Barcelona sea temperatures. Olympic-pool temperatures from the end of May to the end of September. August has the hottest water. That attracts JELLYFISH. The Spanish call them “medusas” like the Greek monster. Enjoy your workout. Olympic swimming pools are kept at 77 to 82F /25 to 28C and that’s about what you find at the municipal beaches at Barcelona. The sea temperature is ideal for distance swimming. March has the coldest water of the year. Here is a link if you want specifics: Barcelona sea temperatures http://www.surf-forecast.com/breaks/Barceloneta/seatemp May and September are the rainiest months in Barcelona and this affects the water surface. There is a small amount of surfing in the fall due to off shore storms. The biggest problem with the municipal beaches is the litter. The water quality of is fine. People tend to leave litter on the beach and it gets in the water. There are occasionally man-made objects on the sea floor. Overall, the water itself seems fine. When I say the municipal beaches, I mean from the W Hotel (the big curved hotel) up the coast to the Forum. This is about 5km of beaches and distance swimming is possible along all of them. There is only one set of public lockers to leave your belongings and they often are not available. Plan accordingly. I sometimes ride down with only a t-shirt & flip flops. Tap a bank note under the bottom of your bike seat. Keep it simple. There is a local, open-water swimming population. You can search “open water swims” on the internet and find them. The swimming community does events year round though most of them are out of the city of Barcelona. One other interesting point. On Christmas day at noon, there is a 200m sprint through the port. This is a great swim. The event is broadcast on TV. You can be a swimming star. James Waylon Living In Barcelona www.jameswaylon.com Barcelona's captured neighborhoods. Be the first tourist ever. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R7NShpoNx2A&t=49s The Barcelona Joan Miro Museum & my secret day hike https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xrYQDypLISg&t=14s Barcelona Correfocs - What is it? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KbEbeL3m31E&t=8s Castells in Barcelona & Catalonia -- Human Castles https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GmbOjhH5GKw&t=3s Barcelona's free museums - what should you do? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zPScacU026s
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Would you like to come to Torrevieja in April? The weather is really good! April is mid-spring on the Costa Blanca, with long, pleasantly warm days and only light showers. It’s still not quite beach weather, but you might just be able to do a little sunbathing on Torrevieja’s fabulous beaches by the end of the month! Sea temperatures are still relatively cool in Torrevieja, around 16C, though the average temperature is now a very temperate 15C, with highs of around 20C. It’s not uncommon for temperatures to reach up to 28C at this time, so while you might think twice before taking a dip in the water, it’s not out of the question to catch a few rays on the beach by the end of the month. It’s a similar story across the country, with average temperatures of 13C and highs of 18C in Barcelona; it’s likely to be slightly cooler inland and to the north year round. Source: http://www.holiday-weather.com Subscribe to our channel https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCB7QvTkBonQA6C3ogDutH7Qaand do not miss out interesting videos from Torrevieja! Properties and vacational rentals in Spain http://www.alegriainternational.com/en/ Join us in Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/alegriainternational/
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http://www.catalannewsagency.com On Wednesday morning, Barcelona’s beaches were well and truly in pre-summer mode, with hundreds of people sunbathing or playing in the sand, although few dared to swim as the water is still a bit cold. The temperature was almost 30 degrees (ºC), but some thin cloud cover and a sea breeze allowed people to enjoy and relax without suffering from the heat too much. Younger and older people, as well as families on holidays were the ones profiting the most from the situation. Surprised by the heat wave, many came to the beach without swimwear but managed to take refuge under parasols or in the shade of nearby bar terraces. In recent days, the rising temperatures have reached almost summer levels, allowing people with free time to enjoy the beach more than usual, although the season officially started in late March. Overall, the Catalan capital has 9 beaches that stretch for a total of some 5 km.
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MIAMI BEACH FLORIDA, SOUTH BEACH MIAMI, MIAMI BEACH, Miami Beach has a tropical climate, more specifically a tropical monsoon climate (Köppen Am), with hot humid summers and warm dry winters. Other than the Florida Keys, Miami Beach has the warmest winter weather in the United States (mainland). The warm and sunny weather in Miami Beach and South Florida attracts millions of travelers from around the world from November through April. Sea surface temperatures range from 74 F in winter to 86 F in the spring/summer/fall months. Miami Beach has the warmest ocean surf in the United States mainland annually. Like much of Florida, there is a marked wet and dry season in Miami Beach. The tropical rainy season runs from May through September, when showers and late day thunderstorms are common. The dry season is from November through April, when few showers, sunshine, and low humidity prevail. The island location of Miami Beach however, creates fewer convective thunderstorms, so Miami Beach receives less rainfall in a given year than neighboring areas such as Miami and Fort Lauderdale. Proximity to the moderating influence of the Atlantic gives Miami Beach lower high temperatures and higher lows than inland areas of Florida. Other than the Florida Keys (and Key West), Miami Beach is the only U.S. city (mainland) to never report snow flurries in its weather history. Miami Beach's location on the Atlantic Ocean, near its confluence with the Gulf of Mexico, make it extraordinarily vulnerable to hurricanes and tropical storms. Though direct strikes from hurricanes are rare (Miami has experienced only two direct hits from major hurricanes in recorded weather history – the 1926 Miami hurricane and Hurricane Cleo in 1964), the area has seen indirect contact from hurricanes Betsy (1965), Inez (1966), Andrew (1992), Irene (1999), Michelle (2001), Katrina (2005), and Wilma (2005). Each December, the City of Miami Beach hosts Art Basel Miami Beach, one of the largest art shows in the United States. Art Basel Miami Beach, the sister event to the Art Basel event held each June in Basel, Switzerland, combines an international selection of top galleries with a program of special exhibitions, parties and crossover events featuring music, film, architecture and design. Exhibition sites are located in the city's Art Deco District, and ancillary events are scattered throughout the greater Miami metropolitan area. Public Transportation in Miami Beach is operated by Miami-Dade Transit (MDT). Along with neighborhoods such as Downtown and Brickell, public transit is heavily used in Miami Beach, and is a vital part of city life. Although Miami Beach has no direct Metrorail stations, numerous Metrobus lines connect to Downtown Miami and Metrorail (i.e., the 'S' bus line). The South Beach Local (SBL) is one of the most heavily used lines in Miami, and connects all major points of South Beach to other major bus lines in the city. Metrobus ridership in Miami Beach is high, with some of the routes such as the L and S being the busiest Metrobus routes. The Airport-Beach Express (Route 150), operated by MDT, is a direct-service bus line that connects Miami International Airport to major points in South Beach. The ride costs $2.65, and runs every 30 minutes from 6:00 a.m. to 11:00 p.m. seven days a week. Bicycling Since the late 20th century, cycling has grown in popularity in Miami Beach. Due to its dense, urban nature, and pedestrian-friendly streets, many Miami Beach residents get around by bicycle. In March 2011 a public bicycle sharing system named Decobike was launched, one of only a handful of such programs in the United States. The program is operated by a private corporation, Decobike, LLC, but is partnered with the City of Miami Beach in a revenue sharing model. Once fully implemented, the program hopes to have around 1000 bikes accessible from 100 stations throughout Miami Beach, from around 85th Street on the north side of Miami Beach all the way south to South Pointe Park
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Somebody told me that it's just a dumpster so I wanted to show that even in a city crowded like this you can find a rich ecosystem in less than 25ft depth. The video is recorded with a Panasonic DMC-FT1 with improvised case; the trembling is due low temperatures (below 12.5Cº) and lack of oxygen (on some caves I was free diving). Although it was smooth sea, some of the footage is from an outer breakwater so sometimes it did get pretty rough.
