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... down. I then returned home to drop everything off and pick up my laundry.
I was able to locate a place where I could do my laundry about a mile away, and ended up in another neighborhood, Le Eixample. This area is much more like a typical city - not old world. I took in all of the sites on my walk and made it to the laundromat. Turns out laundromats are pretty much the same in Europe as they are at home.
After my ...
... with Ruth was eaten up by radiation and chemo. Unexpected horror. The Yiddish expression "men tracht und Gott lacht" - "people plan and God laughs" - is far too true. So play the hand you're dealt, and take a few risks to make the game interesting.)
On the other hand, there are her ways that are so different from mine. Flavour taste, for example. Me, give me bold but conventional tastes - citrus, cinnamon, chocolate, etc. Avril seeks out these weird herbal ...
... at the hotel. Fortunately, I had more rides on my T-10. On my way back to Fontana, it occurred to me to check my bag to see if I had frantically stuffed it in there while packing. Alas, I had my keys all along. So, I got off at Paral-lel and walked over to a skate park of sorts, with plenty of graffiti, reminiscent of Lisboa. I read for a good hour and thereafter a woman sat down and started rolling what I thought was a joint. I asked her what it was and ...
... 8217;t be so nice to people when there’s little in it for you, but that seems like a terrible moral. While the whole episode didn’t totally ruin the game for me, it definitely made it more unpleasant.
As for the game, it wasn’t a classic, but it was a decent match. Sanchez hit a brilliant goal for Barca to give them the lead, but Atletico seemed dangerous every time they had a set piece. I guess it wasn’t ...
... impressive sense of direction, otherwise I would have been completely lost. But we made it and sat at a park using the city's free wifi and decided what our plans for the night were. We still hadn't heard back from anyone in Barcelona in regards to couch surfing which was a bit of a shame. We originally thought of sleeping on the beach that night but the weather began to turn and we could see the dark clouds in the distance fast approaching. Maybe not such a good idea. We decided to ...