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... There are some beautiful old buildings in this area.
Had a great lunch of duck, and Callum ordered Steak tartare after trying mine on my first day in France - pretty impressive for an 18 year old!
We got into Barcelona around 7pm, once we had found our way from the International train arrivals to domestic train platforms with all our luggage and no lifts (well, not ...
Today I visited Parc Guell, one of Antoni Gaudis most infamous pieces of work, work on park guell lasted 14 years and is still one of Barcelona's most impressive attractions. Parc Guell was originally made to be an upper class housing estate over 100 years ago set to be designed by artist Antoni Gaudi the construction of the place was shut down after 15 years of cunstruction because of lack of funds, once the small suburb area was no longer used as ...
... of us walked around, saw the statue of Columbus and then found ourselves a tandem bike. Low and behold when we go on the bike to find the group it turned out they were right across the street from us. It was perfect timing! We then proceed to see the beaches of Barcelona, the Olympic Village(from 1992 summer Games), the Born area, many fountains and statues and an amazing park. We rode all over the area for a few hours before returning our bikes. By the ...
... apartment. We walked with Cody and Hannah from the cruise, stopped and had a cappuccino, and then headed off our separate ways once we got into the city.
We stayed at our first airbnb, in the El Born part of Barcelona. It took us about 2 hours to actually find the apartment. It was difficult without having google maps. It made me wonder what people used to do! We wandered around the area where we thought it was for awhile, and everyone we ...
... to watch people yelling and screaming. We have all been talking about missed foods like Chipotle or Panchero's. Our prayers were answered when Dani's friend told us about a Spanish equivalent called Bo De B. Upon arrival we could quickly see just how popular it was, there was a line of about 15 people lined up outside the restaurant waiting to get food. The experience there was unbelievable, they had fresh vegetable and the meat was perfectly seasoned. It was unlike anything we ...