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Travel Blogs from Barcelona
A friend suggested doing a travel blog for my trip and I thought it was a good idea.
So here is my attempt at documenting our travels.
We landed in Barcelona at 10am (4am Florida time) and although we were tired we were excited to start exploring the city.
Those of you that know me well, will understand when I say it was a classic "Rosado moment" just ...
... known to the waiting staff. We decided to opt for tapas - as much as anything for the variety - but we had to start with another round of sherry and olives.
I must admit that I thought the waiter was rather brusque when he rushed off before I had chance to order some olives and bread, but he returned swiftly with a bottle of sherry and asked me to try it before pouring out a full glass, which went down well ...
... to see one of the shows, in which the fountain is choreographed with lights and music. Really sweet.
I had a blast on Friday night and then got up (relatively) early and explored the city with Jack. We didn't want to wait for everyone to mobilize so we could ooze around the city again, so he and I took off and saw as much as we possibly could in the day.
I also had all of my midterms prior to the Barcelona trip, which went great.
... tour approches many significant landmarks. We decide to explore the Catalan Art Museum that showcases over 1000 years of Europe's best Romanesque art. The museum is located high up on Montjuic allowing for beautiful, expansive vistas of Barcelona. The 1929 Olympic venue, also located on Montjuic, is well kept and used today for concerts and various other events. At the base of Montjuic is the 1029 World Expo Fairgrounds. ...
... I didn’t really feel like bacon and eggs so went with a Spanish omelette. It wasn’t what I expected. It came out as an omelette broken up into pieces and stuffed into a baguette! I ate half of it but it was a bit gluggy. Eli had bacon and eggs etc. We had a bit of trouble paying – in France when we used cards we never had to put in a pin, just sign. Over here it seemed that we had to put in a pin. It wasn’t working very well with the guy last night and ...