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... four columns dating back to 1AD still stand - as old as the city itself. We got back to the apartment in time for a late dinner. Park Guell was our destination the next day. We planned to take the bus, but had difficulties finding the correct stop. Given that we had to be at the Monumental Zone of the park at a set time, we opted for the metro, which entailed a steep uphill climb, punctuated by occasional sets of escalators. We did make it on time. Eusebi ...
... another world, it was amazing in the true sense of the word.
We then walked a long way to see some more of Gaudi's architecture at Parc Guell which contained the house that Gaudi lived in for a while and displayed some of his mosaics and sculptures.
I will definitely come back here on my gap year.
Talk to you again when I get to the Loire Valley.
Bye for now, Clopsicorn
... the sweet, endearing voice, the smooth... yes you get the picture! And decision easily made: I am marrying a Swede.
As for the formal and lavish dress one expects, this isn't inaccurate. We both felt aware of our identification of tourists in our hiking wear due to the fact that there is not a poorly dressed individual in Sweden. Not even vagrants... well, poor example. Sweden doesn't have many people out in the streets in need. At least, not from ...
... need to phone at least each continent once a week, they already have the sim setup, the foxtel streaming on the iPad and enough international plugs you can have your hair dryer, camera, phone and portable charger going at once 4. Casual dining is like a private food safari. Squid ink paella, some buzzard pork meat, cockroaches on a stick or a undefinable fruit jelly dessert...they have probably tried it and best to let them order from the Thai menu ...
I walked around the corner in my new Barri, and wahla!
Shining like a beacon was a bright and beautiful organic store/café. So far I have had my morning coffee (Cortado),
apple tartin, and fresh carrot/ginger juice. And I am sitting in cool comfort
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