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... everything. The group then wanted to go into the park Gaudi designed. I was confused, I thought getting to the top was the point of the place. Apparently not. Apparently you need to pay 7 euro to go see more stuff Gaudi designed. I politely declined (I would later turn that 7 euro into a cheeseburger, fries, and a beer. Good trade). I went back to the Gothic part of town to wander. I got a little lost, but eventually found the beach. Considering I was ...
... The highlight of the night was probably sitting in the comfy armchairs in the bathroom and talking to a Scottish girl who said "wee lad" and everything. It was great. As everyone was on their way to the club, Issy, Riley, the other American and I pulled out and got a €8 cab back to the hostel. It was then that I noticed I didn't have my key, so a little disoriented and without access to my locker I collapsed into bed in the pajamas I fortunately kept under my ...
... I wasn’t that psyched about it initially, but it provided some good snapshots. We had to say goodbye to our Makis, as we were getting up for an early flight. I’ve discovered farewells are like bandaids – the quicker your rip it off, the better.
On Thursday, Laura and Julie and I spent the whole day in transit. We left Santorini at 0930 and got into Sitges in Spain at around dinner time. Our place is a mix between ...
... I have a moment here and there to catch up!
First of all, welcome to any new GretchenArt summer series blog followers and welcome back to my loyal followers from the Grand Italian Adventure! Feel free to invite your friends and colleagues to join me for the summer too!
Please see my blog description to get the readers' digest version of this blog as I will jump right in!
Leaving Los Angeles
This year, instead of ...
... the school year with my adorable students and fantastic friends, spend the summer traveling around Spain, Ireland, Boston and DC and come autumn, I'll be a resident of Dublin. Madness... Exciting madness!
Now that I know I'm leaving soon, I have decided that I must live like a tourist! And I've been loving it- partly because I get to be surrounded by people from all corners of the world which makes me feel less "foreign" but mostly because Barcelona is ...