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... that this combination suited me perfectly ;-) The $2euro bottles of wine set the scene nicely for many nights of partying. With Bonnie's great recommendation I booked Hostel One and for a single traveller it was amazing. Every night the hostel staff cooked a hearty meal and we all sat around - talking, eating, drinking and being merry. This was the perfect start to many large nights including a $2euro shots bar, Nasty Mondays at Apollo nightclub and karaoke where ...
Heading to Barcelona today. We had a much needed sleep in this morning before meeting the people in our tour group, who were still at the hotel, for breakfast. It was really sad saying goodbye to them. It's amazing how well you get to know people when you travel with them for two weeks like that! We had a taxi organised to pick us up from the hotel at 11am to take us to the airport. Meg, who was in our tour with us, had a flight at a similar time so she caught ...
Finally, after 18 hrs flying and a 3 hour stopover we are here in Spain! Caught a taxi to our Apartment and waited until the manager came to let us in the 2 bedroom Apartment was a little disappointing, not as modern as we would have liked but is clean and we ...
... often quite big dwarves - a big dwarf is different to a small giant). This was her parade so she was due to lead it off. Although we've seen many of the ceremonial figures of Barcelona, Laia only come out for her festival so we hadn't seen her before.
The parade was due to pass through the short Passeig de Colon before exiting on to La Rambla and making a loop around to Placa de Sant Jaume for the finish, so when we noticed that everybody seemed ...
... fireworks displays, and projection shows, another icon of La MercÚ is the gegantes i capgrossos. These giants and big heads parade around the city and then assemble back at Plaša Sant Jaume. I had told myself that I'd seen enough of La MercÚ and would wait until next year to see the gegantes but I couldn't pass it up. And I'm glad I didn't. Some friends and I ended up getting a front row spot in the square after going for ...