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Last weekend, my friend Kristina and I took a train to Sitges, a city just a bit North of Tarragona. What I really loved about this city was the beauty in the architecture and the elaborate artistic details in what could just be ordinary. For example, take a look at the picture of the house number. In general Sitges is a fun, beautiful little city, that makes a great day trip from Tarragona or ...
... s Casa”, so I left it with her. How fun to know I will have
two pieces hanging in Barcelona, as symbols of a meaningful connection, just as
my pieces in your homes represent our bonds over the sea. She also offered her
apartment for my next stay. I am certain I will be back. Those relationships,
and my having come to know a good portion of the city, equaled a fantastic
first stop in Spain!
We enjoyed our crepes, our candies and our sausage and cheese -- all this before our lunch date. Then we continued our explorations. The sidewalk of Las ...
... was raining…wtf!! I want sunshine and warmth since Paris was freezing! I didn't get in till after 9 or so. I ended up getting dinner at the hostel which was another Sr. Christopher's. This one was super nice, but poorly laid out that it was hard to meet people. I ate and went to bed! Next day i was going to do the walking tour and it was raining! I decided to meet up with Kelsey…the girl i had mentioned before. We decided to hit up a museum that was free. We could be inside ...
... head and a glinting row of metal braces.
This guy turned out to be Isak, who’s cool demeanour disguised the fact that he could speak three or four languages other than his native Swedish, was currently completing his masters degree in engineering and had lived in more countries than I had visited at that stage.
There are many things I could tell you about Isak, his personality, his charm and his somewhat ...