Apsis Porta Marina
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... paying attention, but it suddenly dawned on me that he had been pouring for a very long time. He was waiting for me to say "stop." Well, what is one to do? It was already poured, after all. Thank goodness, I had an entire small Schwepps to dilute some of the potency of the killer drink. Salud!
Saturday September 27
We purchased 2-day passes for the hop-on hop-off Bus Turistic to be able ...
... we wasn't going to see any attractions on that day, i decided to hit the beach to catch a tan! I spent a good new hours on the beach and made sure i protected myself, as i don't want any early wrinkles. It was a gorgeous day, the only thing i found is that the beach didn't have any WiFi which was strange, in case Rudi decided to walk down the beach we didn't know how to meet as we was only using our phones with WiFi.
... the fireworks, the night.
The Spanish people who had built the fire began to joke around about jumping over it. They started to fool around and pretend to, but none actually did.
"I'll do it."
Everyone laughed, but I told them I was serious. So with a running start, I jumped over it. Again, like on cue, the girls gushed.
"She's so brave!!!"
At this point I was done with it. I grabbed a random girl's hand and ...
... in life, and in the delays we were given on
that night we were granted stories that we will be talking about forever.
The next morning after only getting a few hours of sleep we
enjoyed our free breakfast, checked out, and made our way into the city for a
beach day. It was the perfect weather and we found the most perfect place on
the beach right by the Port de Olympia. It was so surreal soaking up the sun on
a Mediterranean beach. It was so blue,
so hot, and ...
... we had a Gaudi tour, this is not to be confused with a gaudy tour, which would have been something else, even if Gaudy derives from Gaudi. We did not dress in sparkly, bright colored clothing and feather boas.
Gaudi was a Spanish architect in the Art Nouveau style. He was an incredible outside the box thinker and his buildings are like nothing you have ever seen before, unless you have seen his work.. He ...