Hostal Rio de Castro
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... Holy cow, was that place amazing too! That is scheduled to be finished in 2026 for the 100 anniversary of the start of construction. That's a bet I don't want to take! We continued on with our tour through the Olympic area from the 1992 events and had a great view of the city from that point. Our tour lasted till about noon when we were dropped off at the Hard Rock Cafe for ...
... to me. But at some places it was better so I don't want to generalize and say that it was all like that, probably just the places we happened to go.
Spring Break was definitely a highlight of my time abroad. I was able to tour 4 cities in one week and experience so many new things I never would have been able to otherwise. I don't think I will ever have a vacation as memorable as that one.
... They suggested a tapas bar "Atrill" down the street. So we went there and had some tapas, including a fish salad, vegaetable/fruit wrapped in salmon, bread with tomato-garlic sauces, and patatas with Bravas sauce. For the most part it was good, but neither of us were a fan of the dishes of fish. We sat outside, right up against the restaurant, but that didn't stop a man looking for money. He came up to our table, speaking in Spanish and waving a paper with ...
... Living the champagne life.
As it was still pretty early we decided to go and find a shopping area near Las Ramblas, passing Las Ramblas we found a lot of tourists and locals were walking through this narrow road as we was curious we decided to follow them. We then found out we came to an area called El Portal de l'Angel which had loads of shops like Zara, Bershka and many ...
... at the hotel. Fortunately, I had more rides on my T-10. On my way back to Fontana, it occurred to me to check my bag to see if I had frantically stuffed it in there while packing. Alas, I had my keys all along. So, I got off at Paral-lel and walked over to a skate park of sorts, with plenty of graffiti, reminiscent of Lisboa. I read for a good hour and thereafter a woman sat down and started rolling what I thought was a joint. I asked her what it was and ...