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... all where to go next time as the dog would lead me back in the right direction. I was home slightly early, and rang the wrong doorbell, whoops. The lady answered "Si?" I didn't know how to respond as my Spanish is still extremely rusty, which is an understatement. I eventually rang the right doorbell and got let in. I sat in the kitchen and talked to the ladies doing English for a while, they were pretty funny. As Agnes was taking a photo ...
... scramble eggs, again with the sides of some bread, crackers, and this time a croissant. I ate this quickly, I was super hungry. The man next to me did not eat, and as the air hostess picked up my tray, I spilt good and dropped my fork on him, whoops, lol I apologised anyway. This man next to me was sleeping when I needed to go to the bathroom to brush my teeth, he was quite interesting. We then arrived at Dubai, where I thought it was perfect, it was dusk. ...
... we didn't have the right clothing so we continued on towards the Arc de Triomf. At last we had found a park...well sort of...at least there were men making gigantic bubbles and we got to have a go.
After that we walked though the park and arrived at the zoo. It was a bit late to go in so we headed down to the beach. It took ages to get to La Barceloneta. Brigitte was 'dying' and we had to stop for ice-cream before we eventually got there. It was ...
This morning I got up at 6am ( I am practising getting up early for Sunday when I have to be up at 4am to be able to catch an early plane to Paris) and decided to make my way by metro to see the famous Sagrada Familia Basilica. 3 million people a year visit this place, and it can take a 2 hour wait in the hot sun just to buy a ticket ( By 11am when I came out that was what was happening, and the queue stretched all the way around the church to get to ...
... to the old part of town, which is not ****** old but had nice old architecture and old churches. The city parklands Montjuic is a mountain off to one side of the city and has real nice gardens a sky rail and of course the compulsory castle. ( we couldn't resist the sky rail even though it was exorbitantly overpriced for what it is) The most impressive building in the city however was Gaudi's church 'La Familia Sagrada'. A completely surreal building it is under ...