Hotel Teatre Auditori
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... the history of Barcelona. The city is well set up for cyclists and so it was an easy ride. Interestingly the people of Barcelona do not see themselves as Spanish but rather Catalonian. They have their own language and like Scotland, are trying to become an independant state separate from the rest of Spain. The first main thing we did was to see Barcelona play at Camp Nou. This was the highlight for Liam who ...
We reached Barcelona finallyyyyyy. Omgzzzzz. Can't wait to get off the bus already!! The bus terminal looks dam pathetic though. We thought there's like a proper and decent looking resting place but there wasn't. The sky was still dark Cus we reached really early at like 5 or 6am around there. We didn't dare to move out of the bus station Cus we heard that Barcelona isn't exactly a very safe place. We sat(sleep) at the bus terminal till sunrise ...
... sacred place, probably meant for bigger things and not only for tourist pictures.
Finally, Sagrada Familia was without a doubt the most breathtaking place I had the luck to visit while on this study abroad trip, and probably the most magnificent church in the world. Maybe spoiled by being overcrowded by tourists, it is still a place that will make even the least believer to be amazed by the view and have time to reflect and feel in ...
... the ship on time and figuring out what to see in each stop. We started the day by taking the car back to the airport. The woman at the rental agency looked surprised that the car came back without any damage, guess it's not a common occurrence. Once we got there we asked what the best way to the dock was. We had done some research and read that it was either 2 hours of public transit or a 25 euro cab ride. When we asked at the tourist desk, the woman told ...
... br> Everyone had taken to the streets walking dogs, laughing, strolling, shopping. A melting pot of nationalities. We also walked all of La Rambla, the boulevard that started at the city center and ended at the seaport. We returned to the city center.
We walked on side streets and through shopping areas finding hidden courtyards behind the building fronts. And we discovered Sangria. I had no idea there were so many ingredients in Sangria. Once ...