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... unlimited amounts of sangria during the show. After the show we moved on as a group to a small bar where we danced the night away (Aimee did some Charlie in the bathroom, I lost it when she told me, was some funny stuff. Especially when she didn't know what Charlie was #noregrets) Back to the room to skull some water for our earliest start to date the next morning. PS - We both used a bidet for the very first time. Funny story to share ...
... overpriced lunch and them hit the beach. No sand just tiny shells hard to walk on but surprisingly comfortable to lay on. Just as well with 7 of us sharing 2 towels there isn't much towel to stretch out on! We are off to the organic cafe for dinner before last chance shopping and maybe some cycling on our last day in Barcelona ...
... English speaking nurse there who informed me quite abruptly that I had broken my foot and needed to be put in a cast which she did straight away. One pair of ill-fitting crutches later and I was in a taxi to the train station to get a train back to Barcelona. So, less than 3 hours after the accident I was diagnosed and treated and out the door - all for free! God love reciprical health care agreements (never go to Europe without an EHIC folks!) but how does ...
... time in Barcelona. Our mantra was to be smart and be aware!! Hold your camera, put only essential things in your front pocket, don't carry much cash, and leave the purse/backpack at the hotel if you can.)
After the fountain show ended we drug ourselves back down to the Metro to go back to the hotel to pack. I was sad to be leaving Barcelona but so EXCITED about the cruise that lie ahead. Every vacation should be immediately followed by another vacation so you never have to be too sad to ...
... to the Spanish around the city, and we rode their Metro which was small but still kicks the butt of our pittiful Loop! There was alot of street art and performances which gave the city a nice fun flair kind of like Melbourne, and we got into the siestas and tapas with vigour! We meandered alot around the little weaving streets which was fun, and tried but to no avail to find the elusive little local tapas bar we first stumbled on - ...