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... classes just alternate AB everyday including weekends because we already get so much time off while we’re in port. We also have IPAD days when wer’e in port sometimes, or, 'In Port Class Days’ which means we sit on the dock and have a normal ship day in which nobody is allowed to get off the ship. It’s pretty much the worst thing ever because it’s just teasing everyone about port, especially when we’re docked near city centers. The ...
... is another one of Barcelona's attractions La Monumental, which is an ex bullfighting arena which has now been turned into a museum where people can come and learn about the once iconic sport/ event. This arena has been host to some of the most famous Catelonian bulls and bull fighters in past years and holds a lot of history within it. I would definitely recommend going here as the museum is very content rich and very interesting for people of all ...
Well folks things are good very well and today was just another example of the fun we are having both in and out of the pool.
Today started with our usual morning training. We worked a lot on shooting and played a shooting game at the end that was rather fun.
Once done with training we made our way back to the hotel for shower and lunch. Then it was off to the holiest ...
... of course), and went to the aquarium. After that we walked to go get something to eat, stumbled upon some pizza restaurant that was fantastic, and headed towards Parc de la Ciutadella. The park was pretty impressive. There were lots of pretty trees, wild green parrots, large fountains, and a few guys making bubbles the size of small cars. Lots of people had dogs, too, and most weren't on leashes. It was always amazing to me how well-behaved ...
... designed by one man in the time frame of 14 years, and today it is known as one of the largest architectural works in south Europe. We took the average million and a half touristic pictures along the multi colored mosaic tile walls. The
incredible view of the city overlooking the sea, the incredible
architecture, the pure nature of the park, everything is just right. We then hopped in some taxis and headed back down to the city center to check out more of the shops and ...