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... we had last eaten. The decision was made to find food, and something decent. The only problem was, unbeknownst to us, we were now in between Spanish meal times. We decided to return the block and a half to the hotel, grab some tapas and wine to hold us over and wait out the opening dinner time of most local restaurants at 8:00. Not the best idea as by that time, we were all exhausted and while we had a nice dinner, it was a bit of a struggle to get through it.
... who'd just arrived in the city on the start of a three week visit. They are now retired but must be doing ok with their main house on 150 acres an hour from Toronto, a summer house on one of the Great Lakes as well as spending the winters each year in a condo in Florida!)
We continued down La Rambla where the same group of human statues were on display and we later saw our blanket carrying street vendors engaged in their comical game of hide and seek. We ...
... we saw one of the jasmine from Krewella and took drunk selfies with her. We went in and got on a little platform and danced wildly the whole night and it was awesome. At one point towards the end a guy came up and pinched my ass so I shoved him off the stage and he fell to the ground lolol. *******. We took cabs back after and crashed for the next hour and a half before getting up and making our way to the airport.
I'm glad I went even though I had had a bad ...
"So where are you from?"
A question I've easily heard over 100 times in the past month. Anyone who travels has heard this countless times, as well as "How long are you traveling for?" "Why are you traveling?" "Where were you before/going after?" "Are you alone?" "Which was your favorite city?"
This is all polite back and forth small talk you make dozens of times a day, you find a connection, speak for another 5 minutes, and 90% of the time ...
... later, it remains unfinished.
From here we took a drive through the city passing by the National Museum of Catalunya through Plaza Espana back to the Cathedral (where people were in circles doing a traditional Catalan dance) and in to the Gothic Quarter where we continued our walking tour. I have always loved this part of the city, as you can get lost along the cobblestoned narrow alleyways that lead to hidden treasures at each corner. We wandered around ...