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After a pleasant, culturally rich trip to Roma, I embarked on my final leg onto sunny Barcelona. Or as I would later find out, Antoni Gaudi's Barcelona. Buy the "Barcelona Smart guide" map/guide, it'll serve you well.
Now, I know summers in spain can be brutal, but nothing could have prepared me for how hot it was. I mean, it was flipping …
... so on January 20th 2015 I belatedly started to read Lonely Planets' India: visas - tick; climate - tick;'inoculations - tick; currency - tick; history - tick; ... and how to get there - uhm? The first challenge of any significance was the realisation that you should never plan to book a flight just because the stewardesses in the adverts look gorgeous. As it turned out Emirates do not have a direct route to Chennai, India, my first choice port of arrival. So reluctantly, ...
... than idea but I make due. Its also interesting that the average price for a coffee (dixi cup) is 3-4 euro. With our exchange rate its almost 3.50-5 dollars for a coffee.- Ouch!
Vueling is a pretty stripped down airlines but nice. It feels much more fresh and updated than our southwest but they also charge for EVERYTHING! There is NO complimentary drink service at all. This is fine- I am too tired to ...
... before venturing out down La Rambla, the main boulevard of Barcelona through crowds of people out and about enjoying all the city has to offer. It's festival time so the streets are crowded with musicians, artists, artisans and fun for everyone. We finally ended up in the old dock area enjoying the sea, sun, a drink or two, people watching and generally lapping up this very vibrant city. Tomorrow more ...
... way back to near where we originally hopped off!!
Checking in we weren’t put off by the hostel. It appeared to have good facilities and a roof top terrace with a hot tub! We shared a room with 10 other people, we had bunk beds with little curtains for when you sleep. 2 shared showers and a toilet in the room. This is where we met up with Andy – Zarah’s friend. Andy has been living and working in the UK for the past 7 months as a bar tender at Crown Plaza ...