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... stop looking for La Rambla which is the biggest
road in the city which you wouldn’t think is hard to find but we didn’t want to
ask people feeling super insecure with all our possessions’ on our backs in the
city know as the pick pocket capitol of Europe ( it just surpassed Paris this
year) . We find La Rambla and as per
instructions we turn to the right straight after Starbucks. We wander through
scary tiny alleys where we are confronted by ...
... poppers at people. It seemed fun but we needed to get some sleep. They kept on setting off those lanterns that float in the air, which were pretty cool. Nobody looked like they knew what they were doing though.
Since we'll be up, I figured I might as well catch up on the blog. Its 3am here and the fireworks keep on coming and the people are still on the beach. Tomorrow is a holiday here, so i guess most of them are off of work.
... took us to Catalunya Square. On the first night here, I had spotted a friend's Facebook status which said she was in Barcelona for a few days. We had made contact and agreed to meet in the cocktail bar of their hotel. Well done Bookface!
I had vaguely looked it up online and decided Hotel Ohla would be pretty easy to find.
It wasn't the best idea to head off into the little alleys first, though, specially as I had got the time ...
... years ago . Of course Messi was the center of the tour- winning 4 consecutive titles from FIFA as the best player. We spent hours there capturing the emotions of an amazing sport. We then took the metro blue line to Sangra Familia - a Basilica which just was dedicated by Pope Benedict 16th in 2010. I have visited churches all over Europe and none compare to the beauty of Sangra Familia. The architect Gaudi was a genius who used geometric designs found in nature ...
... host and get a sense of what they're expectations are. Ask specific questions about things like towels, sheets, rules and restrictions. For example, many do not allow any outside "guests". Remember that you're only looking for a place to sleep, keep your things safe and wash up. So what you should really be paying attention to is location - which as you can see, in our case, is pretty ...