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... at the airport to squeezing past people in the small aisles of the airplane was a new and sometimes intense experience.
We boarded the plane safely, and we spent the next eight hours on the plane trying to fall asleep, though we probably only slept for about two hours of the eight. We arrived to Barcelona around 8 AM local time (2 AM Eastern time). That threw our bodies into a bit of a shock!
We were about to ...
... he didn't have to hear all the noise of a big city and people banging away at rocks.Not quite what she said, but you get the picture.
Feeling inspired,we also went onto Reus, where Gaudi is from and which has an 'award winning' mutimedia museum all about the man. When you get there you notice this award is from the Greek tourist board, strange as have not come across a single greek person in Spain (yet)..... ...
... more of Spain, Jacqui and I will go exploring Barcelona tomorrow, where I will see how the train system works and some other nice places. I'm keen for more exploring, although it is nice just relaxing and exploring the town of Granollers first, as it is beautiful, and probably the same size as Canberra!
Uni, ah, I'm still nervous on my results. But who even cares about that when I'm in Spain. Maybe I should attend university over ...
... so I got on the second one. I stood next to a man who looked around 20, he was wearing a cap and had a backpack on, he was cute, good looking. Behind me were some English people commenting on the good service of the flight, and were discussing about which terminal we'd end up at. I asked the cute guy which terminal we'd end up at, he said 3, I was thinking, **** that is no help, it's either A, B, or C. I didn't really care though, I just wanted to talk to ...
... food is at the moment! So I don't get it as being a tourist attraction! Having said that, I did get a big cup of fresh fruit. Yum! After walking past a heap more shops that all sold the same things, a big statue of Christopher Columbus signalled that we got to the end of La Rambla, where it opened right up to the waterfront. I don't think Spaniards like the water. We crossed over to the giant waterfront complex, which has restaurants, a shopping ...