Bonavista Apartments Barcelona

Address: Bonavista, 4, Barcelona, Catalonia, 08012, Spain and Canary Islands | Condo
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This condo, located in the La Vila de Gràcia area of Barcelona, is near L'Eixample District, Casa Comalat, Placa de Rius i Taulet, and Casablanca Cinema.
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      A travel blog entry by radiobirdman on Sep 27, 2014

      3 comments, 5 photos

      ... the history of Barcelona. The city is well set up for cyclists and so it was an easy ride. Interestingly the people of Barcelona do not see themselves as Spanish but rather Catalonian. They have their own language and like Scotland, are trying to become an independant state separate from the rest of Spain. The first main thing we did was to see Barcelona play at Camp Nou. This was the highlight for Liam who ...

      The Great and Historic City of Barcelona

      A travel blog entry by pverco on Aug 03, 2014

      14 photos

      ... Familia Basilica. It is so big that it is very difficult to get it into a photograph. Once complete it will be much bigger than it currently is. This has been being built since 1882 and is not expected to be completed until 2028, some 146 years later. In this day and age, this is difficult to comprehend. Gaudi himself died in the 1920's at 76 years old. He was the architect of this massive catherdral (that was consecrated by the Pope in 2010, thus ...


      A travel blog entry by dligonsf on Jul 02, 2014

      47 photos

      ... of instruction by teachers of Spanish literature or language, and foreign languages by teachers of those languages. An experimental partial immersion programme adopted by some schools allows for the teaching of a foreign language (English, generally) across the curriculum, though this is limited to a maximum of 30% of the school day. No public school or escola concertada in Barcelona may offer 50% or full immersion programmes in a foreign language, nor does any public school ...

      On Catalonian Independence

      A travel blog entry by santillana95 on Jun 05, 2014

      1 photo

      ... their tenacious grip on their language and culture. I understand wanting to hold onto the vestiges of your culture, it’s something I attempt to do, however feebly, with Peru (I tried learning Quechua for awhile but gave up for the moment). As much as I can sympathize, research, and listen, I will never truly understand the struggle of the Catalan people but nevertheless, the people here have found their way into my heart and I know I will be back to this city one day. ...


      A travel blog entry by lauraandmikey on May 23, 2014

      2 comments, 61 photos

      ... was illegal for people to be buried within the city limits, so these tombs lined what was once the old roads out of the city), and numerous plazas of all shapes and sizes such as the grand arcaded Placa Reial, and others housing fountains, churches, the town hall, and umpteen shops, restaurants and cafes with tables and chairs sprawling out onto the pavement. We stumbled across a free Andy Warhol exhibition with his tins of Campbell’s soup amongst other bizarre (and quite ...