A couple of weeks ago, I was walking to the Barça airport to catch a flight back home.
As I was approaching a stoplight, I saw a line of people waiting to get into the bar.
I looked at the clock on the bar and realized that it was almost 10:00 pm.
I couldn’t help but chuckle and said to myself, “What the hell is going on?
I don’t know what I am going to do.”
This is when the story started.
On January 8, 2017, the Barca airport announced that there would be no bar service.
That night, the number of people trying to get through the security checkpoint exceeded 200,000, according to the airport.
Barcelona’s tourist department reported that the number dropped to under 100,000 people, which included many tourists returning home after spending the night in the city.
When I reached home, I found that the city’s tourism board was not taking any chances with the number.
They cancelled the entire airport-Barça line and asked people to wait in the line at the nearest station.
They also announced that they would not allow visitors to board flights back to Spain without first having their passports stamped.
I was not alone in my disbelief, as thousands of people have had their passports stolen.
It took the help of social media to get the word out, and as the story spread, people took to Twitter and Facebook to report the situation.
In a matter of hours, the hashtag #NoTobaccoBarcelona started trending worldwide.
A few days later, the airport announced a change in policy: It would not be allowed to service the line if the number did not exceed 100,001 people.
On February 4, 2018, the city announced that the bar service would be restored, and everyone could now order food from the bar instead of waiting in line.
But even though that news was announced in February, it was only a temporary measure.
Barça Airport, which was opened in 2008, has since grown from an airport to a city with a metro system, a metro station, a subway, and several other attractions.
For the past year, it has hosted a large international conference, hosted by the World Economic Forum.
The airport also hosts several festivals.
However, it did not receive much coverage in the media.
As of December 2018, Barça was the seventh most visited city in the world.
This makes it a target for criminals and tourists alike.
The most common way to get in trouble with the airport is to not show a passport.
If you are visiting Spain from another country, you will have to bring your passport along with you.
There is no easy way to show your passport when you are traveling.
It is also a good idea to keep a photocopy of your passport in your wallet, which is the only way to prove your identity in Spain.