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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 …
... that age back many centuries merging into old and narrow lane ways and small streets and then suddenly one spots a towering cathedral before passing into another series of lanes. This city is vibrant and exciting.
I stopped for a mid arvo feast of a few tapas and a cpl of cold ones before heading off recharged and starting to get the feel for this vibrant city. I passed a Museum and entered (Sunday being a free day) and was most taken by my walk through an underground ...
... just how charming we are, I put my hand over hers as she grips the pole on the bus, then Ganzer places his on mine, then Wasp as well, she giggles but the look in her eyes is pure fear. I thought it was quite innocent and a touch suave, perhaps it was overdone when all our hands started sweating, or was it maybe the fact I didn't blink that freaked her out?
Now, I'm not quite sure what happens here, but for some unknown reason we go to Shoku nightclub, as soon ...
... first thing we both said to each other was about how we'd spent some time before going to sleep thinking about going back to Budapest instead of heading across to Portugal with our friends. This really excited us both so we decided to jump straight onto the computers to look up flights back to Hungary. We were getting very overwhelmed with excitement when our friend Christina at Grandio said that there was space for us to stay during the times we were after. Luckily, we were ...
... told one of the Cornell guys that I would meet them in the morning so we could do something for the day. When I woke up, I realized that all I wanted for the day was to be alone. I even told Kelly I'd meet her later on in the night, leaving myself enough time to go exploring. Hoping not to run into any of the people from the night before, I put on my sunglasses and snuck out the door ... sorry homies.
I bought a metro ticket and got lost looking for the ...