her skirt up - prper hussey style! As the majority of the crowd were young athletes from the swimming championships, they got right behind her, and all the cheering just spurred her on - I see a future on the stage for this young one! After about 20 ...
... up the hill to the castle (along with a few mountain bike riders) the bikes being so much easier to handle when there's no load on the back. A great view was had of all round Barcelona from he castle when you can put a few things together re where / what that big pointy thing is. One feature that did stick out was the Sagrada Familia which manages to match height with some of the modern tower blocks.
After a bit of time watching the docks at work we'd ...
... Flamenco dancing was at "Tableo Flamenco" on La Rambla and we arrived about five minutes early. They seated our group first and then filled in the remaining seats with other members of the public. The teachers sat at the back under a very low ceiling, which seemed to trap heat. As the show progressed, I nearly dozed off as I was listening to the music and getting cozy. This is not to say that the show wasn't entertaining; on the contrary, it was amazing to watch ...
... in time for happy hour and dinner with Tom and Carol from Sacramento. After being invited to dinner by tour friends, Mom and I feel like we've attained some type of cruise ship "level up" status or acquired the "Random Dinner Buddies" badge. I totally should have seen if I could check into that with Foursquare. Next time. Sadly we leave Spain, and I am even more sure I need to come back for an extended visit. Tomorrow we dock in Marseille for the day with a half day trip to ...