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The global ultra-high resolution EC-Earth (http://www.ec-earth.org/) climate model ORCA12-T1279 in action over the North Atlantic. Sea-surface temperature and sea-ice concentration from the ocean component (NEMO, left panel) and 2-meter air temperature from the atmosphere component (IFS, right panel). Both fields are shown directly on the grid of their respective component. Full year at daily resolution. Horizontal resolution is about 16 km for both the ocean and atmosphere component. Simulation carried out on the MareNostrum supercomputer, at the Barcelona Supercomputer Center (BSC, https://www.bsc.es/) in the context of PRIMAVERA work package #6 (https://www.primavera-h2020.eu/).
Views: 899 Laurent Brodeau
4 things to do before leaving home for Barcelona. Photocopy your passport, make a jetlag plan, check on A/C & reduce your “To-do” list. Done! 1. The first thing is passport protection in one of the pickpocket capitols of the world. You want to have a photocopy somewhere safe in your luggage. I would strongly advise you not to walk around Barcelona with your passport. But if something happens to your passport, it is helpful at the U.S. Consulate to get a new passport if you have a photocopy. Be passport safe. 2. Jetlag is not joke. Make a plan for it. I suggest you stay awake the first day till the sun goes down. No naps! If you get to Barcelona on one of those long overnight flights, this isn’t easy. If you stay awake till the sun goes down, you have a good chance of re-orienting your time clock. You’ll likely wake up around the time that the sun comes up. See my video: Barcelona jetlag tips & a first day plan https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zMmcSGFsSdc&t=23s 3. FIND OUT IF YOUR AIR B&B HAS A/C! During summer, you want to know about this before you arrive. Many local places don’t have A/C here in Barcelona. The summer is the most intense weather in Barcelona. Personally, I think it is NOT a good time to visit. The Fall, Spring & Winter are all more pleasant. At any rate, ask about A/C. Hotels usually have A/C. See my video: Barcelona airbnbs -- THE question you have to ask https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DqQTkeaEJgA 4. Take a look at your “to-see” list in Barcelona. Cut it in half, cut off a third, reduce it. EVERYONE TRIES TO DO TO MUCH. I get it. You are excited to be here. You want to stay up late and get up early. You want to do it all. You can’t. Seriously. This is a race. This isn’t work. You want to FEEL the place. See what you can, maybe a maximum of 2 big sights a day. Relax and be here. It’s a really common problem that everyone makes, including Barcelona people when they go to the U.S. Build in down time. I hope this helps! Let me know. Jame Waylon LIVING in Barcleon www.jameswaylon.com Barcelona food guide dos, donts, dammit I need hamburger https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t5H09DgpxYg How to avoid Barcelona pickpockets part 2. Battle hardened tips! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lL04LvGIhv8&t=3s Barcelona sea temperatures and beaches -- for swimmers! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cyvELx_S_rc&t=88s Catalan Independence & Barcelona protests https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1UVAAFdSjaQ&t=26s Walking In Barcelona. Throw away the guide book. Get lost https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dWIBW7TkqJQ&t=146s
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Why the temperatures in spain are envy of northern europe. Usually dry, except average july temperatures for places throughout spain, including lists of monthly high and low in degrees celsius fahrenheit the summers are usually hotter than coast overall very hot, regularly exceeding 35 c (95 f). Spain climate what to expect when traveling southern spain travel. Winter weather in spain changeable conditions. July weather averages for malaga, spain holiday. In fact crdoba is in summer the warmest city not only spain but throughout europe, often madrid july weather 2017 accuweather forecast for. Aug 2015 last month was spain's hottest july on record, the country's meteorological a new aemet weather summary for shows average august is when many people in madrid take their summer holidays and travel to coasts enjoy beach. Climate in spain a guide to temperatures spanish web. July and august are the months with lowest rainfall, rain could be expected only once or twice 6 may 2010 europe forum this mid july, my wife i travelling to spain for first these average daily high temperatures july. Weather in spain by month and region tripsavvy weather 1644274 url? Q webcache. Summer temperatures easily average 75 degrees holiday weather we provide temperature, day and night sunshine hours, rainfall sea temperature averages for barcelona, spain in july malaga, current forecast conditions including seasonal information travelers. Weather in spain by seasonjune to september are spain's hottest months the not be missed season of open air terrazas and music festivals temperatures, rainfall best time visit toledo. Googleusercontent search. In fact crdoba is in summer the warmest city not only spain but throughout europe, often get madrid, typical july weather including average and record temperatures from accuweather an overview of temperature, weather, overall climate to it does drop cool at night, even heat day by summary barcelona for month. Weather in spain by month and region tripsavvy. Therefore in august the city 30 mar 2017 spain, along with portugal weather, forms massive iberian months of july and are warmest time to visit spain Weather by month region tripsavvy. Spain holiday weather met office. Spain in july is it that bad? Fodor's travel talk hottest ever spain sizzled record month the local. 31 jul 2017 it's also worth noting that july and august can be too hot in some cities. By contrast, there are low temperatures in winter, from cool to cold winters, being not uncommon the below 0 c (32 f) spain's interior regions generally have a continental mediterranean climate. Spain weather spain, europe forecast tripadvisor. Average july temperatures in spain current resultsthe weather summer averages for barcelona, holiday. Temperatures and climatic conditions, maximum minimum average 1. What is the weather in madrid what clothes should i bring. Spain cordoba cached climate information for weather averages, sunshine. Weather in july barcelona tourist guide. A
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We decided to take a trip with the family to Barcelona at the end of december 2016. It is an amazing city, with great buildings mostly desinged by Gaudi. The temperature was perfect for this time of the year and this kind of trip. We decided that we will come back to Barcelona for sure by the time the Sagrada Familia is finished. This probably will be by the end of 2026.
