Hotel Miramar Barcelona
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On Christmas eve, one year ago, I prayed for next Christmas eve to be spent in a totally unexpected way where I could connect with God about what Christmas is really about. Where I could be away from all the distractions that shroud the eternal importance and simple beauty of the birth of Christ. With absolutely no planning on my part, I ended up at the top of a beautiful mountain, with an enchanting Monastery, the rolling hills of Spain and the bustling Barcelona in the ...
The Studying of study abroad finally had to start this week :( Before ending our class free lifestyle, Devon and I went to the beach and came home to make dinner and get ready for the first day of school.
Monday: Classes began today, and they seem like complete jokes. They are all fascinating, but the work load is very light and the teachers seem to expect very little from us academically. My first class starts at 9 AM. I ...
... well, you get the picture. Add to that a couple of cappuccinos and a cortadita and I’m all set. Nanette, on the other hand, looks for a quality experience and selects some healthy looking cereal stuff covered in fruit and something she thought was cooked rhubarb but actually turned out to be cooked tomato in olive oil. Score one for me.
It’s now time to venture out for the day and surprisingly we switch roles. ...
... that they scored on one, though I didn’t get to see it. After the Atletico goal, though, the whole crowd seemed to know Barca wouldn’t find an equalizer. Everyone knew Barca wasn’t quite good enough, and in the end even the Barcelona fans knew that the best team had won the title. When the whistle blew and the Atletico players celebrated the whole stadium gave them a standing ovation. It was classy, but you also knew the ...
... cheap ride - 5 Euros to our Hotel Inglaterra, located just a couple of blocks from the hub of everything in the city, the Placa de Catalunya.
Las Ramblas - The main artery in Barcelona and where everybody, locals and tourist walk. No cars in the middle of the wide boulevard but fast and furious one lane roads on each side of Las Ramblas scaring people half to death. All roads, streets and alleys seem to start and end at this amazing ...