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... I'd had of it being over-run by ******-up idiots didn't play out. There was an irritating Canadian guy in my dorm who kept bugging people about going out to 'party' but that was the only moronic BS I got subjected to the whole time I was there.
Great city, great people and fantastic visuals from a time when Europeans did things with style. Kinda reminded me of France in a way, which is exactly where I'll be next time you hear from me.
... ago and was designed by one of Spain’s most well known and respected architects in Spanish history, Antoni Gaudi. Gaudi was born a Catalan (ethnic group in Spain) and produced some of the most moving building and works of art that are still standing and praised by the Spanish people. Undoubtedly, his most famous work is La Sagrada Familia. La Sagrada familia is a masterpiece in the center of the city of Barcelona. The height of the church is exactly equal ...
... to be back in Barcelona to go out there at night. It was the perfect amount of time in such a fun place. Tuesday night is the big night in Sitges because it is the last night, but we didn't wanted to be exhausted for all of our classes on Wednesday. (My voice of reason took over and told me to pay attention to my responsibilities). Overall, I am glad that I was able to be a part of the five day celebration!
Tomorrow is Valentine's Day and I cannot ...
... A spreadable paste made from chorizo. Delicious on bread, toasted or untoasted.
So today I caught the train for Figueres, keeping my fingers crossed that the museum would be open given that today is a "Puente". In Spain, if a public holiday falls on a Tuesday or a Thursday, then many organisations will not bother opening on the respective Monday or Friday because "we've just had a day off and its nearly the weekend so why bother going back to work?" or "Its going to be ...
... my blog, anddd he caught me lol. You can imagine the "babe" i got. Anyway he brought a coffee, an orange juice, and a croissant to hold us over. We had already decided we were going to go to the beach so we started to make our way. Our walk in the day time was much more lively. We took pictures along the way of the trees, the buildings, and the statues. Our camera died so that about all we got from our morning adventure. You'll have to take my word for it :) When we reached the beach ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsLa Santa Maria Sitges
Do yourself a favour and try the Paella, made with love and an old family recipe, it was the best we had in Catelonia. The staff were delightful, friendly and welcoming, the view across the road to the boulevard and the beach gives this restaurant the perfect location and it's a great spot to sit in the afternoon and watch people as they pass by! I recommend this Restaurant
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