Monday, June 27, 2011

Unwanted intermission

That's right. The headine for this post speaks for itself, I'm on an unwanted hiatus right now. I was coming home from my eurtrip, full of inspiration and tons of pictures to go wild on. BUT, my computer decided to have a little (read 'big') meltdown, and for the past week and a half I haven't had access to any pictures, no Spotify and no sitting around on the internet until late. It sucks big time.

I'll keep you posted as soon as possible, in the meantime I want to give you guys this. An AMAZING song, and a great cover.

See you soon.

Monday, June 6, 2011

Day of the tower

The Eiffel Tower was like the central point on our day in Paris. We understimated the distance from Notre Dame to the tower, and took a loooooooong walk to finally get there. Once there, we had an awesome lunch consisting of french baguette, various fruits and water.
We chilled at the tower for an hour or so, headed back to Champs-Elyssés for a few more hours, and then returned to the tower, so we could see it at night as well. Great day.
Lunch under the tower
The Eiffel Tower
just random
Erica's best friend

Sunday, June 5, 2011

Pt 2, Paris

We only stayed in Paris for 1 day. During that one day we managed to squeeze in a lot of things!
Notre Dame
Just an awesome shop
The Bastille monument
The Louvre

One of the most epic things of all during this day though, was the lunch under the Eifell tower and later watching the tower at dusk. I'll post some of those pictures later!

Saturday, June 4, 2011


I just got back from one of the late night bike rides I've been doing the past week. I like that newfound habit.

Klackarna i taket
Grass wtf

Once in a while I think we all need to lie down on a field by ourselves.
Just watch out for cow-poo.

Thursday, June 2, 2011

Arrival of Barcelona FC

Our second day in Barcelona was also the 3rd out of 4 El Classico. The tickets were since long sold out, but it didn't stop us from visiting Camp Nou and watch the supporters go wild as the players arrived.

Barcelona FC supporter
Arrival of player bus
Arrival of player bus

Funny thing too; it hadn't rained all day right until we were closing in on Camp Nou. Just as we had gotten inside some spanish version of Subway the thunderstorm rolled in. Had we arrived only 2 minutes later we would have been soaked!

Casa Batllo

If you ever go to Barcelona, this is one of the places I strongly recomend paying a visit. Built in 18-something by Antoni Gaudí, the same dude who started building the massive unfinnished church and later got run over by a tram car. Inspired by nature, he redesigned this 6-story high appartment house into that can closest be described as being inside a fish or a dragon or something.

Casa Batllo
Casa Batllo
Me and Erica
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