Catalonia Berna Hotel
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... over! The gal driving (Alejandra) is from Madrid, has a two year old son (whose father is American) so she spoke English very well. Her boyfriend came along, and a Polish girl. For being such a full car (and with a kiddo), the six hour car ride went especially well!
When we arrived Madrid, Alejandra even took me and the Polish girl into the train station to make sue we knew where we were ...
... thats whats going on. It was at this festival we spent our evenings and during the day we made religious visits to the la boqueria market for 1euro fresh juice and other cheap Spanish food offerings. Apart from this well set up routine, We also biked around town, spent an afternoon at the beach, visited gaudis guell park, walked around a lot, and made a fort in our hostel room. So just the usual carry ons that happen while on tour. At the end of Barcelona was where I said goodbye ...
... stone.the front of the church is the oldest bit and is grey in colouration whereas the newer bits are an off white. This was one of the main sights that I was really looking forward to seeing. After that we headed to our hotel and got settled and then had some dinner. Our tour manager Bec told us about a bar called the fairy bar which is themed like a fairy garden with trees with faces, little streams of water, it basically looked like and enchanted forest. Most of us ...
... down the street and eventually ended up back at Plaša de Catalunya.
We decided that we still had some energy left in us and decided to walk over to Plaša d’Espa˝a to see the Magic Fountain display near the palace. It was a good couple km walk and we were glad when we finally got there. The road leading up to the palace was quite neat and lined with fountains on both sides. We caught an escalator up one level for great views down on the fountain that ...
Today went MUCH better than expected! We spent the morning (9am-2pm) in a local school helping the kids learn English. We spoke with all different age groups, 19 year olds, 16 year olds and 10 year olds and all three were absolutely lovely and extremely helpful and supportive! Everyone worked together to progress in our chosen languages and it was a great atmosphere... Maybe we've even changed their initial impression of the English! (Fingers crossed!) In the ...
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