Melia Barcelona Sky
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... t, I couldn't tell. I got through a good chunk of my book, The Vacationers (which takes place in Spain!) and filled up on vitamin D, knowing that soon I would be back home in Minnesota, where the weather has already turned cold. There will be sunlight for only 8 hours and a warm day will be 0. After I had my fill of the sun, I took the long way home and walked the length of the port. And it goes on forever and ever...I have never seen so ...
... We sat on the ground with our food and free orange juice and started eating. It was fantastic. Possibly the best meal I had in Spain other than the meal me and Sophie had at the Italian restaurant. The rice was brightly colored and was sooo good, I wish I could relive that meal over and over. After we ate we went back to the hostel and found out that the others hadn't gone on the walking tour because it had left without them. They had also gone to the Picasso museum and it ...
Jet lag must of really hit me today as I felt so tired and very drained but to finish the day off with a Hot Stone Massage was awesome, I did fall asleep while she was massaging. after massage I went back to my room and Emily had ordered room service and we sat and ate and chatted. I then showered and fell asleep I think around 8pm which is so early as the sun doesn't go down til after 10pm.
Off to Paris tomorrow cant wait!!!!
... and just about buried one fellow who we thought was the prospective groom. It turned out the groom was the sober one. We saw them later trying to weave their way home. Both groups interacted and entertained us for a couple of hours.
We then headed back and went to a great little place called O Picasso because it's near the Picasso museum. Fantastic music and food so we stayed until nearly 11.30pm. We are becoming ...
... two) and a "taco" which was actually more like a giant bowl lined with a tortilla and covered with a mound of beans, roasted veggies, chicken, cheese, guac, and lettuce. I was yet again in food heaven, however this is more mexican than spanish so I really wasn't taking advantage of the cultural foods at this point. I got to see a bunch of my girlfriends who are studying in Seville, Spain at the market and we made plans to go to park guell the next day. Larissa and I headed back ...