This post is part of a series about Kyndall’s travels with study abroad program Semester at Sea.
Spain, done! Barcelona is such a beautiful city!! There is so much history and amazing architecture. Even the apartment buildings are works of art. In the past four days I have seen so many things I don’t even know how to describe all that happened. I saw hippies dancing and painting a public courtyard, I saw men walking on stilts, I saw dancers and musicians performing while suspended 100 feet in the sky. I saw La Sagrada Familia, one of the most famous cathedrals in Spain, as well as Parc Guell, a now national park designed by Gaudi. I was in shock and awe the entire time, my jaw was dragging on the floor in amazement. I walked through the city for hours upon hours, for four days and I still didn’t see everything there was to see in the city, one different turn can take you to a whole different world. Barcelona has been one of the best experiences of my life, and that was just the beginning. It’s hard to believe that that was just my first port, and I have seven more to go! The MV Explorer is currently in route for Civitevecchia, Italy. From there I head straight for Rome where on the first day I will have the great opportunity to see St. Peter’s Basilica as well as the Vatican City! Followed by a sure to be mind blowing concert at the Hypodrome, Deadmau5!!!! After that I will be back packing through as much of Rome as I can in six days! Wish me luck! K byee!!!