While strolling around the La Vila Olímpica del Poblenou neighborhood, I came across this cool scaffolding netting: I had never seen a purple one before.
In a small street frozen in time of the Horta neighborhood, you can still see the old washing places and wells of times gone by.
Beach volley is an official Olympic sport since 1996. It is quite popular here in Barcelona, as we can see in this photopainting of the Bogatell beach located near the Rambla del Poblenou.
This week’s post is a photopainting I would like to use as a pattern for a foulard. The design as well as the colors make me think of antique Chinese porcelains.
The Ateneu La Bòbila de Porta is a community center which revitalizes the Porta neighborhood, and offers services and activities to people of all ages.
In Barcelona, beach bars are very popular, like the ones on the Sant Sebastià beach located in the La Barceloneta neighborhood.
In the Vila de Gràcia neighborhood, there are dozens of bars and cafés quite different from one another.
In Barcelona, numerous buildings boast a patio where one can rest or work happily, like here in the El Poblenou neighborhood.
The small village of Garraf, located south of Barcelona, is part of Sitges. It is famous for its tiny houses built directly on the beach which were, back in 1920, mere reed shacks.