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... was clueless and ended up serving a fancy hot chocolate, with bread for dipping.
The guided walking tour was easy to follow and preferable to wandering around. There were some random Roman ruins (they're everywhere!), an old fountain, obligatory cathedral, and squares with history you wouldn't learn without a tour.
Shopping at La Boqueria was much easier than in France. The salespeople actually understand Ashley's Spanish and ...
... details that make Barcelona beautiful. They really care about the architecture and how the city looks. This was when I decided what I wanted to do my blog on, the impact of Gaudi and detail in the city is inspiring for me.
We took the metro to the Sagrada Familia and walked to it. You can see this building from a distance and it is beautiful! As I got closer it was breath taking and really dominated the city. Before we went and got in ...
... the little pubs and different streets. We were hearing so many different languages everywhere so we decided to be speak African for the night. A few people believed that I was actually African but then were asking why I was white and blonde!
After a very early morning we flew back to Dublin and then caught the bus back to Limerick. I loved Barcelona but was happy to get back to Ireland and here the irish accents.
... at a near by restaurant.
I arrived at my apartment to my RA Aida and roommates Devon, Paley, and Bianca. Our apartment has no air-conditioning BUT is very nice and has 3 rooms, a tv, two bathrooms, a living room, kitchen, and balcony.
I met with my friends from New York at a restaurant called "Little Italy" in El Born, and I have just returned home.
What a wonderful start to an action packed semester
P.S. pictures to be added ...
... Zoo but the heat can still burn your skin.
After the dolphin show we decided to go and eat some lunch..... Very hungry by this time!
So next to the dolphin show there is a buffet restaurant it was €18.50 for buffet excluding drinks.
It has a great variety of cold starters such as hams, salad, different types of tomatoes, olives, bread and for main they had fish, meat, ...