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Capítulo 22: No importa si haya frío, vamos a nadar a la playa
Several papers/deadlines have kept me from completing my final blog I will be posting from a trip within Spain. Still absolutely can't believe this journey is so quickly coming to an end
Picking up where I left off, My parents were still in Madrid with me for the week, and we left early Friday morning to Atocha Renfe station. I mentioned this station before in my Sevilla blog, we took ...
... information on the trains. When we talk to the attendant, she says the next train to Berlin is at 6 in the morning. I go to the help desk, and she looks up buses to Berlin. She was really helpful and friendly, but none of the buses would reach Berlin in time for us to make our flight. Jessica's still talking to her parents trying to find a cheap flight from Berlin to Madrid or Oviedo. Eventually we make our way to Starbucks to use their WiFi, and to get a warm drink. It's been a ...
... Spain, Madrid will probably will never grant Catalonia its independence because of the tourism dollar in Barcelona. Barcelona is in the top 5 of most traveled destinations in the world. Madrid gets a pretty good penny in tax money from Barcelona and they don't want to let that go. Ok so now, back to the bike tour. I was able to see soooo many sites; to name a few: - Vila Olimpica; did you know the olympics were held in Barcelona in 1992. - La Sagrade Familia; ...
... it´s kinda tricky to put it together, so we needed to take them to a bike shop in the city. We quickly realized we can´t carry all our bags and bikes on a train, and we didn´t know what train to take. Also the tiny european taxis can´t fit 3 bikes, 8 bags, and 3 men, but we found a mini-van taxi and a man who wasn´t afraid to be creative with his packing and got to the shop. We were dropped off in the middle of the Gothic ...
... Good Friday so we soon discovered that not everything was open. We walked down La Rumbla (a very large and famous street) and headed towards the La Boqueria Market, which is a fresh food market. Unfortunately it was closed when we got there and the 5 of us were quite hungry so we decided to look for somewhere to eat. We found a tiny restaurant down one of the side streets that served tapas and Paella (perfect!) I had seafood paella which was absolutely amazing and it came served in ...