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... 8220;can we just
rest”? So we did.
Horizontally in pajamas and watching our first real movie on the TV in the room,
the phone rang! It was the front desk. They presented us with a
deal to move us to a 'spa-vista-balcony room'. We were too groggy to
figure it all out, got up, dressed, then hobbled up to the front
Tomorrow morning after breakfast, we are packing. We will be 'moving on up ...
... more about the countries that we volunteers come from.
There was also a volunteer guide with us who specialises in Community Recreation so we did not necessarily have to have experience doing any of these activities as we were guided at all times. We just had to have an eagerness to learn.
Today was a great experience and I ...
... fun and really made the experience for us, plus the dinner was delicious! After dinner, we went next door to the gelataria and the boys got some gelato. We then walked back to the apartment, and we again saw the little tents popped up all along the river- well the one right down the stairs had a bunch of foosball tables, so of course we had to stop and play! I was pleased Kurt picked me for his team even though I suck, and whatever team mark is on always wins! ...
... in Barcelona, definetley added it to my "return to" list. Hands down my favourite place I've been so far. I'll be surprised If something beats it. I didn't think it was possible to keep finding better places but every city just has their own way of being amazing for different reasons. Off to Monaco now for a few hours then heading to Nice. Gotta remember to say bonjour and merci instead of hola and gracius. All these language changes can't be good for my ...
Day 9 Ok everyone calm down. I'm not that tired. I slept a whole bunch yesterday on the bus. Keep in mind that we drove across a WHOLE country so there wasn't much to report except for countryside which is pretty, but once you've seen Eze, nothing compares. It's freezing and raining today. Not going to get great pictures. Just left the Sagrada Familia. It's so massive I can't even explain it. It can fit 5,550 people. The architect's name was Gaudi and he was years before his time. You ...