Our Vacation in Europe
November 06-13, 2019


 
[1-Barcelona] [2-Madrid] [3-Fatima] [4-Lisbon] [5-Valencia] [6-Barcelona]


Torre Agbar, The Agbar Tower also called Glories Tower. The tower was designed by architect Jean Nouvel and built in 2004 and is 474 ft (144 m) high. The bullet shape represents a water geyser spouting up from the earth.


We parked our rented car in an underground garage in about 4 hours for 5.00 Euros.


"Mirador de Colom"
Columbus Monument was built for the Barcelona Universal Exposition in 1888
featured a bronze statue of Columbus atop the 197 ft. tall column.
(Columbus' hand pointing to the sea, opposite to America. He found America at the end of his voyage around the globe)


"Miraestels"
Artist make use of an old buoy by placing a statue of "a man watching the stars" on top of it.


Port Vell, old port of Barcelona, is a waterfront harbor built as part of an urban renewal project
prior to 1992 Barcelona Olympics.


On the wooden rotating bridge to Maremagnum Shopping & Dining Centre.
Part of the bridge can be rotated 90 degrees horizontally to allow passing boats.


The senior Ngos.


To my left is the "W" Barcelona Hotel, or Vela Hotel (Vela means sail)


The junior Ngos


Pandora pendants for the ladies.


Friday 11-15-2019 we went back to Barcelona to have a seafood dinner in the La Boqueria.


Dinner in La Boqueria


With Ricardo, a waiter


A demostration... supporting Chile


"Chile.. Desperto" (Chile.. wakes up!)

Life is Good!


Late meal at the hotel






Pâté de foie gras du canard - Paté gan ngổng - Duck liver paste. Excellent!


Very good wine too.