Residencia Universitaria San Marius
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We returned for J to get ready for the arvo start of the ISOUG proceedings and made vague plans to catch up back at the room sometime between seven and eight. She was a lil reluctant to commit to attending the after session opening drinks though I encouraged her knowing she'd be able to connect with ppl and would enjoy.
So I was now solo for the next few days in a Mediterranean city of colour and magic. I ...
... I might vomit sorry I'm not sure if that's normal. Now I might cry. I am happy I think it's just the shock. He says let's lay down for a minute and so we do and I feel a bit calmer and we take some pictures and we stay there until the sun has disappeared and we chat some more and we take a slow walk home, stopping for mojitos and tacos on the way.
On day 5 of Barcelona 2014, we had our first argument about the wedding. ...
... kids even get their own bedrooms for almost a week - heaven for them!
Another Barcelona first: we have absolutely no plans whatsoever upon arrival, except to have dinner with a local YPO family with kids of similar ages on one of the nights. We decided before the trip that, whenever possible, we will try to meet families with kids from the countries we're visiting to get some personal perspective. Our most surefire hope to meet others with kids of similar ...
... was about. it was quite obvious that these 4 or 5 bars were the dance clubs that would be hot tonight... and we wanted to come back for sure!
On our way back towards the upper level, we passed another club that was handing out free bands for entry to the club later that night so we grabbed those too. Next stop was a little casino. They did not have ***** (my favorite) but i played a few hands of blackjack, lost 50 euros and we ...
... day each taking place in one of the eight original villages that make up Barcelona. Poble Sec was one of them. Our neighborhood parade consisted mostly of ethnic dances by Latin American immigrants. (Funny, I had never thought much of the colonist-imperialist connection between Latin America and Spain like between the U.S. and England.)
Our favorite Carnavale event was sponsored by the "orange" El Born barri – it was a big confetti-throwing ...