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Barcelona’s Bicing system is a public transport system in which the public can travel through the city in a more sustainable method. The bikes are accessible through a membership system where one subscribes online and receives a card that will allow them access to one of the numerous bicycle stands around the city.

Bicing is accessible to about 70% of the city.


Written by Paulo Loreto

October 8, 2011 at 10:52 AM

Wandering Discovery

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Leaving the Casino Barcelona and attempting to find a way back to the Plaça Catalunya was no easy feat on one’s first trip to Barcelona. After wandering through residential neighborhoods for about an hour, the site of an antique car show also lead the lost tourist to a landmark in the Catalan capital.

The brick and stone structure was built for the Exposición Universal de Barcelona













Built by Josep Vilaseca i Casanovas, Barcelona’s Arc de Triomf served as a magnificent backdrop for the day’s special event.

Written by Paulo Loreto

August 25, 2011 at 10:28 PM

Crocheted Transportation

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Of all the things people can choose to crochet, a bike cover is not one that seems, particularly, popular. Maybe it’s a up-and-coming trend.

This was found on Green Street, between Grand and Canal  (New York City).

Arts & Crafts 2011

Be Bold

Written by Paulo Loreto

July 2, 2011 at 4:04 PM