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... aggressive but that did not stop us from doing well. We got to play against and with a player, Lydia, who had won the gold medal at the World Juniors a couple years ago and also play against a player, Paola, who will be a freshmen next year at CSUN and knows former AHS player Kristine McGee. You may see Paola at our pool during the school year with Kristi as they plan to come train with us during winter break.
After the scrimmage we ...
... As we were waiting, the guy from the Mojito cafe came up to us and gave us Frivolo! We had left him at the table and he found us to give it back to us! it was a very kind gesture. We almost lost our friend :/
At the bottom of the interior park is a set of stairs that go up towards a pavilion. on either side of the stairs is a beautiful white wall which has several large colorful mosaic circles. Each circle was numerous colors and designs of broken ...
... greeted by a small iron door next to a shop with no signs and no way of getting in. Only a faded sticker with Hostels.com and a buzzer below indicated that this may be the place we wanted.
Dinner was delicious, a mixed paella which went down really well (and fortunately has stayed down) with a creme brulee for pudding. Sleeping on the other hand was not as comfortable; the room has no air conditining and only a small fan to pump warm air round the ...
... MOVED inside the bus. Barcelona is huge and BEAUTIFUL. The buildings were the most beautiful of any of the cities we visited. Hannah and Bailey took lots of photos. They got to get a glimpse of the famous Sagrada Familia and saw Gaudi architecture among all the beauty. We saw where the Olympic Games were held. At one point. We left the bus tour and found shelter in a Starbucks store for a refreshment and potty break. ...
... Eventually I made it back for dinner and then went to meet friends. Overall pretty good day.
There are still some things I'm definitely not used to. Spaniards have no problem with PDA's. If you go to the park (or basically anywhere), you see couples all over each other. Definitely would be frowned upon in the US. Even just couples walking down the street, they're so much closer and more affectionate then American couples. It's just ...