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... with twice already. But then all the lights around the church went out and the skies overhead were lit up in a spectacular display. Fireworks were being set off from the square, the breakwater, the church itself, the church wall (in a beautiful waterfall effect) and finally a sign that spelt out "Santa Tecla 2014". The finale was breathtaking, the explosions so bright, white and loud the promenade and beach were awash in light and sound. For such a small town, they know ...
We reached Barcelona finallyyyyyy. Omgzzzzz. Can't wait to get off the bus already!! The bus terminal looks dam pathetic though. We thought there's like a proper and decent looking resting place but there wasn't. The sky was still dark Cus we reached really early at like 5 or 6am around there. We didn't dare to move out of the bus station Cus we heard that Barcelona isn't exactly a very safe place. We sat(sleep) at the bus terminal till sunrise ...
... not as easy as it may sound as every mishap in the book can happen at any time and usually they happen all at once in great clusters of woe, so I was incredibly giddy and like the energizer Bunny on steroids, nearly bouncing off walls, when I not only had a very smooth, uneventful flight, including a TSA pre status (meaning no need to take shoes off, computers out, etc.), but unlike last year, there was no weighing and penalties for the hand carry bags. Additionally, my landlord, ...
... contribution to international architecture. In 1999, Barcelona became the first and only city, to this date, to receive this honor – instead of an individual architect.
5. Flamenco is not well known in Barcelona. Even though Spain is well known for its flamenco dancing, this popular dance is not traditional or well known in Barcelona or Cataluņa. Catalans prefer the more contemporary rock-n-roll scene.
6. Although ...
... a hands-on cooking class. (We did the one through the Travel Bar: http://www.travelbar.com/) I'm not saying don't go, because we did and we had a great time, and the food was delicious, so long as you're fine with not actually cooking anything. It's really a darling Argentinean guy named Fernando leading you through the market and then demonstrating how to make a paella in front of you, which is very cool, and then sending you home with a link to some ...