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Walking in Barceloneta

Catarina and I arranged to meet and travel together today. When I woke up and got ready to meet her at Plaza Real, I can't find my new camera! I looked inside my day bag and my small luggage and it's not there! I got so depressed as I had few days of pictures in it. I...

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Gaudi of Barcelona

I had no list of places got to visit coming to Barcelona. I was going to rely on my host on that and I did. That's another cool thing about CS. Jaume have to work, today being Friday, but he took my map and marked the places I can go visit. Having 2 more days, he...

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Hola Barcelona

Although I'm really sad and heartbroken leaving Netherlands, I'm also looking forward to my next adventure. I've 2 things that I'm excited about: First, I know that the weather is going to be a lot warmer in Spain. I've been feeling like an unadjusted polar bear since...

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Amsterdam by Night

The truth is while researching my Euro trip, I didn't bother with Netherlands knowing I will have a full time host while visiting Amsterdam. When it was suggested to me that we will have a little tour to the redlight district, I didn't think any of it. Afterall I've...

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Au Revoir, Paris

Today is my last day in Paris and as planned I'm visiting the Louvre. It's a HUGE museum so I decided to start early. I've passed by it the week before so I've pretty much already admired the pyramid and the Jardin des Tuileries. I have a strategy. First, I...

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Museum Marathon in Paris

I'm back in Paris with 1 goal: Conquer as much museums as I can. Why? Because I already bought a Paris Museum Pass before my Paris trip was cut short. I got the 4-day pass because my original schedule (before I got sick) was to be in Paris until 17th of May before...

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Holland Tulips

It's the biggest flower garden in the world. I was super excited and so looking forward to see fields and fields of colorful tulips! It says in the guide book that between April~May is the perfect time to see the garden in full bloom. When we get to the park (it’s...

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I AMsterdam

I have to admit that I didn't really have concrete impressions of Netherlands before coming. As a kid in school, I related Holland with the wooden clogs, milk maids, holland tulips, and windmills. I learned of their legal prostitution, weeds, and coffee shops. Also...

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