AinB Eixample Entenza
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... or pointed arches typically used in architecture. So visually, it sticks out. It also has a practical benefit in that, while mathematically more complicated, it is the most efficient shape in terms of strength and load-bearing capability.
The catenary arch is less noticeable at Casa Batllo, but Batllo is notable for other unique Gaudi touches. It is a several story apartment building. Like many such buildings, there is a central ...
... home via the fountains where a number of the folk got off to go to see the fountains and then walk back to the hotel. We decided not to go because both tired. Also my foot was pretty swollen and sore. So we left them and headed home in the bus with Michele. Unfortunately the road we were supposed to take was blocked off and trying to go round the block lead us into really narrow streets. Managed to bump a couple of cars in the attempt to get through. Crazy. No one ...
... as various marina sights. We cannot help but notice the many sail boats, yachts and cruise ships. Imagine, at one point we were planning to embark from Barcelona on a cruise ship.
Back on the Red tour, we pass through heart of Barcelona towards Placa de Catalunya, the social and entertainment centre of Barcelona. We decide to come back tomorrow for a thorough exploration of the Old City made up of a number of areas ...
... people with very modest means, even those with spouses, children, grandchildren, etc. to figure out a way to: 1. Telecommute part of the week, month, year and 2. To do so incorporating also the needs of family. Even 10 years ago, my brother Peter and his wife, Cindi, figured out a way to live and work in Peru with their two sons, Kyle and Ben—both earning Knight Ritter Fellowships for part of the time and doing some creative financing for the rest. So I don’t buy into ...
... also had many ceramics.
We walked to the Chocolate Museum which turned out to be a waste of time and money. Walking in this area gives you a feel of how the people live. It was mostly residential.
We walked to the Barcelona Cathedral, also know as The Cathedral, Le Cathedral, and Cathedral de la Sur (which is the street it is on.) We approached from the back side so we had to walk a bit to get to the entrance. First, we walked through the ...