Foxa 32 Suites
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... of stairs. As we got down toward the road I became extremely dizzy (as in unable to walk straight) and at this point we were essentially in the middle of nowhere as we had wandered away from the town center. So poor Tom sat me down on and walked along the road to see if he could find some water...after a while he comes back with a liter of water and a piece of sausage on a piece of bread which was a little random.
It turns out he found ...
... 18px; text-align: left; ">At the top of the facade, the roof is in the shape of an animal’s back with large iridescent scales. The spine which forms the ornamental top is composed of huge spherical pieces of masonry in colours which change as you move along the roof-tree from one end to the other.
This guy is a literal genius, I'm telling you.
After Gaudi, we walked around Barcelona for the last time. We passed a ...
... church in a Cathedral so you can't really do that.
After mass I walked around - bought a lovely white lace mantilla that I've been looking for and some food for lunch and dinner. Went back to the hostel and had lunch and did laundry and relaxed up on the rooftop terrace while making sure my laundry was actually drying. Two older gentlemen came up here while I was relaxing - one from England and one from Ireland so we talked for a bit. They have ...
... have a train to catch. I was considering getting the 10-trip card (no time limit) but they tacked on a tariff for taking it from the airport station and it ended up over 15 EURO, which made it basically not worth it (cheaper to buy all the tickets individually). If I run out of time on my 24-hour pass I can always walk.
Transferred to line 4 with no issues. It was actually super easy. Go up the escalator (it's the only way out). Arrive at line 4! I ...
... these small intimate bars are full of character and ooze ambience. Staff are welcoming and you will often be treated to a small dish of tapas with each beer you order. Seats are at a premium but standing around rubbing shoulders with your fellow drinkers is the norm.
Bar crawling in Madrid took on a whole new meaning. Beer is drunk from a small glass meaning you can get through several bars pretty quickly without getting hammered.
And then ...