Termes La Garriga
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I have to mention Evy.. I met her in Amsterdam at a "coffee shop" and I thought that it would be like, "nice to meet you, cya later".. But that's not how it worked out.. She was there for some training for work and all the other people left early the next day but she stayed later so we met again, then she told me I should go to Belgium where she lives (which I had no plans of going to) but I did it anyway, to a town called Ghent where she lives and it turned out to ...
... arranging the nightlife and potential day touristy things to do. We went to Camp Nou where Barcelona plays and took the tour of the stadium. It is absolutely huge and crazy to think of all the players that have played on that pitch. Also crazy to be a part of how much money FCB rakes in, whether it is a game day or not. The store was absolutely nuts. Consumerism at its finest, you would have ...
... We took a lift to the roof and were able to see over the local area and get a closer look at the wonderful spires. Back to the ground and strolled through the little lanes before settling in a little cafe for lunch. More walking!!! and then back to the hotel for siesta. We went out again at 4 and walked down to the harbour, there is such a lot going on as there is a motoring weekend and all ...
... people ranging from 18 to mid/late 50's. The place was immaculate and modern.
Every night there was one activity or another. Ranging from Tacco dinners with free tequila to beerpong and skate boarding on the indoor half tube. And then at around 11pm every night you could go on Barcelona Night club tours.
Let's just say that my mornings were pretty tender for the 8 days I was there.
My days consisted mostly of waking up with a mild hangover, wondering the ...
Today nicky finally got a decent sleep in!
We had a booking for sagrada familia at 10:45 so rode or there and joined our tour which fortunately only went for 50 minutes. Amazing building. My third visit and never fails to fill me with awe! After a coffee and the best brownie ever at the gaudi bakery, we headed to la taqueria for a Mexican lunch. Muy rico.
After a siesta we headed to the gym on the bikes. Gotta love the barcelona bike lanes!
Later it was ...