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... and and lots of stone enclosures, ruins, watch towers etc along the way as well. Checked in to hotel, then into the CBD for a look around and dinner. LOTS of people in the main square and shopping strip. Walked down to port area, lovely old buildings again, an enormous statue of Christopher Columbus, a medieval cathedral a few of the highlights. Tapas, pizza and an enormous Sangria for tea at a street cafe. Then back to the hotel for an early ...
... original stop, and finally exited at Placa de Catalunya, a large square surrounded by multiple busy streets, with fountains and sculptures and pigeons, pigeons, pigeons! After wandering around the square for a bit, I headed over to La Rambla. This pedestrian only street is described in every travel book on Barcelona as a lively place with shops and restaurants, and full of buskers, street performers, scammers, and pickpockets. Visitors are warned to proceed with ...
... sat on the bed for a while but then it hit me how tired I was so I think I had about a 30 minute sleep before I had to get ready for the flamenco show and dinner. We had an optional dinner and show which most of us did. For an entree we had mushrooms with a chilli oil, red capsicum stuff with what was almost a cream cheese filling but was more whipped, and then we had a little potato and cheese triangle thing. The main dish was chicken and some ...
... again, where I was supposed to meet up with my friend Buck, but I never ended up finding him :( However, this night was extremely interesting because Peter had on tennis shoes & they wouldn't let him into the bar, so I had to go around back & sneakily get Nick's loafers to give to Peter to enter. Peter had to put his tennis shoes in the sides of his shorts! But, when we tried to get in again, they asked for my ID (FOR THE FIRST TIME I MIGHT ADD) & wouldn't let ...
... group). I browsed around the gift shop and quickly realized that most items were out of my price range. The replica soccer jerseys sold for nearly 80€ and I am not really a soccer fan. I felt somewhat compelled to buy something though so I grabbed some coasters for my bar for 2€. Once we had collected all of the students, we jumped on the metro and went to rejoin the group just outside of La Rambla. We didn't have to report to supper yet so we gave students an hour and ...
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