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I didn't want to write this blog at all... But I've slept on it now and I guess it wouldn't be entirely truthful to our journey to leave it out.. Barcelona was only a one day trip as we were onto Mallorca next. Upon arrival at the airport we checked the exchange rate and it was 10 euro less than what we've been offered every where else, we checked the taxi fare and were quoted 20 euro for a 5min trip and ...
... tortilla (which is more like a potato omelet), and of course Sangria!
After that we were super sleepy and decided to head back and take a siesta. Of course, we got lost again and had to ask for directions like 10 times. But after an hour, we finally found our hotel again. We crashed so hard. When I woke up I thought I had slept through the night, but it was only 8pm. Dinner was just around the corner. So we rallied and headed out to Las Ramblas, the ...
... walked the old city for three quarters of a hour more before a lunch spot appeared. Were are they when you need them? Tapas and a beer in a cosy spot did the trick and, although footsore, we soldiered on, the time available is shortening.
We walked further across the old city, coming across many lunch spots incidentally, to Museo Picasso. A huge collection of the artist's work in an impressive space comprising a number of thirteenth century palaces repurposed to be ...
... The Sangradia Familiria is the most beautiful building I have ever been inside. Gaudi is unlike any architectural style I have ever seen or could even have imagined.
Flamenco is badass and I am going to bust it out at every opportunity from now on.
I got to throw tomatoes at 25,000 people in the largest food fight in the world and it was like some magical, gleeful hour long messy mosh pit.
You have ...
Barcelona first full day was an eventful one. We woke up at about 11ish (needed it after all the travel and last nights exploits!) we headed straight to the metro and we heard a random hello behind us, it was a dutch lad from our hostel, he asked us where we were going, we said just exploring an he gave us a map, tidy :-)
First stop was the sagrada familia, even though it is about 80 years off being finished still looks ...
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