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San Diegans looking to escape the heat at the beach Thursday may have had trouble cooling off in the water, at least in Del Mar. Water temperatures in Del Mar hit 81 degrees during the day, as this week's heat wave brought another day of high heat to the county.
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The global ultra-high resolution EC-Earth (http://www.ec-earth.org/) climate model ORCA12-T1279 in action over the North Atlantic. Sea-surface temperature from the ocean component (NEMO, ORCA12). Full year at daily resolution. Horizontal resolution is about 16 km for both the ocean and atmosphere component. Simulation carried out on the MareNostrum supercomputer, at the Barcelona Supercomputer Center (BSC, https://www.bsc.es/) in the context of PRIMAVERA work package #6 (https://www.primavera-h2020.eu/).
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Barcelona & cool places for teens. Tips the teens won’t hate. Sports, skate parks & surfing. Okay, the surfing may not happen. Try drinking with them. I love to change the texture of holidays. What I mean is to do something like a sports day. Breaking out of the tourist grind and doing something physical changes everything. You relax. You interact with each other better. You sleep well. All of that is good for jetlag. These are great ideas for teens. By the way, I have other tips for kids and children in Barcelona: Barcelona with kids & children. 7 years of research. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VgCly_AQ3fs&t=1s Barcelona travel tips for kids. The Sants park! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=guQ1mudE4rM The best sports complex I know of is Can Caralleu. Imagine a full sized soccer/football field up above the city in the foothills. There are views of the city all the way to the sea. It’s surrounded by trees in a lost corner of the Barcelona. There are two pools that are open around the year. There are tennis & paddle courts. There is a place to eat. It’s a great place to spend the day. You will probably want to take a taxi to get there but, brother, it is worth it. Can Caralleu https://www.claror.cat/cancaralleu There are two big skate areas for teens. They are authentic, earthy and great for sunny afternoons. I get something to eat and bring it there to eat (“to go food” is not common except in the tourist areas). The biggest area is the plaza of the Modern Art Museum in the Raval. It’s a local area and there is public drinking. It is a safe and comfortable place, especially during the day. Enjoy. The other skate park is at the bottom of the Ramble De Poble Nou near the beach. Go past the two towers on the beach and past the Burger King. It’s near a hill with bamboo/grass. The park is fairly new and in good shape. There is a sailing club below that has a place to eat on the sea side of the building. Speaking of the Rambla De Poble Nou, check this out: Barcelona's secret Rambla. A hidden gem https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BvvwP19uIOA&t=13s Surfing happens in Barcelona in the afternoons in the fall. If you are dedicated. This happens because storms out at sea. During these times, the tide comes in during the afternoon and you get something like a real wave. You can rent suits and surf boards in Barceloneta. I’ve spent many afternoons watching the surfers in the sunset. There are usually buskers playing near the sea in the winter. Lastly, the drinking age in Barcelona is 18. A glass of wine for a minors accompanied by parents is not a problem. I don’t think I’ve seen anyone get carded in Barcelona. A first glass of Spanish wine seems like a good reward and a good memory for teens in Barcelona. Also, do the Camp Nou museum and tour. Or see a game. The stadium is set to be remodeled in the next five years or so (I hear). See it before the changes. Lastly, try Port Adventure amusement park down the coast. It’s expensive with expensive food. But your kids won’t notice that. James Waylon Living in Barcelona www.jameswaylon.com Barcelona food guide dos, donts, dammit I need hamburge https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t5H09DgpxYg How to avoid Barcelona pickpockets part 2. Battle hardened tips! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lL04LvGIhv8&t=3s Barcelona sea temperatures and beaches -- for swimmers! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cyvELx_S_rc&t=88s Catalan Independence & Barcelona protests https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1UVAAFdSjaQ&t=26s Walking In Barcelona. Throw away the guide book. Get lost https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dWIBW7TkqJQ&t=146s Barcelona Spain -- should I speak Spanish or Catalan? Neither https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rFNpuoXejO8&t=3s
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Barcelona food guide: do’s, don’ts & dammit I need a hamburger! A few simple bullet-points to help you eat better in Barcelona. Local food is your friend. DO: Eat authentic dishes in place of what tourists THINK are authentic dishes. Authentic: Do eat BBQ Calçots in February. These are long onions that get bundled and BBQ-ed. You dip them in an almond sauce and drop them in your upturned mouth. This is so typical of Barcelona & Catalonia. Do eat black rice in place of paella. Black rice sounds like a pirate dish but it’s really good. It’s rice with black squid ink. Crazy & delicious. Arroz negro. Do get a primitive pizza: Pan Con Tomate. They take a piece of bread and grind a tomato into it. Throw in salt & olive oil and you have a truly local Barcelona side dish. Order it. Do try Crema Catalan. It’s a desert. It’s a type of sweet pudding. Paella, tapas and sangria are less common than these dishes. DON’T Don’t eat at any restaurant that has a lot of translated menus. This is a dead give away that locals don’t eat there. Local places have menus in Spanish and Catalan (maybe English). Bring a dictionary and everything will taste better Don’t eat near any big tourist attractions. The surrounding areas are tourist dead-ends. This means don’t eat near the Sagrada Familia, DON’T EAT ON THE RAMBLA, don’t eat on the main strip on Barceloneta. Wander away and look for a nice place. Get lost and you’ll find locals in a lost corner. Finally, sometimes you need a break. It’s okay to grab a hamburger. Don’t go to fast food places. Look for Irish bars. They are usually run by English-speaking people. They are touristic but they have good hamburgers, dammit! James Waylon LIVING in Barcelona www.jameswaylon.com How to avoid Barcelona pickpockets part 2. Battle hardened tips! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lL04LvGIhv8&t=3s Barcelona sea temperatures and beaches -- for swimmers! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cyvELx_S_rc&t=88s Catalan Independence & Barcelona protests https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1UVAAFdSjaQ&t=26s Walking In Barcelona. Throw away the guide book. Get lost https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dWIBW7TkqJQ&t=146s Barcelona Spain -- should I speak Spanish or Catalan? Neither https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rFNpuoXejO8&t=3s
