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... wanted to learn more English and brush back up on their current English teachings. We were able to get 10 of our friends to come over to our hotel room by 9:30AM for a session. We charged each one 20 euros per hour. We had a lesson from 9:30AM to 1:30PM (4 hours). From this mini session we earned 800 euros. We then broke up to go on a 1 hour lunch. We walked outside ...
... men) she had frozen her bottles of water and boy was that the best thing we'd had in a while, by this time it was plenty hot. So we got onto the bus and got seats on the top back where there was an awning and so we were in the shade and spent the next couple of hours seeing the other side of the city, including up on the mountain where the Olympics were in '92. It was amazing, we also saw the big soccer place and just had a wonderful time seeing this beautiful city. ...
... long bus ride. Six hours! Up @ 7:00 am - breakfast and bags out @ 7:15 am - on bus @ 8:30 am. Today's bus ride didn't seem as bad - probably because the bus was cooler and we weren't as tired. We got to Barcelona after a couple of stops mid afternoon. They dropped us at the hotel and we had an hour to freshen up and then back on the bus for a city tour. Again, we had a local guide and saw all the fabulous architecture here. We stopped at La Familia Sagrada (The ...
... the beautiful old quarter of the city trying to find a restaurant, during which everyone was cranky. We went into an Indian restaurant with incredibly low expectations, but were surprised by the quality of the service and later the food. Me, you and Michael split several dishes (tandoori chicken and two curries) and by the end I felt very satisfied. We all walked home and sat in the hostel courtyard for a while, before going to bed. I love you, ...
... next four days. Once we found the right city bus to get us close to our address, we called the landlord. His name is Richard Barrow and he's a British guy who has lived in Spain the better part of 15 years. He said he would meet us at the apartment at 10am to open up the apartment and begin our briefing. In the meantime, we were ahead of Richard's pace, so we slowly made our way to the address. We had high expectations for the apartment and were still pleasantly surprised ...