FGA Eixample Apartments
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... the utilities it saves them digging up the ground all the time. They paint them pretty colours so it's not so bad. Tonight for dinner we head to the famous Hofbräuhaus where we had a Stein, soup and.... You guessed it Pork Knuckle! Finished off by a deconstructed Apple strudel. Soooooo yummy Day 28 - Berlin, Germany: we started our day with a really interesting walking tour. Our tour guide is from the UK but is studying German history in Berlin so she was really easy ...
... to get great
seats, probably because it was against a smaller team and at 10pm on a week
night (our seats were near one of the goals, but still centre and in the third
row) and got to see Messi and Neymar close up. The atmosphere was great despite
the stadium leaning towards the emptier side, with the passion of the fans
We also heard about the Charlie Hebdo shootings whilst we were in Barcelona.
Despite being a ...
... Yes I wanted to explore Barcelona nightlife but definitely not gonna stand an hour in line, and shell out 40 eur just to get in. Also funny/creepy story, I got propositioned for a 20eur bj by some random lurking w**re's? outside the bar. No thank you, senoritas. Not even if you paid me 5k for it.
... erroneously, when I got the Aviso notifying me that I needed to pay an import tax, that this would be done also in Barcelona.
So today, I brought said Aviso to Oliver, who kindly typed up a declaration for me that I needed to take to the post office, I thought, again erroneously, so I could pay a small import tax and pick up my package. Not to be. The package is in MADRID!!! The process is one in which I would have to bring the declaration with my passport and all ...
... We had no intentions of stealing anything, so we waited a while and soon enough, the police went away and the peddlers came back. I had picked out the ones we wanted so we haggled him down, paid him and left. As we walked around more, we noticed that all these peddlers were working together as a group. There were lookouts and all of their setups were rigged for an easy exit strategy. some of them even had strings tying the four corners of the sheets together, ...