Gran Hotel Balneario Blancafort
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... Went and saw La Sagrada Familia (Google this for some groovy photos). This is now a basilica which was designed by Gaudi and he started building in 1882. When he died in 1926 others took over the construction. Work is still being done but it is still unfinished and will probably take another hundred years to realise Gaudi's original vision! It is an amazing building - the outside is very elaborate and not really to ...
... village with funky little streets and lively squares and nice cafés where you can get a glass of amazing local wine for less than the price of a Coke!"
But of course we never could quite get blasé, because it's all quite wonderful, and Avi and I are both blessed with a strong sense of appreciation for the beauties of the world and for the great good fortune of being in a position to experience and enjoy them. And on a more personal note, I can ...
... Cava is a sparkling wine produced in Spain.
Freixenet was started after the union of two Spanish families with a lengthy history in winemaking: the Ferrers, owners of La Freixeneda, a 12th-century farming estate in Sant Quintí de Mediona in the Alt Penedès, and the Salas, winemakers since 1830 and the founders of Casa Sala, a wine exporter to Latin America, in Sant Sadurní d'Anoia.
Towards the end of the 19th century, Dolores Sala Vivé, ...
... As we look,around we resolve to picnic more this year, at least if the weather allows we will. We reach the end of the park and from here it is either the zoo, or the gothic quarter. We decide to let the animals enjoy the day in peace and head toward the labyrinth which is the gothic quarter of the city. A beautiful jumble of streets and alleyways opening into unexpected squares, and at the heart is the cathedral. One of us is very pleased to see that a ...
... detailing how Gaudi designed the park. Its original purpose was to be an elaborate residential estate in the hills of Barcelona. Unfortunately due to prohibitive costs and engineering issues in that time, it never completely materialised. The house also chronicles how Gaudi and other architects and city planners redesigned Barcelona to the city it is known today. Apart from the exhibits and historical anecdotes, the windows give you an elevated perspective of the park.