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... Hopefully this will continue on the Gaudi tour I’m going on tomorrow!
After the tour my new friend April and I headed towards the Arc de Triomf for lunch in a café off Ronda da Sant Pere. From here we stuffed around trying to organise train tickets, fortunately quite successfully in the end.
This evening I headed to Camp Nou, home of FC Barcelona. As someone that knows very little about the way football works I, all in all, really enjoyed myself. I had ...
... to refurbish run down undeveloped parts of the city. I would recommend doing this for at least 3-4 days it really give you a great feeling afterwards knowing that you have helped out connect 123 organises transport as a part of their package and also supply two meals lunch and afternoon tea which was sandwiches for lunch and fresh fruit for afternoon tea.
Back with you for another round of details from our Spain adventure! Still having an amazing time here in Barcelona with so many sights to see and things to do.
After a good nights rest it was once again time for our morning training session with coach Yuri, who's done a fabulous job with the girls. Started off with 20 minutes of videos of things we would be working on. These are instructional videos and are amazing because you can ...
... exists; the second is that the name has no real connection with the Chinese (Xinès). Both statements are true. This barri, unfolding south from Carrer Sant Pau towards Drassanes, was once one of Europe’s most infamous neighbourhoods, inhabited by the poor and working-class and rife with prostitutes, pimps, strippers and drug dealers. Today, due to enthusiastic clean-up efforts, mere vestiges remain of the barrio’s previous life (though some alleys still hint ...
Because we did not go to Valencia, we spent three days in Barcelona. Day 1 was a mess. It poured rain all day. We watched it come down in the morning. After lunch the Susans convinced Andrea to go out into it. Ken decided to stay dry. We got out our rain gear and climbed aboard the shuttle bus for our first excursion into the city of Barcelona. Susan was on a quest for a soccer jersey and this is a BIG soccer city. We put ...