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Travel Blogs from Barcelona
... stripped off my clothes. I heard them whispering and referring to me as the girl who's here alone.
"And now she's swimming in the ocean at night, she's so brave."
I rolled my eyes and started towards the water. It seemed like the simplest things I did blew everyone's minds simply because I was alone and female. If anything, it bothered me more that girls felt too weak to do it themselves. Random girls of the night, the ocean's not such a scary ...
... in life, and in the delays we were given on
that night we were granted stories that we will be talking about forever.
The next morning after only getting a few hours of sleep we
enjoyed our free breakfast, checked out, and made our way into the city for a
beach day. It was the perfect weather and we found the most perfect place on
the beach right by the Port de Olympia. It was so surreal soaking up the sun on
a Mediterranean beach. It was so blue,
so hot, and ...
... sculpture which decorates the whole building to see a Flamenco show. We have never been fans of Flamenco but last nights show was fabulous. Seeing the dancers and singers in the flesh really brought alive the energy and passion of this art. The performers poured their heart and soul into 90 minutes of high energy performance.
... to 'wing it'), so we enter and check in for the first time (there was a small hiccup in Lisbon) without having a 'hold your breath moment!
Bags dumped, we are off to see the pool on the roof before we go exploring and we note the clouds coming in from the sea. Looks like rain!
As it is beginning to get dark, we decide to explore only within a couple of blocks of our hotel and find something to eat tonight. Apparently Barcelona has quite a high crime ...
First night in the Travelodge was a success, after a €36 taxi ride from the airport (for 10min journey) Needless to say the northern charm failed on this occasion, he was not open to negotiation. We've now successfully navigated our way across Barcelona via metro and foot to our first hostel, Generator. It's amazing and all the people we've met so far are really friendly - we got free donuts, winner!! Now we're going to explore... Over and Out ...