Casa De Billy Barcelona
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... the Church of Maria del Pi. It turns out this means Maria of the pine and is so called because during one of the many wars a soldier climbed a pine tree to see the lay of the land, to find the virgin Mary in the tree. They saw this as a sign they would win the battle and they did, so a church was built in her honour. This church also has between the 3rd and 5th largest rose window in Europe. Next we wandered past the Synagogue, which is one of the oldest ...
Today I had the privilege of doing some volunteer work through connect 123, an organisation that allows people to do international volunteer programs It allows people to experience new cultures all while giving back to an under privileged community and really giving a perspective that not a lot of people visiting Barcelona would get to see.
... coach! Martin drove slowly to the next stop (swearing in Slovenian on the way) and after spending time attaching the smaller replacement mirror we were on the road again. We finally arrived in Barcelona at 7:00pm and after carrying our bags up 2 flights of stairs, we headed to dinner and started our walking tour with Jess where she took as to the gothic centre of Barcelona. We had free time for ...
... to an elaborate interior of lavish pillars and carved wooden ceilings, while the rooftop has a melange of mosaic chimneys. The building is partially open due to restoration work.
o C/Nou de la Rambla 3–5
o Open 10am–2:30pm Tue–Sat
5. La Rambla del Raval-This palm tree-lined, pedestrian walkway is the latest attempt by city planners to spark a similar social environment to that of the city’s famed La Rambla. So far it ...
We also checked out Park Guell. Gaudi planned the construction of the park for Eusebi Guell in 1900. Originally designed as an exclusive residential community, it became city property in 1923 when not enough homes sold. The park is surrounded by an enormous circular bench with tiled backs that are so stunning one could stare at them for hours. The house Gaudi lived in for the last 20 years of his life is in the park. We toured the house and it was ...