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... solely to items they had picked up on their travels. Everything from African camel bells to a reindeer hide from a village near St. Petersburg. Days like today are amongst my favorite parts of travel. I love to meet, be it randomly or on tour, fellow tourists and enjoy an evening where, over drink and food, we get to know each other like fast friends. There is a certain openness and friendliness ...
We woke up early and headed to McDonald's for breakfast again, since we were short on time. I had pancakes but they didn't have any syrup, only caramel and chocolate syrup. I thought it was delicious. It seems that the Spanish love chocolate and ham like the Chileans like their cream cheese. After Mcd's, we went to Mailboxes Etc to ship some stuff home so we didn't have to carry it with us around the airports. The Metro is just as easy to use here ...
... On our way back we walked past the spanish Arc De Triomf, a lot like the Paris one expect smaller and not as cool. Here though we came across our first of many crazy spanish people. We are pretty sure they are high/drunk/ mentally ill or all of the above. They definitely make you feel uncomfortable and make you go different ways to get away from them. It was a full moon so maybe that explains the weird behaviour. This particular chap thought it was funny to shot ...
... block and didn’t see any bus stop, and was almost ready to give up and use a Taxi. However, a couple from the U.K. stopped to use a customer service phone, and I asked them. They directed me to the appropriate stop, which was just a bit further and around the corner.
As it happened, a Bus had just arrived and I walked right on board and bought a €5.90 ticket from the driver (what a bargain!). The trip to central Barcelona took about ...
... again by Gaudi. Its very characteristic of Barcelona, and known world wide. Senor Guell was a rich businessman of the early 20th century who was also very important to the city of Barcelona. He can be compared to Rockefeller in America, and this park was named after him. Gaudi also built Guell a palace and a home in the country, both of which are named after him also. We hiked up a steep hill, but were rewarded with a breath taking view of the entire city, sea and all. As ...