Sunday, October 6, 2013

Poble Espanyol

At last I am now at the end of my sharing of our vacation in Barcelona.  This is the last, but not the least of course.

Welcome to Poble Espanyol. This is an open-air museum where the tourists be able to see the sights of Spain without even leaving Barcelona, exploring its architecture, contemporary art, gastronomy and crafts, all in a singel visit.

We decided  to visit this place  day before we leave Barcelona because it is only a walking distance  from the hotel where we are staying.

This is the entrance


                                  Come along and enjoy the walk with us. This place is really worth the visit.

I made a collage of the pictures so that I can show more of how the place looks like.

                                            made of stones part

This is a small church and how it looks inside. Beautiful and feels  holy.

out again to breath some  fresh air


                                                                  Their arts

Down to the right gives us an idea where we can use old knives, forks and spoons

Handmade crafts that they are selling. It is not allowed to take pictures inside.



                        Now, time to take some rest and enjoy their cuisines


        Saying goodbye with these lovely creatures. They too are part of Barcelona:) Hope you enjoy the walk with us:)



                                                  Thought for the day
                                       Opportunities are widespread

A wise man will make more opportunities than he finds. - Sir Francis Bacon


29 comments:

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    1. oo nga anak.Sana makapunta ka rin don:)

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  2. Wow. I wish I could visit Spain. :) Someday I will. :)

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    1. Yes Michimichymoo. You can too one day:)

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  3. they sure have a surplus of art

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  4. Lovely place to visit. I wish I could take a tour sometime..but Thanks for all the wonderful photo parang feel ko tuloy naka travel na din ako..:)

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    1. Welcome Melgie:) but you can travel some time:)

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  5. What a beautiful vacation you had , thank's for sharing those wonderful moments :)

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    1. We really had a great time Aunt Mary. I really love to share:)

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  6. Innlegget er så fargerikt og styrker ønsket om å besøke byen!
    Jeg ble veldig fascinert av den lille kirken!
    En av mine beste venninner har bodd i Málaga i 20 år.
    Takk for alt du har delt med oss:)

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    1. Du må gjerne besøke byen. Det er mer å se der.
      Takk for besøket og gleden er på min side:)

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  7. Very nice collection of pictures...

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  8. very creative yung kutsara, tinidor kutsilyo work of art. hahaha. galing!

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  9. Worth-remembering vacation!
    Awesome places! Amazing structures and delicious foods!

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  10. ganda naman dyan mommy joy... makabisita nga din (parang ang daling sabihin noh?)... hehehe!

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  11. ang lakas maka flashback from the past ng lugar mommmy Joy ehehe. at mukang masarap ang food...

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  12. Wonderful collage showing the beauty of Barcelona ! I would really like to visit there! I especially liked your architectural shots and the flowers.

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  13. Wow, picture overload. Loved them Mommy Joy :))

    Ang cute nung dalawang pusa sa dulo hehe!

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  14. Your photos are just beautiful .. how much more so was it in person? Diane

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  15. Thanks Diane;) the place is really wonderful; )

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  16. napaka artistic ng mga tao jan... anjan na ata lahat ang mga magaling na artist sa Europe.. anong taon naipatayo yan ma'am?

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    1. Oo nga ric, but di alam kung anong taon naitayo mga yan:)

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  17. lovely images sis..how i miss barcelona.was there last year and love it there..thanks sa visit in my blog, Travel Snapshots...ingat sis!

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  18. Worth visiting nga ang place na ito and it suits you na mahilig din sa arts and histories. Such an inspiring series of posts about Barcelona tour mo mommy Joy. To you and Your husband, keep the fire burnin' hehe... such a sweet couple ;) God bless!

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    1. Yes Gracie:) We will make it really hot:)

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  19. That is such a beautiful place Ma'm Joy and the food as i look at it is mouth watering, I wish to eat them too... hehe

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