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Ibiza to Barcelona..

sunny 30 °C

So on our last night in Ibiza the English boys were havin their stag night and all decided to dress up.. literally... there were indians, priests, men dressed as women lol absolutely HILARIOUS. We went to an English pub and has a great night.. we partied pretty hard seeing as it was our last night, they don´t leave til monday but they sent us off in the true English way, lol a damn good party. So good I actually didn´t get to bed that night and all of a sudden it was 6am and we had a flight to catch to Barcelona at 8am lol needless to say it was the roughest flight of my life. Thank God it was only 45 mins! lol Landed in Barcelona and took a taxi to our hotel. It was a beautiful hotel right in the centre of Las Rambles and very bustling part of Barcelona. We decided to go for a bit at a little sidewalk cafe and then took the metro to see the hostel that I would be staying at the following night (june 13) seeing as my Mom was flying out the next afternoon. Well this probably wasn´t a good idea, I wasn´t feeling well my insulin pump had been acting up and my blood sugar was a little outa wack, still hadn´t slept, it was HOT HOT HOT and the nerves were gettin to me seeing as I was soon to be a lone backpacker without my momma lol. Once we found the hostel it actually was very nice. Made our way back to the hotel, took a much needed nap and then went to go see the interesting sites (and people) of Barcelona. Ate at a great restaurant in the heart of all the action of Las Rambles, could have sat there and people watched for hours. Not cheap though, 2 pizzas and a couple beer ended up costing 50 Euros, or about 65 dollars! Oh well it was good food anyway. Shopped a little, Mom bought a gorgeous bag, there´s some great shopping here for sure. Headed back to the hotel at about midnight and got some rest.

Posted by courtney21 05:23 Archived in Spain

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