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My final entry of this TravelPod of Rob & Brooke's European adventure 2013.
Barcelona was the final stop of our Tour d'Europe.
It is the 3rd largest city in Spain, but it seemed to be the busiest touristic spot we'd been to yet.
The great thing about Barcelona, is it has such a great infrastructure to accommodate large amounts …
... European grounds, holds 100,000 people, is home to Messi, Neymar Jnr plus a host of top football names. It was huge and the site also has three full size training grounds, basketball complex, a ice skating rink, the biggest memorabilia shop you have ever seen and a cemetery - yes a cemetery!! The boys loved the whole experience and loved especially being in the press office. They got to hold the European Champions League Cup and also viewed all of Messi's personal trophies ...
... West Godavari district. Though green phase is reserved for new students during their orientation period only. Johnnie finally uses one hand to embrace his girlfriend while using his other to blindly salute the men as they walk by. Attempts to get the police to investigate the cause of death were unsuccessful. The climate is continental. It has two churches within the community Canaan Baptist Church, and Mount Sinai Baptist, and also has a small US Post Office. The 2005 series ...
... t dare go to the club until 1:30am because even if it were open, it would have been dead. The place was PACKED. It was essentially an auditorium with overpriced drinks and loud music. It made me nostalgic for my days in New York City (when I was younger and didn't mind loud music and overpriced drinks). At 5:30am I decided I wanted to leave with my beau and another friend. I told the group we wanted to leave and one of the Spanish girls said, "Leave!? Now? It's so ...
... with vegetables on it.
-we wandered around and found ourselves at a fantastic gothic cathederal (i wasn't sure its name...i know i suck...sorry)
-near the church was a market called "Mercat St. Caterina" (that was pretty sweet
-we took a nap because we were tired, then we went out for dinner
-I had Paella ...