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Purpose and function of elevated water storage tanks. Get some Bombas socks for 20% off! http://bit.ly/2PZuQLg Code: PRACTICAL The job of finding enough water, making it safe to use, and then reliably distributing it to the system customers with almost no downtime is a monumental task that requires a lot of infrastructure. And, probably the most visible component of a public water system is the elevated storage tank, also known as a water tower. I’m Grady Hillhouse and this is Public Works, my video series on infrastructure and the humanmade world around us. -Patreon: http://patreon.com/PracticalEngineering -Website: http://practical.engineering Writing/Editing/Production: Grady Hillhouse Animation: Stephanie White, Connor Claver, Dayan D'aniello This video is sponsored by Bombas.
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Where to see NFL Games in Barcelona? Probably on your phone. What happens is NFL regular season games don’t get huge priority. You might be able to find the odd game in an Irish bar. But European football/soccer and boxing events draw more people. The local religion is soccer. You can get the NFL game pass for 19€ a week. Bring your phone and watch it in a bar. I forgot to mention this in the video but it’s a great tip. The biggest sports bar I know of is the George Payne. https://www.thegeorgepayne.com/ It is a big, rambling, two story place that probably has enough screens to show a regular season game that you want to see. It gets very crowded for big events like World Cup games or Champions. The George Payne is located in the The Plaça d'Urquinaona near Plaza Catalonia in the center. NFL playoff games usually draw more people and you can likely watch one. I’ve watched a few important ones and there are usually other fans looking to do the same. There are always Super Bowl events here probably because there is always a population of American students studying abroad for the year. Keep in mind that the Super Bowl always starts late at night in Spain. You’ll be up till late in the morning. On a side note, there once was a local American football team called the Barcelona Dragons. I have met local people who are big American football fans and one of the paid TV stations broadcasts live NFL games. However, I think the NBA is bigger than the NFL here. Barcelona and Spain are big on basketball, especially with the Gasol brothers being in the NBA. I saw the 2009 Saints win the Super bowl here. The next Saints super bowl win will happen after the Sagrada Familia is finished. James Waylon LIVING In Barcelona www.jameswaylon.com Barcelona -- cool places for teens. Tips teens won’t hate. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-mfqQmIm294 Barcelona food guide dos, don’ts, dammit I need hamburger https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t5H09DgpxYg How to avoid Barcelona pickpockets part 2. Battle hardened tips! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lL04LvGIhv8&t=3s Barcelona sea temperatures and beaches -- for swimmers! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cyvELx_S_rc&t=88s Catalan Independence & Barcelona protests https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1UVAAFdSjaQ&t=26s
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For the last day in Barcelona we just HAD to take full advantage of 32+ Degree's Celsius temperature and sun, sea & sand :-) Also made an EPIC visit to the famous Catalunya race track!
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The Sagrada Familia & the best light. There is sweet spot in the stained glass windows. You want to shoot for the extremes of the day. Sorta. There is time around sunset and sunrise where the angle of the sun passes light dramatically through the stained glass windows. It’s around 10am and 5pm. During this time, the light is angled perfectly and it creates an impressive orange and then blue light going directly through the stained glass windows. Check out my other video about the towers of the Sagrada Familia: Gaudi's church in Barcelona - should I do the towers? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sOgkxxzI6KE Basically, you want to let the sunrise clear the skyline of the city so the light is high enough to reach the Sagrada Familia. The Sagrada Familia opens at 9am In the afternoon, you want to catch the sunset before it has been cut off behind the foothills behind the city. You lose the end of the light if you are too late. The Sagrada Familia closes around sunset. Times change depending on the time of year but the 10am and 5pm are a good field guide. In Barcelona, the sun rises over the sea, passes diagonally over the Sagrada Familia, and sets in the back of the inland-side of city behind the foothills. On Christmas Eve, Christmas day, New Year’s Even, & New Year’s Day, the Sagrada Familia closes at 2pm and you lose the afternoon light. Also, if you want to photograph the Sagrada Familia, I recommend the “Nativity Towers.” These are the oldest towers that were built during Gaudi’s life. You want to get up in them in the morning when the sun is at your back. There are time stamped tickets that you should buy online. The times are enforced and it helps to cut down on lines. The Sagarada Familia is one of the most visited sites in the world, only behind the Great Wall of China. See it when the light is amazing. James Waylon LIVING in Barcelona www.jameswaylon.com Barcelona food guide dos, donts, dammit I need hamburge https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t5H09DgpxYg How to avoid Barcelona pickpockets part 2. Battle hardened tips! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lL04LvGIhv8&t=3s Barcelona sea temperatures and beaches -- for swimmers! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cyvELx_S_rc&t=88s Catalan Independence & Barcelona protests https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1UVAAFdSjaQ&t=26s Walking In Barcelona. Throw away the guide book. Get lost https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dWIBW7TkqJQ&t=146s
Views: 55 James Waylon
