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... similar to home, except that they wouldn’t give you the lid to the drink you’d bought, it also felt a lot cheaper. Unfortunately FCB went down 0-1 to Celta de Vigo. In my expert opinion, I thought FCB was actually much better, they had a lot more attempts on goal, but unfortunately no conversions. I also thought that Neymar Jnr was a pretty skilled dude. Weirdly, even though FCB lost, they played their song afterwards. After the game I headed home with the masses on the metro. ...
... on a lovely afternoon in Barcelona. I checked into my hotel Balmoral room about one hour ago I went straight to my room and had a quick look at the hotel facilities.
The room is very nice. I have a king/ twin share size room that has large rooms, free WiFi and a work desk perfect for students needing to get work done on their laptop.
There is also a ...
... memory is a tiny hazy). Heather tries her luck(with the food, not the hookers). I am too leery to buy one but after being assured it is not pork but lamb, I take a bite. It is good, but I'm not sure I trust it isn't pork so that's it for me. We are about to part ways when Ozge disappears. She has been looking for some of 'the weed' and Danielle is rightfully worried so we all go together down a few streets looking for her. With no luck, about to go home (not knowing what ...
... as well as enormous distractions. However, I do have to eat a healthy lunch and so charted out a lunch adventure in my neighborhood at a vegetarian restaurant with rave Yelp reviews called Teresa Carles on said iPad. It's just a 12 minute walk from my studio. So I dropped my things off from class, picked up the handy shopping cart I bought the other day and headed out for my first chance to do a tiny bit of exploring, one small adventure ...
... you need to translate what you see. I am there for quite a few hours and when I am ready to leave I feel exhausted!!! I feel a sensory overload from all the design and detail, plus I am exhausted from the crowds in the place. It all feels too much and yet it is such a feast for the eyes. When we leave, we get back on the next bus and continue our sight seeing. We get back to the place where we first got on this ...