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... in fact Barcelona yearned to become independent from Spain. This made me miss home and appreciate the united spirit that runs across my city, my community and in most of our nation.
Barcelona was definitely part of my top two favorite cities I’ve visited. The weather was very much like San Diego’s! Barcelona was beautiful, the old historic mixed in with the new and modern. The people were so alive and friendly! If I had to choose a European city to live in, ...
... for some early morning day shots before any people were around. After going back for breakfast I decided to go for a walk to the palace. It is a very nice walk, a lot uphill, but the weather was quite cool so it was very comfortable. I got to the palace just in time to see the midday changing of the guards. It was a nice thing to watch. And the area was packed full of tourists. I walked around, took a lot of photos, and headed down the hill back to ...
... to the theatre house which had a restaurant serving traditional Czech food. The majority of us ordered the camembert and potatoes. It was delicious. It was 3 decent sized rounds of camembert, crumbed and fried. The cheese was delicious and gooey and the potatoes served with it were also delicious, though anyone who knows me knows I love potatoes anyway.
That is all I can remember about Prague it is probably 2 months ago now because I have been slack.