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Places To Visit In Costa Brava-Tossa de mar-Blanes-Empuriabrava The Costa Brava is one of the most beautiful areas of Catalonia and probably the whole of Spain. Its coast is lapped by the crystal waters of the Mediterranean and its interior overlooked by the spectacular and mighty Pyrenees. The Costa Brava is a 160-kilometre stretch of beautiful, rugged coastline in the region of Catalonia in the North East corner of Spain. Natural beauty, endless miles of sandy beaches and summer sunshine. You'll find modern, international tourist resorts with high-rise hotels alongside unspoilt fishing villages, sheltered rocky coves and medieval towns with ancient castles. The Costa stretches from Blanes, North of Barcelona, to Roses near the French border. #TOSSA DE MAR: Tossa de Mar is a municipality belonging to the county of La Selva, in the province of Girona, on the Costa Brava so this is a perfect place to enjoy its beaches.In the bay of Tossa is a small promontory on the beach, in which a medieval walled city lies, called the Vila Vella, who has seven round towers. Its origin is estimated in the twelfth century and was built to prevent pirate attacks. Inside are the remains of a church and the palace of the governor of the XIV century. A dozen fine beaches and bays (most notably Platja Gran, Mar Menuda and Cala Giverola) and the imposing Cadiretes massif, ideal for exploring on foot or by mountain bike, make up the privileged natural surroundings of Tossa de Mar. The historic centre of the village is dominated by a towering 12th century wall which encircles the quiet streets and the seafaring atmosphere of the Vila Vella. Imagine a place where you can travel in time back to a former age…Tossa is a real open-air museum where prehistoric remains overlap with Roman Túrissa, medieval Tursa and today's Tossa, one-time retreat for artists and intellectuals and now host town for tourists and visitors.This heritage gives evidence of all those people who loved this piece of land and made it their home, from now on also yours. #BLANES: Just 60 km north of Barcelona, Blanes extends for 4km along the stunning south coastline of the COSTA BRAVA. Rich with long sweeping sandy bays, little rocky coves, or deserted bays... If you like the wonders of nature Blanes has a perfect combination of nature, climatic conditions and topographical feature. The Mediterranean town of Blanes is a popular tourist hot spot for Spanish holiday makers, as well as those from other European nations. Blanes also prides itself in offering its visitors a taste of real Spain, with traditional fiestas & street, as well as the vibrant family friendly atmosphere with attractive parks and flower beds throughout the town. The nicest and most enchanting beaches you will find lie on the Costa Brava!! Beaches here have been awarded the European Blue Flag for cleanliness and clarity of water for several years running.The weather is in the main welcoming all year round. With average highs of 31°C in the summer months & 16°C in the winter, it is possible to enjoy an outdoor life at any time of the year. However be aware during the winter season low temperatures can be a good deal cooler than in Spain's southern regions. #EMPURIABRAVA Empuriabrava (Ampuriabrava in Spanish) is one of the most unusual towns along the Costa Brava.Sporting nearly 24 kilometers (15 miles)1 of canals, and 5,000 private jetties, Empuriabrava is the largest residential marina in the world. They call itself “the largest Marina in the world “, an area with more water ways than even Venice. Whether this is a fact remains to be proved. Empuriabrava, however, has an immense number of canals, where boat owners have their own private moorings in front of their houses.Empuriabrava was built on a swamp in 1968 (at that time still Ampuriabrava). Today the place covers an area of over 503 hectares, about 10 % of the total area are canals or port, and this probably counts primarily for the popularity of the resort. From the tiniest boat to the biggest cruising yacht, everything can be found here. --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- If you like what you see, subscribe and click the bell to enable notifications for more travel videos. https://www.youtube.com/verynicetravel I really appreciate your support! ❤️❤️❤️ ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- IMPORTANT NOTE: The content of this channel, including: videos, images and graphics must not be downloaded for the purpose of being re-uploaded to YouTube or another 3rd party website. No part of this channel may be reproduced, stored, or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic, recording or otherwise, without the prior written permission of the author. Copyright © Very Nice Travel. All rights reserved.
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Is there a link between the vanishing Arctic sea ice and extreme weather? Some prominent climate researchers think so. That’s because warming temperatures in the Arctic are altering the behavior of the polar jet stream, a high-altitude river of air that drives weather patterns across the globe. As the winds that propel the jet stream weaken, storms, droughts, and extreme heat and cold move over continents at slower rates, meaning bad weather can stick around for longer. Eli Kintisch reports aboard the Norwegian research vessel Helmer Hanssen about how changing conditions at the top of the world could be impacting weather far away. This video is part 2 of a three-part series on the changing Arctic. Part 1 - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=msD4agiRTxM Part 3 - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-3h4Xt9No9o Thanks to the Pulitzer Center for Crisis Reporting for supporting Thaw. You can find this video and all of Vox’s videos on YouTube. Subscribe and stay tuned for more. Footage and story made possible by Interdependent Pictures’ documentary film, “Into the Dark,” coming 2019. (Learn more: https://www.interdependentpictures.org/intothedark) Subscribe to our channel! http://goo.gl/0bsAjO Vox.com is a news website that helps you cut through the noise and understand what's really driving the events in the headlines. Check out http://www.vox.com Check out our full video catalog: http://goo.gl/IZONyE Follow Vox on Twitter: http://goo.gl/XFrZ5H Or on Facebook: http://goo.gl/U2g06o
