Salsas and Co
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- Non-smoking hotel
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Family rooms
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... medieval courtyard is dazzlingly offset by a massive, angled glass wall, which has been cunningly designed to reflect the city’s skyline. Nearby, Foment de les Arts Decoratives is an umbrella organization of art and design groups, founded in 1903 and housed in the restored, Gothic-style, 16th-century Convent dels Ŕngels. Here you’ll find exhibits, lectures and debates, and a smashing café-restaurant, Fad Food (open Mon–Fri).
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... project by the diocesan architect Francisco de Paula del Villar (1828-1901). At the end of 1883 Gaudí was commissioned to carry on the works, a task which he did not abandon until his death in 1926. Since then different architects have continued the work after his original idea.
Gaudi had thought of everything in the design of this architectural masterpiece down to providing entertainment for the priests on night shift. Gaudi ...
... br> One of the stories that really gripped my interest cortex, was the story of Eulalia of Barcelona.
It's the story about a 13-year-old girl, who refused to give up Christianity. For this, she was punished with thirteen different tortures. One of which was where she was placed in a barrel filled with knives and broken glass, and was rolled down a street - remarkably, she survived. She was then crucified, completely naked (to be shamed)... Clearly God wasn't ...
In Barcelona, everybody seems to be going out to dinner, going out for a drink, going shopping or simply looking good. It's sort of like one big party. No one much seems to be working, but the rationalist in me says there must be someone somewhere doing ….something.
The city is physically beautiful with the homogeneity of architecture that is truly impressive. Notwithstanding the economic difficulties post the GFC it ...
... The show was awesome and the food was just the same. Today we had the sightseeing tour of Barcelona and a trip out to Monserrat. The drive up the mountain was not for the faint hearted, very steep. The views and scale of this monastery is off the scale. We had a walk from our hotel down past the University precinct for dinner. The food was good and we needed the walk. The travel donut needed some ...