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Barcelona, Cruise 7, 2015
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No one is more famous in Barcelona than Gaudi

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Christopher Columbus Monument

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Joan at the Christopher Columbus Monument

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Plaça Cataluña
Some of the city's most important streets meet at Plaça Cataluña: La Rambla, Portal de l'Àngel and Passeig de Gràcia

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Plaça Cataluña is especially known for its fountains, flowers and statues

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Plaça Cataluña statue

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La Rambla - A tree-lined pedestrian mall connecting Plaça de Cataluña with the Christopher Columbus Monument at the city's waterfront

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La Rambla's architecture

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La Rambla's architecture

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La Rambla's sidewalk cafes

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La Rambla's sidewalk cafes

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The traffic on both sides of La Rambla pedestrian mall. Parking for motorcycles only

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The Market at La Rambla

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The Market at La Rambla

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The Market at La Rambla

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Happy Pills! Really?

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Tonorio's wine cellar

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Base of the Columbus Monument

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Barcelona's old Customs building

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Barcelona's old Customs building

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Along the Moll d'Espanya waterfront park and marina

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Moll d'Espanya waterfront park and marina

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Moll d'Espanya waterfront park and marina

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Moll d'Espanya waterfront park and marina

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Port Vell footbridge with the cable car to Montjuïc crossing the skyline

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The Barcelona Cable Car runs between Barcelona and the top of Montjuïc mountain

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The cable car central tower - the Torre de Jaume I

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Montjuïc is the hill overlooking the Barcelona harbor

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Montjuïc translates to Mountain of the Jews

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Port Vell marina

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Port Vell marina

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Port Vell marina

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Port Vell marina

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Port Vell marina

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Joan wants one of these!
 
Barcelona, Cruise 5, 2013

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La Rambla - A tree-lined pedestrian mall connecting Plaça de Cataluña with the Christopher Columbus Monument at the city's waterfront.

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La Rambla is crowded with tourists, pavement cafes and souvenir kiosks

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Shopping on La Rambla

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Yes. We bought this painting

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"Mickey D" and The Colonel on La Rambla

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Burger King on La Rambla

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The famous "living statues" of La Rambla.

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A "living statue"

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Here's a guy with no head!

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A real statue - Frederic Soler (1839-1895, poet)

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Merry Christmas

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Avinguda Portal de l'Àngel
Part of the large shopping area and one of the city's most visited streets

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Portal de l'Àngel is one of Barcelona's most expensive areas and Spain's second most expensive street. It is always crowded with tourists at any time of the year

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La Sagrada Familia
This 'Nativity' fašade faces East. This cathedral is one of Antoni Gaudì's most famous works

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La Sagrada Familia
The "Passion fašade" faces West

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The Nativity Fašade was the first to be completed and is the most characteristic of Gaudì's naturalistic style

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The Nativity Fašade is dedicated to the birth of Jesus

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The sculptures are ornately arranged and decorated with scenes and images from nature

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The Passion fašade
Construction was begun in 1954. The towers were finished in 1976

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The Passion fašade is especially striking for its spare, gaunt, tormented characters, including Christ being scourged at the pillar and on the Cross

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The Glory Fašade
This will be the largest and most striking of the fašades. Construction began in 2002

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La Sagrada Familia has 3,000,000 visitors a year.
One projection anticipates construction to be completed around 2026, the centennial of Gaudì's death

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Casa Batllˇ
Another one of Antoni Gaudìĺs masterpieces. It is located on Passeig de Gràcia near our hotel

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Much of the fašade is decorated with a mosaic made of broken ceramic tiles (trencadìs) that starts in shades of golden orange moving into greenish blues

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The colorful roof is arched and was likened to the back of a dragon or dinosaur

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Barri G˛tic
The Barcelona Cathedral, known as La Seu, is certainly one of the finest Gothic buildings in Barcelona

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The forecourt of the cathedral, Pla de la Seu, is crowded with kiosks and shoppers. It is often used for parties and events

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Barri G˛tic (Gothic district) is so called because it used to be the Roman village and thus has some remnants of its glorious past

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The Gothic district is the first choice for many visitors to Barcelona. It is the cultural hub of the city and the shopping is amazing

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Inspiring archetecture

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The 197 ft tall monument to Christopher Columbus stands at the lower end of La Rambla

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Port Vell
The outdated old Customs building

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The Port Vell pedestrian walkway at the end of La Rambla

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The waterfront is less hectic than La Rambla with wide sidewalks, palm trees, benches and modern art

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Along the waterfront

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Port Vell Marina

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The Peix (fish)
This unique sculpture was built in 1992 at Barcelona's waterfront. The large steel structure is indicative of the themes of many other Frank O. Gehry works

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Torre Agbar
Headquarters for Aguas de Barcelona (Agbar), the municipal water company.
The structure has a layer of polished aluminum in blues, greens, and grays and 59,619 sheets of clear glass. At night, the tower is illuminated with 4,500 yellow, blue, pink, and red lights.

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Plaça Cataluña
Some of the city's most important streets meet at Plaça Cataluña: La Rambla, Portal de l'Àngel and Passeig de Gràcia if your shopping tastes are slightly more designer orientated

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Plaça Cataluña is especially known for its fountains and statues and its proximity to some of Barcelona's most popular attractions.

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Plaça Cataluña

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Monument Francesc Macià in Plaça Cataluña commemorates the man who declared Cataluña a free independent republic in 1931

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Plaça de Cataluña statue

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Plaça de Cataluña statue

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Plaça de Cataluña at night

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One of Europes largest department stores decorated for Christmas

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A fountain on Passeig de Gràcia

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Pedestrians along Passeig de Gràcia

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Tenorio. The best restaurant in Barcelona
37 Passeig de Gràcia.
Tenorio is just a city block north of our hotel

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At Tenorio don't miss the "tomato bread" and the "tortilinis in cream sauce"

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We'll go back to Barcelona just for this restaurant

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Many restaurants have these outside kiosks

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Interesting sculpture

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Shopping near Plaça Cataluña

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Santa at a store near Plaça Cataluña

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Hat shop in Barri G˛tic

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Dress shop near Passeig de Gràcia

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Public transportation

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Motorcycles are the most popular transportation

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More motorcycles
 
Hotel Eurostars BCN Design

Eurostars Hotel
Hotel Eurostars BCN Design
Passeig de GrÓcia
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It's not the photo
The wall is intentionally out of focus

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A balcony overlooking Passeig de GrÓcia

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Breakfast buffet

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The cuckoo clocks have different time zones

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