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... the festival of San Juan was the next night.
"Just stay, it's supposed to be insane."
Not having a hostel booked, or actually a city that I had planned on going to the next morning, I decided to stay. The rooms in San Jordi were all booked so I had decided to just stay out all night into the morning, and the guys offered to keep my stuff in their room. Maybe even sneak me in for some shut eye. Perfect.
With Kelly gone, I was only with a ...
... sun was so perfect and it really helped the ambiance of our Barca
day. We road the bus to the Olympic park which housed the 1992 Olympics and all
the way to the boat harbour where we saw the cruise ship port. It was a crazy
few hours. We got on another bus line after about 3 and ventured to the famous
Sagrada Familia which is famous for Gaudi’s architecture. It was cool because
all of a sudden we turned a corner and BAM it was right in front of you. The
... After we felt bad for holding the guys up in the restaurant we headed off to another bar. This one was a small bar that you didn't even notice was there as it was set so far back in the building, you had to walk down a decent sized door from the street to actually get into the bar. As we continued towards the back we realised why it was set so far back. There is a skate board ramp at the very back or the bar! We figured the way it was designed was to help the noise down.The ...
... so bad!! I was totally disappointed!! The only thing that made it better was that i found an outlet and bought a sweater and two shirts for like 14 bucks!!! We got back to my hostel and had dinner!! Yeah i know…..this part of my trip sounds very boring….it was!!! haha
Finally on mu last full day i decided no matter what the weather was that i was going on the walking tour and that i was going to see the Gaudi buildings! God answered my ...
... laundry on the way home (some nice lady washed, dried and folded all our stuff for a measley ten euro!) we arrive back at the hotel at about 4 pm. A couple of hours at the rooftop pool reading and sunning is a lovely way to refresh and we are ready to take on La Rambla at night. Same streets with three times the amount of people as during the day. It really is astounding the amount of people, but becomes almost claustrophobic and actually for ...
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