Villarroel Barcelona Apartment
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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Meal plan
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... rides, and vendors.
Last night was the ending of La Mercé which was capped off with an hour long fireworks show at Plaza España. It's arguably the largest of the events of La Mercé and was attended by thousands of people. My pictures don't even do justice to the amount of people and the show of fireworks. Definitely a really great experience.
Today, we are heading to Parc Guell. I'm sure I'll have a lot of pictures from there so stay tuned!
... dramatic), which emphasized the Roman take over. The grand pipe organ was in the center, surrounded by dark wood carvings and seats. The mezquita exemplified the combined Moorish and Roman cultures. To me, a lot of what creates Andalusia's bohemian-esque aesthetic is this combination of cultures. The east meets west, in a way... Our last night in Cordona, we ate at Bodega Campos before making our way to the Flamenco show across from the mezquita. Timea did her research and found ...
... Complex which is home to the superb Romanesque Basilica in the mountains 1 hours' drive from Barcelona, this is also the home of the Black Madonna. Geoff asked if I could have a seat in the front of the bus because I get motion sickness, but they said they don’t reserve seats. So Geoff being Geoff made sure that we were first in the line, lucky for us we ended up in the front of the bus behind the driver. Geoff has ...
... br> The Last Supper
We celebrated our final night in Barcelona with pre dinner drinks at 100 Montaditos and dinner at Casa Alfonso.
For me a glass of beer to slake the thirst and then a glass of sherry and olives to whet the appetite for dinner at Casa Alfonso which is just around the corner.
Most of the customers in Alfonso's were Spanish and those who sat near to us appeared to be local or ...
... It was interesting to see Picasso as a subject rather than the artist. It was also interesting to learn that he had two wives in this life the last much younger than he.
I have always like Picasso from a very early age when I preferred to sleep in sheet that Mom had with this famous Doves and ones with bouquets of colorful flowers on them. I love his simple sketch/doodle like quality. The capturing of life of a thing though simple ...