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... 8211; sneaky sneaky Spanish….well played.
We put that one behind us and ventured to the fountains. Well we knew they were on tonight…there was about 200 people waiting last night, tonight there were thousands…yep the show must be on. We caught the 10.30pm and it was fantastic. A huge display of water, lights and music that lasted about 10 mins and so worth making the effort to go again. Rush hour then to ...
... were off again. Claire and I both think that one of the best ways to get to know a city is just to walk around and see what you stumble upon and that is exactly what we did.
At the end of the day we headed back to our hostel, and washed the day off. Then we headed downstairs to charge up our items. While we left the room we didn't expect anyone else to move in, because you usually have to book four person rooms ...
... in contact with a woman from Blablacar (a safe and renowned site for those of you who are about to have a heart attack) about doing a car share between Granada and Barcelona. We had settled on meeting at a shopping center on the outskirts of Granada at 1:30 PM for what I thought was a 5-6 hour journey. She pulled up in a car only a little bit bigger than mine. (For reference, see my Scarlet Letter entry.) Another girl was catching a ride from ...
One of the things that makes Semester at Sea great is that it allows me to take my students and give them the opportunity to see science in action, and at the same time I get to meet fellow scientist that are interested in talking to young students and are incredibly generous with their time. A few months ago I e-mailed JosepAnton Morgui at the Catalan Institute for Climate Science in Barcelona ...
... an inordinate amount of tourists, at least much more noticeably than Madrid, I saw quite an impressive mix of global travelers. But what really threw me off was the language and culture. Not to draw too much comparison, but living in Madrid, having travelled Andalucía and Valencia, my spanish has taken me quite far. I've communicated effectively with locals, and been able to handle my surroundings well, but in Barça, I found myself in a foreign land, with a foreign language ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Pelayo Barcelona
Basic rooms, great location, comfortable beds, clean bathroom with bidet and big towels, good value.
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