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... ended at 8pm. The taxi was obnoxiously small. I had to sit with my head sideways to fit in the front seat while Beth, Hil and Nate could not move they were so shoved in.
We roamed Las Ramblas while Nate wanted to go into sports jersey store after sports jersey store. He was unhappy when we told him he couldn’t get a jersey in one of the stores but was much happier 10 minutes later when we bought one from ...
... machine I headed downstairs with no shoes on ( didn't seem strange to me). The vending machine only took small change so I headed outside and across the road to a small bakery type shop it didn't close till 2am perfect. The man asked where were my shoes? I replied with I'm just across the road at the hotel - he looked puzzled, Europeans don't go in bare feet often. I got a pizza stick and took it back to the hotel room and after an hour or so went back to ...
... drive yet haha), and luckily enough my host father has two helmets, so I'm hoping I will be to do just that.
The first night here my host mother and sister took me on a small tour of the area by car, and I got my first glimpse of Barceloneta and La Sagrada Familia, to which words could not even do justice. They explained to me that "to them it's nothing". The apartment we live in is around two blocks away from the famous architectural piece, and ...
... 31a.m.) so we slept in the middle. Umm , unsuccessful. We are close to Las Ramblas, so lunch was a choice of sidewalk cafés. Soooo, let's see...vino y jamon, or vino y jamon? Let's go with the vino y jamon. Strolling in the Old quarter. Eventually we need more vino y jamon, but apparently the Spanish, or at least the Tourists in Spain, aren't good queuers. We have a rough 3 minutes. My word, people. Found an empty place ...
... the beach. As we got to the corner of our street, there was a crowd at the restaurant at the foot of the street. Many people dressed in orange t-shirts and a few wearing orange wigs were watching the large tv screens intently - it was the Netherlands vs Argentina semi-final game of the World Cup. There was a lot of excitement in the air with clearly Dutch fans the only ones in sight. We thought it would be a noisy night, until Argentina won - then it got ...