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... it over 100 years ago.
We then walked along la Ramblas which is a long street going for 2 kilometres. La Ramblas is a very popular street with lots of shops and markets.
I am enjoying Spain as it is the first time l have been here and am learning all different things about this country.
It is not long before l leave Europe and arrive home. I hope you enjoyed your holidays.
See you soon.
... comfort my nerves. He told me he was from Amsterdam, I said I was from Australia and he said "I can tell", I didn't think my accent was that strong. We talked about me being a nanny, he told me to call it Au Pair, as it sounded more classy. The bus was still going, we were there for maybe 15 minutes, I literally had 5 minutes before boarding opened for the Barcelona flight. We got off the bus to gate B, I think anyway. We followed the signs for connections ...
... they couldn't modernize it enough to take all the latest medical equipment and now it is a cultural site. From there we could see the Sagrada Familia and walked down to see it. Too late to go inside (we have been inside before) but wondrous enough from the outside, despite the eternal cranes and scaffolding in places. From there we walked back, via scenic route, to our hotel to test the walk from there to a metro station, ...
... have nailed his one Asparagus wrapped in samosas pastry with cheese Loads of sangria, which is much sweeter than anywhere else I've tasted, but then again the soda drinks in Spain are enough to make all your teeth fall out simultaneously or looked like you've just sucked a lemon so I think the Thai people have some competition on sugar consumption Cheese croquettes and meat croquettes...what meat I don't know Fuet salami Catalan cannelloni Catalan cream brûlée ...
... hostel. At about 4am, I fell asleep and woke up around 9am when the hustle and bustle of the hostel began. I have a sore neck and tired eyes so I´m going to take it easy today and I´m looking forward to some peace and quiet in Montpellier with Valerie, I have still yet to request a refund from the hostel because I´m waiting for the Israeli girls to organise their plans and then we´ll do it together so that we hopefully have more chance of getting refunds back. Wish me ...