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Sagrada Familia

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What can you do when there are only 4 hours left to say goodbye to Barcelona? The secret is simple: Continue exploring, no matter how exhausted you are , even after walking over 20 km every day and partying hard until 6 am in the last night. Sagrada Familia was the single tourist attraction, which was untouched so, we took the metro because it was quite far away and we had a limited time.  I wanted to leave Barcelona

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Park Guell

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It was 4 o’clock and the guys called to tell us to be home in maximum 2 hours, because the landlord will come to check the flat and to get paid.  We were still trying to puzzle out the mystery of finding Park Guell. At least, English wasn’t a barrier and the citizens were trying their best to explain how to get there. Unfortunately, some of them were very discouraging by telling us that Park Guell is in the other side of Barcelona and Read more

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Heading to Park Guell

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I am writing from Romania about the next episode in Spain, but I will jump straight to the forth day, because it was my good hair day and obviously more adventurous than the previous one. You know that feeling when your hair is perfectly fluffy and you’re wearing a glowing outfit. Therefore, my friend and I were ready to wrap Barcelona up. Two of the must destinations were Primark and Park Guell, which are totally unlike, but both requiring energy and ecstasy.

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Segundo dia

So let me tell you about the second day or better said, segundo dia, amigos!

1st stopMercat de la Boqueria (Rambla, 91, 08002 Barcelona, Spain). We were starving, so we went to search a place for having a Spanish breakfast in La Boqueria, which was very close to us.  There were 15 degrees, so we behaved like Danish people staying on the terrace. The waiter handled really well the challenge of speaking English, so he advised us what to eat. My choice, which was mainly his choice was not the best one, because I had butifarra, which is a sausage made of raw pork and spices. Guys were crazy about seafood and my friend had a vegetarian Catalan tortilla/ omelette. Obviously, we couldn’t refuse the large variety of smoothies of only 1,50 euros.

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Primero día

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After 2 hours and a half on the plane, we bought a bus return ticket (€15.00  for a single and  €25.00  for a return) to Estació del Nord, which takes one hour and a half. No one was waiting us nowhere, so we had to figure out how to get to our accomodation and find a supermarket to buy Sangria and some snacks in the middle of the night. The apartment was situated within 30 minutes walking on Carrer de Cassanova, near Plaza Universidad, but it was the first time for us so we met few challenges: tiredness, hunger and ‘naughty’ key entrance. I still can’t believe how patient  were the boys in trying the key on and on for more than one hour. That wasn’t the biggest challenge of the night because the block was numbered in a Spanish way, so the devil was in the detail in finding the right floor.  When we opened the door, we were deliriously happy about the friendly apartment, because the vintage furniture matched perfect the other modern furniture pieces. Of course that we had taken a shower before everyone felt like home, played UNO, established the plan for tomorrow and drunk some wine. That took some time, so at 4 o’clock Read more