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AP TELEVISION Paris, France 1. Wide of Eiffel tower and fountains 2. Wide of people lying on the grass and children playing in the water 3. Wide of water cannons and fountain 4. Mid of children playing in the fountain 5. Close up of woman and child playing in water 6. Wide of man under the water cannon 7. SOUNDBITE (English) David Perkins, tourist from Wales "The sun makes everything look a lot nicer, specially where we are from, we're used to rain and the dark weather. Everything is a lot nicer in the sun." 8. Mid of man with feet in fountain 9. Wide of family with parasol in front of fountain 10. Wide of tourists in front of fountain 11. Wide of women eating ice cream 12. SOUNDBITE (French) Helene Petit, tourist from Dieppe "It is very good, I am eating an ice cream! We are here as tourists for the day and having a lovely time and it is really nice because we are used to the rain in Normandy, so it feels great when it's sunny." 13. Wide of Eiffel Tower and fountain 14. Wide of children playing in fountain at Place de la Republique 15 .Wide of Place de la Republique with fountain and water mister Madrid, Spain 16. Wide of Templo de Debod park 17. Wide of tourists taking photos at Templo de Debod 18. Wide of woman opening a parasol to protect herself from the sun 19. Wide of a giant thermometer 20. Mid of thermometer reading 35 degrees centigrade (95 degrees fahrenheit) 21. Wide of man sunbathing with fountain in foreground 22. Wide of people reading in shade 23. Wide of elderly gentleman walking STORYLINE: Europe is sweltering in a summer heatwave, with temperatures hitting the high 30s in Paris and Madrid. In Paris, holidaymakers were cooling off in fountains while queues mounted at ice-cream stands and travellers from less sunny climates soaked up the heat. "Where we are from we're used to rain and the dark weather. Everything is a lot nicer in the sun." said Welsh visitor David Perkins as he sunbathed near the Eiffel Tower. Meanwhile in Madrid residents were struggling to stay cool as the mercury hit 35 degrees centigrade (95 degrees fahrenheit), and health authorities reminded people to take care of young children and elderly people who may be affected by the heat. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/4340f52c26caf29615e415134cf82408 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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(28 Jul 2011) AP Television Barcelona, Spain - July 12, 2011 1. Various shots of beach 2. Various shots of temperature indicator 3. Pan across beachfront to ice bar 4. Various shots of customers putting on winter clothes to enter ice bar 5. Close up of temperature indicator inside bar 6. Various shots of customers inside ice bar 7. SOUNDBITE: (English) Richard Tenenbaum, voxpop "We came to Barcelona to ski! And we are in a ski vacation. It's 90� (Farenheit) outside but we came to ski the Pyrenees." 8. Pull focus ice glass to customers 9. Various shots of customers drinking 10. SOUNDBITE: (English) Sam Laurence, voxpop "And so we've come to Barcelona and we though while we were here we had to come and see the Ice Barcelona. Which is very cool, and cold and we're having a very good time!" 11. Various shots of customers 12. Various shots of bartender 13. SOUNDBITE: (French) Sara Bugardbel, bartender "So they come here to have a drink, a cocktail. Usually a 'beau bomb' or a 'melon-lemon'. They enjoy it a lot because this is the only ice bar in front of the beach and the change in temperature is a good experience." 14. Tilt down of ice sculpture representing Sagrada Familia basilica 15. Various shots of FC Barcelona shirt 16. Set up shots of bar manager 17. SOUNDBITE: (Spanish) Enrique Iga, ice bar manager "The idea came because we wanted to make a contrast with the original ice bars that are naturally built in Scandinavia. We wanted to create the difference between the heat on the beach and the cold inside here." 18. Various shots of customers 19. Various shots of customers leaving ice bar 20. Various shots of customers arriving at the beach 21. SOUNDBITE: (Spanish) Manuel Sanz, voxpop "It was an incredible experience to be at the ice bar. It was incredible to be at -10 degrees Celsius and suddenly be out here in the heat of the Mediterranean. It was very nice. A unique experience." 22. Various shots of bathers LEADIN: With summer temperatures in Barcelona soaring to above 31 degrees Celcius, what better way to chill out, than with the cool crowd in the city's latest ice bar. A short stroll from the sun soaked beaches, revellers can experience sub zero temperatures and an ice cold shot. STORYLINE: A scorching summer in Barcelona. The streets are empty and everybody is packed on the sea front. What better way to cool down than a dip in the Mediterranean? And when the temperature hits 31 degrees (88 F), the sea has been the best way to escape the sun's scorching rays. Until now, that is. Those in the know are chilling out in Barcelona's coolest bar, literally - it's -20 degrees inside (-4 F). Welcome to Ice Barcelona, where entrants are handed a fleecy jacket and gloves to protect them from the cold. The establishment bills itself as the world's first ice bar located on a beach. Inside, visitors are surrounded by ice sculptures depicting the city's landmarks like the Sagrada Familia Basilica, or familiar sights like a Barcelona football shirt embedded in ice. Richard Tenenbaun is a tourist from New York City. He and his friends are visiting Barcelona for the first time and his holiday has been a contrast of heat and ice. He says: "We came to Barcelona to ski! And we are in a ski vacation. It's 90� Fahrenheit (32 C) outside but we came to ski the Pyrenees." Sam Laurence and her friends have come from England to celebrate a hen party. She says: "And so we've come to Barcelona and we thought while we were here we had to come and see the Ice Barcelona. Which is very cool, and cold and we're having a very good time!" Drinks are even served in frozen ice glasses... Just don't try putting these through the dishwasher at the end of the night. Sara Bugardbel is one of the bartenders at Ice Barcelona. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/e2e5ac1eab073fce0e3dd6ed1facf4c0 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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The El Niño-Southern Oscillation (ENSO) is a quasi-periodic fluctuation of ocean temperatures in the equatorial Pacific. The temperatures generally fluctuate between two states: warmer than normal central and eastern equatorial Pacific (El Niño) and cooler than normal central and eastern equatorial Pacific (La Niña). The animation illustrates the evolution of sea surface temperature anomaly (SSTA) associated with the 2009-10 El Niño in the Pacific Ocean. Another multimedia item related to this story: ENSO Sea Surface Temperature Anomalies: 1997-1998 (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9rPqIuXlWuA) More information on this topic available at: http://podaac.jpl.nasa.gov/dataset/NCDC-L4LRblend-GLOB-AVHRR_OI
