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Vacaciones por Joshua :

Vacaciones por Joshua

JoshuaBundy

Updated: Feb 28, 2011 8:10am PST

Montserrat:  Monestary & Basilica : Because of the general strike in Spain, our flight was delayed for  four days which gave us time to explore more around Barcelona.  Located about an hour from Barcelona by train is Spain's holiest place, the Monestary of Montserrat which means "serrated mountain".  The monestary sits about 4000 feet above sea level on a mountain.  Montserrat is first mentioned in the 9th century history of Spain.  It was enlarged in the 11th century, attacked by the French and destroyed in 1811, rebuilt and repopulated by 1844 and since has become a becon of Catalan culture.  The Monestary can be reached by ariel cable car, rail tram or car.  We took a train from Barcelona, traveled west about an hour and arrived at the "Aeri" and took the cable car up to the Monestary.

Montserrat: Monestary & Basilica

Wayne Wendel

Because of the general strike in Spain, our flight was delayed for fo ...

Updated: Jan 24, 2011 12:02pm PST

3 days in Irun, Spain : We spent a few days in Irun, Spain. I have never been so impressed with clouds as on this trip. Unforgettable.

3 days in Irun, Spain

BruceBundy

We spent a few days in Irun, Spain. I have never been so impressed wit ...

Updated: Dec 18, 2010 11:03am PST

Spain : Photos from an awesome trip we made to Spain in 2009. This was an amazing trip that took us to Barcelona, Monserrat, Tarragona, Roda de Bara, Mont Blanc and Publet in the Andalucia, Then we traveled south to Grenada to view the Alhambra, Rhonda to see the white cliff houses, Tariffa and Cadiz to see the mighty ocean. We finished the trip with stops in Cordoba to see the Mezquita and finally to our favorite stop Toledo. We have many fond memories of the places and people that call us back to this amazing country.

Spain

David Roberts

Photos from an awesome trip we made to Spain in 2009. This was an amaz ...

Updated: Oct 20, 2010 7:08pm PST

Barcelona's La Pedrera Casa Mila (Gaudi Museum) La Pedrera (Catalan for 'The Quarry'), : The Barcelona architect, Antoni Gaudi, 1852-1926, understood architecture as a complete art form, for which reason his creativity extended to each and every one of the elements that compose his work; from chimneys to door knobs.  The Eixample district of Barcelona became the main hub of Barcelona's expansion and Gaudi designed many of its buildings.  He built apartment houses and this La Pedrera is one of them. It is innovative in design, both in function, construction, and artistic aspects.  It was a genuine break from the architecture of the day.

Barcelona's La Pedrera Casa Mila (Gau...

Wayne Wendel

The Barcelona architect, Antoni Gaudi, 1852-1926, understood architect ...

Updated: Oct 08, 2010 7:27am PST

La Coruna : Photographs of La Coruna taken in April and August 2010 during calls by the Fred Olsen Lines cruise ship BLACK WATCH

La Coruna

John Luxton

Photographs of La Coruna taken in April and August 2010 during calls b ...

Updated: Aug 18, 2010 6:02am PST

Gibraltar : Gibraltar photographed on August 03, 2010

Gibraltar

John Luxton

Gibraltar photographed on August 03, 2010

Updated: Aug 18, 2010 4:56am PST

Chinchon :

Chinchon

jamesmdo

Updated: May 22, 2010 12:28pm PST

Espana :

Espana

thebriankdotnet

Updated: May 11, 2010 12:02am PST

Sierra Navacerrada Madrid , Spain :

Sierra Navacerrada Madrid , Spain

jamesmdo

Updated: Apr 03, 2010 11:59am PST