Hostal Bcn Port
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... shaped fireplace.
The loft space, like Casa Mila, was also designed as a service area, providing space for both laundry and storage for the tennants. The loft is cool, white and airy with the by now familiar catenary arches. The roof terrace affords a close up view of the "dragon-scaled" roof as well as the chimneys and ventilation towers.
Rambling down Las Ramblas and spending a moment at ...
... live in the monastery, and pilgrims come here from all over to see the Virgin. She was really small though, and there was a long line waiting, so we just checked her out from a distance!!
From there we went down into the valley, to Oller del Mal winery, which is situated on the site of a 10th century castle, and has been in the same family's hands for 37 generations. Eva had a great knowledge of wine making, and it was interesting to hear about the history of ...
... and the street cleaners. A little later the shops open up and put out the displays ready to catch the passing trade.
I decide to walk to the metro that connects to the airport rather than connecting trains and it takes about a half hour to get to the stop. along the way I pass the Barcelona cathedral, the first church of Barcelona, Placa Catalunya and the strip of high end fashion stores. I'll bring Anne here ...
... a projector screening blurred images on a wall. We were welcomed at our table by an attractive Brazilian girl who had lived in Barcelona for the past five years.
The menu was fantastic, starting with an amuse bouchée of watermelon gazpacho which was delicious and ice cold, which cooled them down after their frantic day.
Considering what happened in the shower this morning Battery Boy decided to shared an entree of Montseny green salad, ...