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... journey and found ourselves presenting the Audi for its welcome return back into the fleet -unscathed and having barely raised a sweat travelling us across the rugged plains of Spain, through tunnels and over bridges and finally through the spectacular Pyrenees.
We now had to get ourselves back and took advantage of our knowledge of negotiating the Madrid Metro to transact our way onto the Barcelona network and through the twin legs of our journey to the station ...
... day and watched the sun start to set and chatted about nothing in particular. I think I mentioned our trip or something and before I knew what was happening, Matthew had whipped it out (ooh er), was on his knee, and asked me to do him the honour.
And I said of course, of course.
And we kissed and I said oh my God a lot and I'm so surprised I wasn't expecting it I feel sick oh my God oh my God and ok no I actually feel ...
... the European Southwest Airlines equivalent to Barcelona: EasyJet. It was efficient and much faster than the train (and oddly 1/3 of the cost), and we were in lovely and warm Spain in about 1.5 hours. Our apartment - the first place we'll spend more than 4 nights - is better that the photos. Though not fancy, there is a private elevator and private terrace, which is plenty stable enough to handle Sam and me performing our heavy-footed "Insanity" workouts each ...
... laying in large chaises, sipping drinks and relaxing. There was an entrance to the club on our level, so we went inside and the person at the door gave us a coupon for free admission later that night. Amanda and I had to use the restroom, and In Barcelona it is hard to find a free restroom so we used this opportunity to do just that. We didn't want to stop and have drinks at this point, nor did we want hukkah, we just wanted to see what all ...
... five days in Barcelona before heading back home. For those five days, we stayed in an apartment in the non-touristy, residential barrí of Poble Sec. Across the street was a preschool; on the first morning, we woke up to Lady Gaga blasting from speakers in front of the school. No mamby-pamby Mary had a Little Lamb music for these kids! Turns out they were celebrating Carnaval (Fat Tuesday), which was a pretty big deal in Barcelona. There were eight parades ...