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... trees and buildings, making it relatively cool. We made it all the way to the end before we called "uncle" and retreated to a small restaurant on the Mirador de Colom circle, which sits across from the main cruise terminal. We savored the air conditioning, as well as a couple of very large Sangrias. We checked in with Anna, who I believe resented the interruption, as Charlotte had yet to return and we were infringing on her "Anna time." She texted us a ...
... We stayed here all day and then headed to our ferry to head back to Italy! Day 19 - Ferry life: not much on today... We are in the ferry and then will be in the bus to Venice. Massive transit day. Day 20 - Venice, Italy: we started our morning with a small walking tour around Venice up and over a maze of stairs and alley ways it's very easy to lose yourself. We got to the main square and then had a lace demonstration which wasn't as bad as it sounds and I bought my first ...
... War Two. After this we returned
to our hotel and got ready to travel to our Flamenco show. We went to the
Tablao de Carmen, which is inside Poble Espanyol, a sort of touristy museum
with shops and restaurants. We got to share a jug of Sangria between us and
then had some really delicious Spanish tapas. The flamenco singing and dancing
was excellent (and yes, as one Tripadvisor reviewer stated, “flamenco isn’t
even from Barcelona, it’s from ...
... the Bocqueria Market, a famous market with an abundance of meats, cheeses, juices, and fresh fruit, all relatively cheap too. I wander around a bit checking out the variety before heading back out and making my way through Las Ramblas, up through Passieg de Gracia and to my hotel, about 20 min from the Market. Not a bad location at all.
At this point, it is around 4:30, and I have a ticket to the Barcelona match at the Camp ...
This past week has been a whirl wind of exploration and fun here in Barcelona!
On Monday, we had Spanish class for the first time and later went on a Sunset Sea cruise with other people in IES. It was on a beautiful cameraman on the coast of Barcelona with gorgeous views of the whole city! After the cruise, we went to dinner with 9 girls on the program and went to an apartment to get drinks with other people on the program. ...