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... the metro to get around. They sold a 10 time pass that we could share that worked out to about one Euro per trip which was incredibly cheap so we made our way to the station. This was our first encounter with the crowds that Barcelona has to offer since there were lots of people with our same bright idea to buy tickets at that exact moment apparently. So after waiting in what we thought was a line for about 5 minutes we decided to just follow what everyone else was doing and ...
... name for it) it was drinks and these
little lights you can sling shot into the air and catch on their way down,
eating supper it was roses, on our walk to the beach and in the park Guell it
was hats/scarves/sunglasses/jewellery/any type of knickknack…it was so tiring,
and totally took the fun out of vacation.
The strong smell of sewer as you walked down some of the
... may ask - rugged up in Parkers and gloves and into -17 degrees. We lasted 5 minutes and decided to have our drinks outside overlooking the beach!! The photos tell it all!
The green line also travels to the parc Diagonal Mar. It is full of modern high rise and shopping malls. The park is designed around water and plants and uses tubular structures that in fact look quite ugly!
... and I began talking and before we knew I we were already in Pamplona! It really helped the time go by. Once in Pamplona I noticed a couple who got off the same train as me sit in a corner and lay down. I went up and asked them if they had planned on sleeping at the station and they said yes! I asked if I could stay with them because I didn't want to be alone and they were both very kind and said of course. Obviously we got kicked out ...
... is but a few steps from the door and getting to the Ole Language School recommended by Oliver is but an 8 minute walk away, pretty much a straight line from my new home. So I am officially enchanted --Oficialmente encantada--with Barcelona! A very magical feeling indeed, and a feeling of being so so blessed!
I signed up for 3 weeks of language training by day before my friend Linda Trahan arrives from the Dallas, Texas area for phase 2 of this summer's adventures. By day, ...