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... than planned. It had everything we needed and there was a bus outside the door which would take us to Barcelona so we booked in.
Terry, Anne and me had a walk around the camp site and managed to find the bar so we thought we would try a beer or two just to make sure it was OK.
... 11th to when I landed in Barcelona, I always knew where I was going to be staying and how long for. I had print-outs of the flights and all the hostels, apart from a couple of spots in Vietnam and India where there were question marks over timing and therefore nothing was booked. All I had to do was get to the airport(s). But that's all changed for Europe. I'll be walking into bus and train stations the day of departure, with no real idea of how ...
When I get my bags I didn’t know where to go, what to do because I hadn’t plans. I just knew that at 8 pm I have free night place from couchsurfing site. Some woman started to talking to me when we were waiting for the bags. I realized that she maybe can know the way to the centre, but she wasn’t. We were waiting for someone who could help us, actually that someone she knew, because her daughter’s living in ...
... bravas and choricitos! Which is sausage and chips to us Brits.
After that, a bit more aimless wandering led me to the Cathedral. NOT the Gaudi one, the old one that has no queue outside because nobody is interested. Well it was fabulous. I love standing and staring up at all the thin arching columns that eventualy meet up in ceiling points, and when a building is so large the sheer number has the effect of creating something weblike on the ceiling. Add in all the colours from ...
... almost like a shark’s fin above water. The Jaws music would not have been out of place although perhaps a bit naff.
The megaphone (megafone?) was held by a man wearing a hoodie and as he climbed onto the stage I observed "That’s Filastine" which wasn’t exactly a leap of intellect either, but I was far from the last person in the crowd to spot what was going on.
I confess that until I saw the line-up for this years BAM (Barcelona Accio Musical) I ...
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