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... street, but didn’t go far enough since the hotel clerk had told me it was only about 30 meters from the initial intersection. I found the shop and purchased two eight-packs of Coke cans. The cost was an astounding 4.50 euros per pack, which is $5.90 or 74 cents per can. Back home in Washington, a 12-pack of Coke cans sells for about $3 when on sale; that works out to 25 cents per can. So the price of Coke here in this small Barcelona grocery store was triple what I’d ...
... of before our eyes, but eventually we got some great ingredients and went back to the hostel to prepare our feast. It turned out to be delicious and we were happy to be getting out veggie quota in for the week! That evening we relaxed in the hostel and packed up our bags in anticipation of our early train to Bordeaux the next morning. We will certainly miss Spain, for it's people, culture, and language, but we are excited to enter the beautiful wine country of southern ...
... ended up at the Backpackers BCN Hostel. This was quite the different scene - hostels tailored for student travelers. We are sharing a room with six other females doing study abroad programs from Illinois. The buildiing holds about 30 people and it was a great place to meet other travelers. We met Amanda from Madison, Mississippi and talked into the late hours of the night. We were infatuated with ...
... discount is), visiting some bars and discotecas our host-sisters recommended to us... And the list goes on and on. It's been crazy fun, and I'm beginning to feel I'm stretching myself a little too thin- however, I'll use the holidays back in the Bay Area to relax and most importantly sleep!
Back to the theme of this entry: BARCELONA. Barcelona is by far my favorite city within Spain. (Although I do feel like I cheated a bit on Granada), ...
... best, the menu was fish dominate and Lowell was craving meat but better yet because directly across the street from there was a cute little place called Picnic, chef's name is Jaime Riesco. We were the only other table in the place but it sat next to the kitchen and Lowell was immediately in heaven, chatting up the chef the entire meal.
We tried pretty much every small plate and then some. Lowell’s choices far from outdid ...
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