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The capital of the Region of Catalonia, Barcelona offers a unique mix of medieval charm and avant-garde grandeur. AV Travel's local expert will lead you to explore the Royal Basilica where the famous 12th century statue of the black virgin is housed.
Barcelona la bieu tuong cua Tay Ban Nha, quoc gia dung hang thu hai tren the gioi voi 70 trieu du khach hang nam, tuc la chi dung sau nuoc Phap. Barcelona co nhieu thang canh, bao tang vien, vuong cung thanh duong co kinh va ben canh do la bo bien trai dai cat trang, nang am quanh nam.
Photos: Photos: 1. The Palau Nacional at Barcelona, 2006, Johannes Kern; 2. Plaça del Reial, Josep Renalias; 3. Iglesia Sagrada Familia, Barcelona, 2001, Germananramos. 4. Casa Mila – La Pedrera, 2007, Diliff. 5. Camp Nou, 2005, Adria Garcia. 6. Others: AV Travel photos.
Barcelona is a band from Seattle, Washington. Their sound ranges from upbeat melodic rock to powerful ballads. After two years of intensive touring and re-releasing their independent album "Absolutes" with Universal Motown last April, Barcelona is working on new music and plotting their touring schedule for 2010. It is their goal to share the new material at college campuses across the country before the release of their next record.
Gabe, Josh, Mike and Lucas review Real Madrid's impressive 3-1 win against FC Barcelona in Saturday's Clásico. Carvajal, Barcelona's form, Karim Benzemaand Gareth Bale were some of the topics that they discussed during this episode. Next week we will deal with the Copa del Rey tie (starting today) and the Liga BBVA match against Granada that will be played next Saturday (16:00 CET).
Ed & Fuz have a guest this week, a former colleague of Ed's -- David Salazar, who covers international soccer and the NHL. The guys will discuss the 2014-2015 Champions League campaign: Will Real Madrid repeat? Can Barcelona or Bayern Munich stop Real Madrid? Why are people underestimating Chelsea?
The guys will also talk some pucks as David Salazar discusses the upcoming NHL trade deadline, the resurgence of the New York Islanders, and Alexander Ovechkin.
Tonight on Crush Radio:
1) Nassim Haramein: Ancient Civilizations and Sacred Geometry
Finally we present the expected Quinta part of the exceptional and unprecedented Nassim Haramein conference held in Barcelona in November 2010.
This section talks about how ancient civilizations could build those huge monuments worldwide precision and knowledge that surprised today that also seem to keep similar relations in all cases even when different civilizations were supposed were isolated from each other geographically and temporally. But all seem to drink from the same fountain of knowledge that connects them all. How these civilizations used the knowledge of sacred geometry to erect monuments.
2) Talks with Mr. Terrence McKenna
"We are all luminous beings"
"Dark as the hour may appear, in reality we exist in a dimension of greater opportunity, greater freedom, greater possibility than has ever been. The challenge then is to not drop the ball"
In this age of big data and analytics, one of the problems that we face is that our ability to communicate and understand statistical outcomes has not advanced as rapidly as our proficiency in handling data. There's plenty of data but not enough understanding. Yet, we can better understand complex matters when we can experience them.
Simulated experience lets us do just that, for example, showing us how our retirement investments will play out when we really need them. Robin Hogarth, an emeritus professor at the Universitat Pompeu Fabra in Barcelona, along with fellow researcher Emre Soyer, explained how simulated experience can help us to make better use of big data analytics in a recent MIT Sloan Management Review article.
Now, Hogarth is joining the All Analytics community for the next episode of A2 Radio on Tuesday, Feb. 3, at 2 pm (ET) to discuss how enterprise analytics teams can make use of simulated experience in delivering data to their clients, helping those clients make better decisions.
In this A2 Radio Show you will learn:
About some of the ways that simulated experience has been used in society and in enterprise environments.
The types of applications where simulated experience can bring benefits and better decision making to your organization.
Why we need to "experience" complex data rather than just analyzing it.
We talk El Clasico, Supporters' Shield and Louis van Gaal versus Jose Mourinho.
(0:00–10:30) Is Jozy worth $6m per season? And is he done developing?
(10:30–20:30) Arsenal vs Man City review
(20:30–23:30) The brilliant story of Celtic fan Jay Beatty
(23:30–end) Listener questions, including: How does EPL prize money work? Why is it an FA Cup "tie?" Can only FA Cup-winning teams display triangular corner flags? Is Alexis Sanchez better at Barcelona or Arsenal? What's gone wrong with Everton?
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Formula One Grand Prix in Barcelona at Circuit de Catalunya was a hot race on a hot day. Mercedes AMG driver Lewis Hamilton won his 4th consecutive race today, and in doing so, broke several records. Today's race put Hamilton ahead of teammate Nico Rosberg in Championship points, and put the entire Mercedes team far enough ahead in Constructors points, they will be hard to beat. Hamilton is like a runaway train on a track heading towards another World Championship title. After a 46-lap race that included hot temperatures, sliding rear ends, and frustrated drivers, fans were clearly invested. Coming in second to Hamilton was Rosberg, third place, was the well-deserved Red Bull driver, Daniel Ricciardo. Sebastian Vettel and Valtteri Bottas rounded out the five.
The stands were filled with fans cheering for hometown favorite Fernando Alonso, driving for the Ferrari team. The team has continued struggling to find their comfort zone, but Alonso and Kimi Raikkonen succeeded getting into the top ten, coming in 6th and 7th, respectively.
Next Race, Monaco