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... to get to know some new Wake people that I have not met before. Feeling aggressive, we all decided to try out the most famous club in Barcelona called Opium. As you can imagine, it was a pretty intense scene. It reminded me a lot of South Beach with white couches and neon lights everywhere. Phillip Levine should definitely through his Mayorial victory party at a place like this. We all decided it was a fun place but not a place where we will be ...
Barcelona kind of violated the terms and conditions of this trip because I have been here before. Twice. And, if you are really bored, you can read my blog from the last time in 2006 here - http://blog.travelpod.com/travel-blog-e ntries/cadkinsca/festivals2006/11516022 00/tpod.html . I didnīt have much choice, though, because Barcelona is the closest airport ...
... coming in for breakfast thought we best vacate our seats and return there.
Wasn't long before the conductor was knocking on door to tell us ten minutes to Barcelona and to collect our key. All packed up and ready for adventure in a new country, new city and new language. Barcelona beckons.
Train journey took about eleven and a half hours and we stepped foot on Spanish soil at 9:45 and went in search of a taxi to take us to our apartment ...
... by one. Bahahaha. Should have read a guide book and booked the tickets :-)
After our dose of cultre we tried to find an old church (without success) and some lunch - kind of got lost and a bit frozen but ended up seeing typical lanes and streets in the Gothic sector which was our next to do on list. We did a bit of a tapa crawl at a couple of places and a nice cuppa and cake in a monastic bakery. Prices in city are ...
... machine up and spent a bit of time trying to retrieve the money however having no luck she gave us a refund. We tried again and were successful. We then walked to Casa Batllo and La Pedrera – Two more of Gaudi’s buildings. Casa Batllo has a roof covered in coloured ceramic tiles to look like fish scales and the rhythmic sequence of the roof shape is to resemble the backbone of a dragon, it was a very striking building. Only a few blocks down was the La Pedrera that ...
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