Hotel SB Diagonal Zero Barcelona
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... and informative day. I floated the idea of a ride back into town to enable her to experience a different part of this city so we did just that getting the metro back and rising from the depths into a bustling area I'd not seen before. A quick drink and bite energised us for a minor ramble into the a gothic section where we located a wonderful lil cafe/bar for a more extensive proper meal of pinxtos before returning back to the hotel pleasantly wearied by another wonderful taste of ...
... the sides of the building, stunning stained glass windows, and columns which represent trees in a forest and sunflowers on the ceiling representing the canopy overhead, winding spiral staircases to towers, a crypt below, wooden doors with writing all over them and a tiny metal cryptogram with numbers on it that always add up to 33, the age of Jesus!
It just blew us away with its beauty!
... face down.
Victoria sits next to me which I'm very happy about, I finally get a good chance to talk to her, she tells me that she's from Norway, but she has a British accent because she moved there when she was five, there are five million people in Norway, her father is Australian. Her father and mother don't even speak the same language, I find this unbelievably awesome, it gives me hope that Natalia and Michael will make it in this crazy world after all!
After we left Birkenau, we arrived at the train station 15 minutes before the train left. It was a huge relief that we made it, and wouldn't have to take another train. So we climbed on and ended up with our own compartment, so we stretched out on the seats. Jessica was reading, and I was writing in my journal trying to catch up from the weekend. We were glad that everything worked out after the train arrived 4 hours later in Krakow than planned. Our happy-go-lucky mood was killed the ...
... Parc de la Ciutadella; was once a fort that kept the city in line after the spanish war As you can see I got alot of history today. It made me like the place even more. Ok ok enough of that. The bike tour was simply awesome but now I am beyond hungry. It was a 4 hour tour and it ended at the beach we sat, socialized and had drinks. I had a chance to get to know my bike buddies better. I then went to a place on Las Rambles called Patagonia. Sat on the ...