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Travel Blogs from Barcelona
... began asking me what to do differently, so I told her that she didn't need any of them and they were all going to be jerks anyway. Still, she broke off from me and continued to pursue them all.
One guy from the group who I didn't know too well drunkenly got in my face about something, then two guys started to argue on the side, and another one was yelling at the first girl. Noise.
At this point, I started to get annoyed that I had to deal with ...
... the front of this small tighly picked
bar and tried everything. Some of the ones we tried included; a mint shot that
we light on fire and captured under a glass due to chemical reaction… hard to
explain but it was awesome, a ‘boy scout’ in which we light the bar on fight
and we roasted mini marshmallows before doing a shot and eating the
marshmellow, a flaming nipple which had an orage and whip cream and was on
fire, and a finding nemo… I know ...
... and whimsical. We also saw the house he built for himself and where he lived for 20 years. It was warm and humid and seemed like half of Barcelona were there so we left by 2.00. On the way home we stopped at the Casa Viva one of Gaudi's other famous buildings, didn't go in as the queue was long and the price high so admired it from the ...
... and had a great evening catching up about old times, etc. He caught the last bus back to his house at 12:45 AM. Dilyara and I then proceeded to take the 45 minute walk to Sagrada Familia (the big church in Barcelona). Unfortunately, it was not lit up at night, so we were only able to stare in awe at the dark silhouette before us. After looking at it a little bit, we walked back to the hostel and grabbed some sleep before our train to ...
After leaving Lyon in pouring rain, I arrived in Barcelona around 5pm to a gorgeous day, probably still about 24deg. Bliss. Extremely excited, I headed straight to the hostel where MEL was waiting! Ah! She was with Kieran, who I’d heard plenty about, and lived up to the expectation of
being super easy to hang out with, and lots of fun. Win. We headed straight out for a wander (after buying a carton of 1.50 euro sangria, classy!), ending up in ...