Hostal Nuevo Colon
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... with Friends. This was my final graduating piece from my 3 year conservatory studies. And no…I didn’t tell her this. She was very distracted and her Husband and nanny were jostling the kids who were rowdy.
We enjoyed the museum- I did more than Daniel by far but he was a good sport. There was a special photography exhibit of Picasso being the subject that was taken by the War Correspondent Photographer David Douglas Duncan ...
... a skull on it. I push
through and come to an eerie looking door that enters into a building. The
unnamed door opens from a buzzer and we walk up 3 flights of stairs lo and
behold our hostel is here waiting for us. It only takes 1 hour of walking
around off the bus to find it but we made it ha ha. I like to blame Briony but
I only use her as the excuse as I saw the map before we left and it looked too
************fusing so I handballed the responsibility to her! ...
... Christmas, a swimming race across the port is organized. Near Barcelona, in Montmeló, the 107,000 capacity Circuit de Catalunya / Circuit de Barcelona racetrack hosts the Formula One World Championship, Formula One Spanish Grand Prix, Catalan motorcycle Grand Prix, Spanish GT Championship and GP2 Series. Skateboarding and bicycling are also very popular in Barcelona. In the city and the metropolitan area, there are tens of km of bicycle paths. Top sport clubs in Barcelona: ...
... a pretty beach but it wasnt like anything we expected, there were lots of bars down it so small bars actually set up on the sand and you could hire beach loungers for the day as well. We walked along the beach and even tested out the water but it was a bit to chilly even for Shaun, whilst walking we ended up bumping into a couple that we had met on our pub crawl in Edinburgh which was totally random but we chatted to them for awhile and then we headed off to a bar on the ...
... post. In general the times doing nothing were some of the best, I love just getting lost in an old city. I have to comment on the food of course. We had some delicious tapas at a place my brother recommended and some great dinners with even better wine. The best by far though, was sharing paella with my mom for the first time. It was full of seafood we generally don't eat and items like squid and shrimp, eyes and ...