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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Arriving at the airport was both terrifying and exciting, going into this experience not knowing anyone was probably my least favorite part of departing... Walking up to the gate and down the escalator looking out seeing ALL these already grouped up people, I looked for an empty seat and sat next to a girl named Jade. She too was going on this adventure with this huge group. Then it came time to get on the plane, I was just hoping I would be seated next to someone ...
... have a couple tables and chairs in the street or large areas in the large malls . We found such a place in the street that looked across to the Navity facade. The church has four facades, the Navity being the oldest showing sciences of when Christ was born and the other side being the passion when Christ died. Tim did not want to come inside so after lunch I walked around to the ticket sales but found out there was still a two hour wait so decided ...
... can so easily download books from my Smoky Hill Library! We had a pleasant trip on a faster train yesterday and arrived in Barcelona about 2 pm. We settle into our hotel, had lunch and decided to walk what we thought was about 2.5 miles to the Sagrada Familia. We ended up logging about nine miles, round-trip! The Sagrada Familia is architect Antoni Gaudi's most famous and awe-inspiring work. He labored on it for 43 years, from 1883 until his ...
... tickets was insanely long. We had to get a ticket like at the DMV and waited easily over an hour to book our trains. Thankfully, Brittany had the Eurail app so we were able to figure out which trains we wanted to take and which trains we needed reservations for (turns out it was all of them). After booking our trains, we got our ice cream of the day (not as good as yesterday) and went on ...
... sign for a really long time, but I was pretty sure it was 100km, which is what I was doing at the time. But the more I thought about it the more I thought that maybe it was 80km/h, so then I was stressing about getting a speeding ticket in the mail, and wondering how long it will take before I can be fairly confident a ticket isn't coming. What's so stupid is that I'm the only person in all of Spain trying my hardest to follow speed limits. My plan is to "wild camp" (that is, find ...