Eurostars Hotel Barbera Parc
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... Barcelona Cathedral, a gothic design that was begun in 1298 but was not finished until the early 20th century when the central spire was completed. A couple of unusual things about this cathedral is that the cloisters are contained within the church building and there are geese living in the cloisters. Near the cathedral we visited a 15th century house. We also visited the Basilica de Santa Maria del Mar which unlike other churches, took just 55 ...
... It is very bizarre looking like something you'd design on heroine. • Casa Batlló is a renowned building located in the center of Barcelona and is one of Antoni Gaudí’s masterpieces. A remodel of a previously built house, it was redesigned in 1904 by Gaudí and has been refurbished several times after that. Gaudí's assistants Domènec Sugrañes i Gras, Josep Canaleta and Joan Rubió also contributed to the renovation project. ...
... after a couple of hours of exhausting touring and singlet buying, we decided to head back for a well earned dip and relax! We walked back a different way that was a little more direct. Daniel chose to wear thongs into town today, a wise choice that led to them rubbing on his foot, forming a blister, popping that blister, and then rubbing some more, causing him some tremendous pain (whinger). Clearly this isn't the wise part of this choice. As a result ...
interesting piece of modern art.
I didn’t realize the museum was free at that time, bonus!,
and what treasures I discovered there, including a live jazz band with swing
dancing, and a temporary exhibition of Josep Tapiro, a Catalan who painted
luminous watercolor portraits in the 19th century of locals in Tangier,
where he lived for many years. I am going to Tangier in a few weeks, so I will
look for his studio. And of ...
... ladies who pick out leaves, bad cherries and separates the joint cherries. Next the cherries fall into single lines and go through a machine which checks each cherry for size, colour and any defects. This machine then decides which line the cherry goes down. For example, if line 1 is for Sainsbury's size 24mm and set to a certain colour, it will only send those cherries to that line. I was so impressed with this machine, it can literally ...