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La Barceloneta is Barcelona's seaside resort neighbourhood, known for its sandy beach and the many restaurants and nightclubs along its boardwalk. Tony and Helen checked it out late one Sunday afternoon: "We're at Barceloneta, and that's the W Hotel. And now, if I pull back, you'll be able to see all the Spanish at play! Actually, there are quite a few tourists here as well, but not as many as you might think. We're at the weekend, and there's the yellow flag, not the same as in Australia, but frankly, the sea has not got a lot of surf, and there aren't that many rips, but there are jellyfish. Anyway, it's getting quite late now. There are three main beaches here, but the sun's getting down, although it's still 25 degrees Centigrade. If I move sideways you can see in the distance, towards the Port Olympic, I believe, Frank Gehry's famous fish, Gold Fish (Peix d'Or), glistening in the last rays of the sun. It's a pleasant place, and now it's a nice temperature, but it was very hot indeed." Please have a look our other videos, and if you like them, why not subscribe to our Travelsignposts YouTube channel? Just click on this link: https://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=travelsignposts And get more interesting info about Barcelona by checking out the many features on this website: Barcelona, The Creative Capital of Catalonia http://www.travelsignposts.com/Spain/destinations/barcelona-travel-catalonia Port Vell – Barcelona’s Leisure Port www.travelsignposts.com/Spain/destinations/port-vell-barcelona-port Santa Maria Del Pi – A Medieval Church in the Barri Gotic http://www.travelsignposts.com/Spain/sightseeing/santa-maria-del-pi-barcelona The Magic Fountain of Montjuic – La Font Magica http://www.travelsignposts.com/Spain/sightseeing/magic-fountain-montjuic Montjuic – Barcelona’s Hilltop Park http://www.travelsignposts.com/Spain/sightseeing/montjuic-barcelona Barcelona Zoo or Parc Zoologic http://www.travelsignposts.com/Spain/sightseeing/barcelona-zoo-parc-zoologic Casa Bruno Cuadros – Once a House of Umbrellas http://www.travelsignposts.com/Spain/sightseeing/casa-bruno-cuadros-barcelona La Seu – Cathedral of Barcelona http://www.travelsignposts.com/Spain/sightseeing/la-seu-barcelona-cathedral Barcelona's Arc de Triomf – Not a Triumphal Arch http://www.travelsignposts.com/Spain/sightseeing/barcelona-arc-de-triomf MNAC – Barcelona's Museu Nacional d'Art de Catalunya http://www.travelsignposts.com/Spain/sightseeing/mnac-museu-nacional-catalunya Poble Espanyol – Barcelona's Spanish Village http://www.travelsignposts.com/Spain/sightseeing/poble-espanyol-spanish-village Las Ramblas – A Perfect Place to Ramble http://www.travelsignposts.com/Spain/sightseeing/las-ramblas-barcelona Sagrada Familia – Gaudi’s Temple of the Holy Family http://www.travelsignposts.com/Spain/sightseeing/sagrada-familia-gaudi La Pedrera – Gaudi's Stone Quarry http://www.travelsignposts.com/Spain/sightseeing/la-pedrera-casa-mila-barcelona Parc Güell – Another of Gaudi’s Gift to Barcelona http://www.travelsignposts.com/Spain/sightseeing/parc-guell-parc-gaudi Gaudi Architecture of Barcelona http://www.travelsignposts.com/Spain/sightseeing/gaudi-architecture-barcelona Palau de la Música Catalana – A Palace for Catalan Music http://www.travelsignposts.com/Spain/sightseeing/palau-de-la-musica-catalana Gran Teatre Del Liceu or Simply Liceu Barcelona www.travelsignposts.com/Spain/sightseeing/liceu-barcelona-opera El Corte Inglés – Shopping Services for Tourists http://www.travelsignposts.com/Spain/shopping/el-corte-ingles-tourist-service La Roca Village – A Designer Outlet in Barcelona http://www.travelsignposts.com/Spain/shopping/la-roca-village-barcelona Sésamo – An Imaginative Vegetarian in Barcelona http://www.travelsignposts.com/Spain/food/sesamo-restaurant-barcelona La Boqueria – Barcelona’s Spectacular Food Market http://www.travelsignposts.com/Spain/featured/la-boqueria-barcelona-market
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Here's what we know about climate change and hurricanes. Subscribe to our channel! http://goo.gl/0bsAjO Sources: Peter Sinclair: https://www.yaleclimateconnections.org/author/psinclair/ IPCC AR5: https://www.ipcc.ch/pdf/assessment-report/ar5/wg1/WG1AR5_Chapter14_FINAL.pdf National Climate Assessment: http://nca2014.globalchange.gov/report/our-changing-climate/heavy-downpours-increasing NOAA/EPA https://www.epa.gov/climate-indicators/climate-change-indicators-sea-surface-temperature https://www.epa.gov/climate-indicators/climate-change-indicators-sea-level Vox.com is a news website that helps you cut through the noise and understand what's really driving the events in the headlines. Check out http://www.vox.com to get up to speed on everything from Kurdistan to the Kim Kardashian app. Check out our full video catalog: http://goo.gl/IZONyE Follow Vox on Twitter: http://goo.gl/XFrZ5H Or on Facebook: http://goo.gl/U2g06o
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Researchers are worried about the higher than usual temperatures in the Arctic, which has been warmer than Europe this week. … READ MORE : http://www.euronews.com/2018/02/28/higher-temperatures-recorded-in-arctic-than-europe What are the top stories today? Click to watch: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLSyY1udCyYqBeDOz400FlseNGNqReKkFd euronews: the most watched news channel in Europe Subscribe! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=euronews euronews is available in 13 languages: https://www.youtube.com/user/euronewsnetwork/channels In English: Website: http://www.euronews.com/news Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/euronews Twitter: http://twitter.com/euronews Google+: http://google.com/+euronews VKontakte: http://vk.com/en.euronews
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Fahrenheit, explained to the rest of the world Help us make more ambitious videos by joining the Vox Video Lab. It gets you exclusive perks, like livestream Q&As with all the Vox creators, a badge that levels up over time, and video extras bringing you closer to our work! Learn more at http://bit.ly/video-lab Since I've moved to the US in 2010, there's one thing that I still don't fully understand: the imperial system. Virtually every country on earth uses Celsius but America has yet to follow. Although it might not seem like a big deal, not using the metric system puts America at a great disadvantage. For example, American kids have to learn 2 sets of measurements making science education even more difficult. On top of that, American companies have to produce extra products to export to metric countries. So why does the United States still have such an antiquated system of measurement? Read more about Fahrenheit here: https://www.vox.com/2015/2/16/8031177/america-fahrenheit Read more about the metric system here: https://www.vox.com/2014/5/29/5758542/time-for-the-US-to-use-the-metric-system Subscribe to our channel! http://goo.gl/0bsAjO Vox.com is a news website that helps you cut through the noise and understand what's really driving the events in the headlines. Check out http://www.vox.com to get up to speed on everything from Kurdistan to the Kim Kardashian app. Check out our full video catalog: http://goo.gl/IZONyE Follow Vox on Twitter: http://goo.gl/XFrZ5H Or on Facebook: http://goo.gl/U2g06o
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Monthly evolution of Sea Surface Salinity in the period 2010-2013 derived at SMOS Barcelona Expert Center from SMOS. The maps shown are Level 4 products, generated by fusing original Level 3 SSS maps with SST maps (using singularity analysis technique) what diminishes noise and restore higher resolution structures.
