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Travel Blogs from Barcelona
... told me, how it's easy to fall back into your old life after travel. I refuse to let that happen. I never want to rid this pure, untainted bliss. This to me, is home.
It's the first time in my life I don't constantly need someone to be with, the comforts of my house, and to be with my family. How much I love the few people I spend time with back in New York, I can't explain. But at the moment, being alone is what makes me happy. Hopping from city to city ...
... which we had to hike. No wonder it had vacancies and was
really cheap. We laughed the entire way up the mountain and it was definitely a
“is this real life” moment. The hostel- IN AND OUT- was really nice though, it
was clean and was a non for profit employing people with special needs. We also
got free breakfast and had cheap lunches which were really convenient. We slept
in a room that held 10 people so the 6 of us had 4 french room mates. After we
... they noticed we had gone!
All in all the tapas tour was a great way to met a few people, have some food you would never probably order yourself and enjoy your new friends with some Spanish wine. We really enjoyed ourselves but there were a few things I saw you could change and improve slightly but it definitely wasn't terrible!
For our last full day in Barcelona we made our way out to Sagrada Familia, it's just a short train ride away from the main train ...
... ledges after that and got soul, makio and pstar down the ledge!!! Skated over the the iconic wave and tried to skate it but I needed powerblade frames because the gaps in the tiles were massive. Went for a swim in the (pretty cold!) swimming area just near the ledges. Sun was out so I dried in the sun and then met up with Steph at the Maremagnum shopping centre. We walked around La Rambla for a bit.
... glass windows. It is very beautiful, however, for me, this one seems to lack the feeling of serenity and spirituality that you can feel in some of the other cathedrals. It's not the size, the one in Seville appeared bigger - I think it's the disrespect of the loud visitors and running children, clicking cameras and tour guides speaking through microphones..... The outside of the cathedral is almost, if not more impressive than the inside. Gothic ...