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... stuff, but only some. I still need to find a Spanish school, seriously ASAP. After this, I met a Finnish girl, she was so friendly, similar to someone from Australia. The afternoon I was feeling down, but who even cares about that! Today is pretty gloomy, lots of clouds. I had an interview in the morning for engineering, which was good. Talking about things like this make me want to stay in the course. Things are looking ...
... announcement that our gate was closing. HA! It's a good thing we've been exercising! We hopped up and ran, really, down to our gate. Ken, of course, was ahead of me. And we weren't the last ones. Maybe there were 4 people who ran up after us. That was a moment of truth for me: I could never hold up my end on The Amazing Race, it would all be on Ken. I guess I can give up on my fantasy of playing and winning. It was a long, uneventful flight to London Heathrow. We had 1 ...
... to stop and get off the bike when we wanted to. Barcelona is well equipped with bike paths that allow the cyclist to get where you want to go while avoiding the cars and the hordes of pedestrians. There are so many tourists in the city, the streets and parks are crowded everyday. I hear more people speaking Spanish and English than Catalan. I thought this was low season, but I guess not when there are 3 cruise ships in the port each ...
... br> The reason it is good to buy tickets on line to all these sites is that you don't have to stand on long lines you walk right in. When tour companies tell you they get to walk in past everyone on line they only mean they bought tickets in advance. Anyone can bypass the line with a prepaid ticket. (Our tickets for all four sites cost about 150 euros.) The audio programs for both houses were very good.
When Gaudi graduated from Barcelona's School of Architecture the head of ...
... Casa Batllo, a knock down job that Gaudi took on and completely renovated in 2 years, completed in 1906. Over 100 year ago and some of the designs and ergonomic inclusions are a century ahead of his time. A multi story family home with a terrace roof, complete with a tiled atrium to bring light throughout. Walls and windows inspired by nature. Incredibly ornate hand rails, doors, furniture and fittings. Ornately tiled atrium, darker tiles at the top, lightening ...