Travel Blogs from Barcelona
... Jardin de Joan Maragall. The gardens are only open from 10am-3pm so we hurried in before the guards would have to kick us out and I'm glad we did! Peace abounded in these gardens. The only things you could hear was bubbling water from ornamental fountains and bird chirping softly. Every nook that we stumbled upon was even more serene than the next. The grass was such a perfect shade of green (quite rare in this rain-free climate) ...
... going to make us dinner, which we thought was so nice, but we soon found out that he is just weird. Fede made us pasta and chicken and mixed it with sauce from a jar. Sadly the side dishes of cauliflower with cheese and the salad with corn and cheese were the best part of the meal. We were still so grateful that he was showing us the city (even though it took 8 hours) and that he cooked a meal for us, so we offered to clean up the dishes. After showing Leah the proper way to wash ...
... jewellery ,Havaianas footwear, and other stores made this city a gem for finding bargains and key vacationista finds of stylish outfits, minus the heavy price ticket. I discovered the Oshyo chain - a beautiful store of sleepwear and beach clothing, designed for the vacationista on a budget. Their colours of blues, grays, and purples definitely suited my needs and undoubtedly, took a chunk of my vacationista budget.
Although the shopping was mostly successful, ...
... art walking tour at the same spot as the previous day but this time the guy arrived (different company). It looked like it would just be us three but about 5 minutes into the tour two Austrian boys joined us. The tour was extremely interesting and we first learnt about the perception behind the street art culture in the Barca community. Prior to the Olympics it was encouraged and thought of as art for the community. It wasn't illegal and so local artists covered the city ...
... 8217;t know spanish. I had to hide. I came to the bus.
Hmm I should say too, that if you are in the country like Poland, and everywhere you have prices like 5 PLN, 10 PLN, 6 PLN, and then you change your money from PLN to EUR you see 1 EUR, 5 EUR, and you see that coins like… more less… like 1 PLN, not 1 EUR, but actually 1 EUR is 4 PLN, so everything starts to look LESS. And you are in some mind ****, because you see so ...
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- Wheelchair accessibility