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... times I got lost trying to find my way back to my hotel but each time I discovered new interesting little streets and gorgeous shops. As it happened the day I arrived was the Corpus Christie festival. The town was full of Spaniards enjoying a long weekend. So not as quiet as I had hoped for. A long held custom for this festival that I saw was the decorating of the streets with carpets of flowers in awesome designs. Groups ...
... going out, but I figured it's my last chance to have a night out in Europe with my new Barcelona friends. We arrived outside the club and there were these two people on stilts dressed like zombies trying to scare people. I just stood there and didn't want to look intimidated....well that resulted in the person stroking my face with their long creepy nails. It was all very creepy. We go inside and the DJ was not ...
... athletic gear and I felt a little like Julia Roberts in Pretty Woman when she went shopping on Rodeo Drive. It was fun to look (and dream) though. We opted for McDonald's for packing night. After packing and rearranging and replacing and rearranging again, we were pretty sure we had the weight of the suitcases evenly distributed. Even had a few "throw away" items we could remove quickly and discard if any of the bags were overweight. Turns out ...
... only gripe was lack of honest-to-goodness hamburger buns, but the bread was tasty nonetheless). We split an order of fries (yum!) and a couple of beers. Now we were ready for the Beach! We unloaded at Alberto Beach, waddled through all the beach-goers and settled in what seemed the last empty spot (the tide was receding, so more spots opened up soon after!). The waves in this beach were far more exciting than the ones we had grown accustomed in ...
... Guell - it is a large park built on top of a steep hill, with an expansive view of the city below. It was full of people in good spirits, gently walking the curved, dusty paths, and admiring Gaudi's fertile imagination in the fantastical grottoes, walkways, terraces, artworks, etc. I am so sorry I can't show you the pictures I took. You will just have to come here and see for yourself. The atmosphere of the place is such that I sat for half an hour at the highest point on ...