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... there back home as she really wanted to step foot on the Mediterranean again.
As we were making our way down towards the beach, we came across the southern railroad station where a flea market/art show was taking place. We stopped in and had a look around. The train station itself was enormous as well as quite impressive and the antiques and art only added to the appealing environment.
From there we decided on having a small bite to eat and settled on a ...
... very central, right off Las Ramblas.
As we are still on Singapore time we woke up way to early at 5.30am, in a place that does not come alive until at least 11am.
We wandered the streets and found our way to the awesome La Sagrada Familia. Even the kids were wowed by the size of this extraordinary church.
On the walk back we stumbled upon a mass of people waving Spanish flags and celebrating their national ...
... was the Segrada Familia which with so much construction and barriers now going up was a pretty big disappointment, add the mass of people and it was not the kind of situation that you want to find yourself with a tender head.
We decided to move on to the national museum which overlooks Barcelona, the building and mountains are pretty impressive and the view is excellent. Shaylee also got anxious after seeing the father of a tourist family realise ...
... guys now. The next day I checked out and we all went to the beach, where I got to talking with them and had a great time. All super cool people and we all got along.
An Aussie and one of the Canadians convinced me to go to Ibiza with them for a few days and party for the weekend, and I decided I was having so much fun with the nightlife in Barca that it would be a good idea.
We got back to the hostel I saw how expensive the flights were (plus the ...
Our first day in Barcelona consisted of putting our things in a locker and heading straight to the beach. On the way we bought a bag of cornchips, guacamole and salsa. We sat first on a wharf in the direct sunshine and enjoyed our Mexican styled breakfast which was very tasty, whilst watching the ships roll in... We then went for a walk around the harbour, really really enjoying the sunshine until we found a Latino band playing on some steps with a group of people watching. There we sat ...