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... guy so he could wave at him. He did look once but didn't fall for his charm. Alfred defeated we left the metro at las rambles and navigated through the gorgeous narrow streets of the Barri Gotic area which holds the amazing le Seu cathedral. To our surprise absolutely nothing was going on here except a crusty playing his keyboard and the grockles sat on the steps lapping it up. Douche bags. Craig and I couldn't ...
... are each remarkable in their own right with the gargoyles, iron work and tile work grabbing one's attention. The boulevard was lined with palm trees and magnolias that were providing shelter to hundreds of squawking green parrots that have built their massive stick nests in them.
The first large landmark we came to was the Arc de Triomf (and yes, it looks very similar to the one in Paris). From here we headed down a large, pedestrian-only parkway, past ...
... I have to buy another ticket and this time there is a guy standing at the ticket machine. He started showing me how to use it, even though I already knew. He got it all set up for me and I bought the ticket. Of course he then showed me that he was short of his fare and asked for any change. I gave him a Euro, so now I am out 3.15. But at least I am on the right train now. I get off at the transfer spot and go to another machine to ...
... and jumping, piling into a subway station and chanting. There were massive crowds of people, just this giant mess of alcohol and singing. We hadn't even gotten to the beach yet.
On the train I noticed a girl hitting on all of the guys in my group, relentlessly throwing herself at all of them and looking like a fool. She kept going and grabbing onto their arms, whispering into their ears, and getting too close for comfort. Thinking this was the greatest ...
Week 19. Approaching 5 months at a flying rate! The days here at the lake go by far quicker than normal days. I forget what time it is and go sprinting back to the mobile home at top speed in hopes I'm not to late for dinner. I've got to be there on time otherwise my meal goes to the dog, who really doesn't mind if I'm late. Cheeky bugger. Before breakfast I drove my grandfather to your typical corner store, Aldi, to snap up the bargain he has had his eye on for weeks now, ...