Hotel del Comte
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... to put the prawns in the massive dish and then stir the rice in (it's like an art I swear!) We then made our own sangria and are our paella, sooo good! We mingled with two Americans, two Germans an a Canadian and headed out with them after back to El borne. Barcelona is awesome and I hope it's true what they say; you never visit Barcelona once. Lisa out Ps. I wrote this on my flight from Barcelona to nice and were nearly about to land and I haven't stopped writing ...
... This was a little alarming as he really meant the question. I replied that it did happen many many years ago but even then it was viewed as actions by criminals. He did seem relieved. I would hate to think that view is shared. He did ask if we had Arab immigrants and when I mentioned that we do have a Middle Eastern crime problem he nodded knowingly and said that The Moroccan immigrants cause a lot of problems.
This morning I had planned to go ...
We started our final day in Barcelona with yet another stadium tour at Camp Nou, Barcelona F.C. stadium. I thought it was interesting to see the resources they have and learn some of the history of the club. Again Dean thought it was amazing.
We again returnted to St Josep Market for lunch and had some more yummy food before taking the Montjuic cable car to the top of Motjuic. The views from ...
... really its a very nice experience, instead of visiting the North Pole LOL
It costs €15 per person to enter the Ice Bar and you also get 1 drink included. Which you can choose from a variety of cocktails, beer or juice. Which will be served in a glass made of ice.
They have various ice sculptures inside the Ice Bar. They even had a sofa made of ice covered with animal skin.
... limited income. It will certainly be much harder than if you are making 100K and are debt free! But the first time I went to live and work in Europe, I was earning $1.45 per hour as a waitress, was paying my way through grad school on my way to be a special ed teacher. So it took a lot of imagination to translate that into a three month trip around Europe, taking the last Leonardo da Vinci from New York to Italy with a full-time paid job I spent the next 2+ years in waiting for ...