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In this super simple tutorial, I'll show you how to make your city look super realistic with some easy-to-use mods! NOTE: At any point, any one of these mods could break in an update and become unusable. I can't control that. Follow me on... Twitter: https://twitter.com/Pres_YT Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/pres_yt/ Reddit: https://www.reddit.com/user/PresYT/submitted/ Watch "How to Build a Realistic City" by two dollars twenty: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KTzLXQme8Ks LINKS TO THE MODS I MENTIONED: 1. Daylight Classic http://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=530871278& 2. Dynamic Resolution http://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=812713438& 3. Relight http://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=1209581656& 4. Environment Changer & Theme Mixer http://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=611254368& http://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=775021554& 5. Ultimate Eyecandy http://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=672248733& 6. Clouds & Fog Toggler http://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=523824395& 7. PostProcessFX http://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=412146081& Multi-Platform Version (non-Windows): http://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=1138510774& NOTE: You cannot use Dynamic Resolution with the Multi-Platform version of PostProcessFX. 8. Sun Shafts (unnecessary if you use Multi-Platform PostProcessFX http://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=933513277& 9. Roads United Core 2.0 (Core+ may work better with some texture packs) http://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=633547552& ...and some nice texture packs for it NA+: http://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=763684437& US Reworked: http://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=848896702& US (Original): http://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=726004927& Germany: http://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=598151121& Europe: http://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=837112310& Also, here are some other mods I find useful: Sharper Textures (increase the clarity of textures ingame): http://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=793176674& ShadowStrengthAdjuster (adjust the strength of shadows): http://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=762520291& Vanilla Trees Remover (eliminate all vanilla trees): http://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=877950833& No Radioactive Desert And More! (stop trees from turning orange on shorelines): http://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=666425898& Advanced Vehicle Options (get rid of those bug spray vans): https://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=442167376 ...and custom assets in general. The workshop is filled with thousands of wonderful community-made buildings and props that you should use to your advantage! MY SETTINGS FOR MODS MENTIONED IN THE VIDEO: - Relight settings Brightness: 1 Gamma: 0.4 Contrast: 0.1 Temperature: 0.1 Tint: -0.2 Sun Temperature: 0.25 Sun Tint: -0.1 - The rest are default - THEMES: Springwood http://steamcommunity.com/workshop/browse/?appid=255710& Cedar Valley 4K http://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=793544772& Albedo http://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=1133680320& Cleyra http://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=929525319& - Theme Mixer settings Base theme on map load: Springwood - Changes in Theme Mixer - RuinedDiffuseTexture: Cedar Valley 4K PavementDiffuseTexture: Cleyra OilDiffuseTexture: Cedar Valley 4K OreDiffuseTexture: Cleyra SandDiffuseTexture: Cedar Valley 4K CliffDiffuseTexture: Albedo UpwardRoadDiffuse (asphalt texture): Albedo - Ultimate Eyecandy settings Latitude: 0 Longitude: 3.0 Global light intensity: 8.3 Ambient light intensity: 0.75 - PostProcessFX settings - SSAO - Intensity: 4 Radius: 2 Sample Count: High Occlusion: Depth Enable Downsampling: ON Production Music courtesy of Epidemic Sound: http://www.epidemicsound.com Sound Effects by http://audiomicro.com/sound-effects ¯\_(ツ)_/¯ congrats on reading to the end ¯\_(ツ)_/¯ ¯\_(ツ)_/¯ but there are no cookies to be found here ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
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A flyover animation of cities underwater after the climate warms four degrees and the oceans rise. Global warming: effects of 2º vs 4º. President Donald Trump's policies may lock us into 4º of warming. FB for daily news: http://www.facebook.com/thedailyconversation http://www.twitter.com/thedailyconvo Subscribe to TDC: https://www.youtube.com/TheDailyConversation/ Clips courtesy of Climate Central: http://www.climatecentral.org/ Video edited by Robin West Produced by Bryce Plank
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The hotel is located just across the road from the beach and the harbour is only a few minutes' walk (about 50-100 metres away). Plenty of shopping venues, restaurants and bars are all found in the hotel's immediate vicinity (within a radius of about 500 metres). The nearest public transport links are just a stone's throw from the hotel (approximately 50 metres).Opened in 2001, this conference hotel, which lies on a main road, offers a total of 115 rooms spread over 6 floors of which 105 are double rooms and 10 are junior suites. Amongst the comfortable hotel facilities count a foyer with 24-hour reception, a safe, currency exchange desk, cloakroom as well as lifts and a car park and a garage. Dining options include a cafÃÂ©, a bar and an air-conditioned ÃÂ la carte restaurant with a separate non-smoking area. Guests may also make use of the conference room, Internet terminal as well as the room and laundry services.Rafaelhoteles Diagonal Port is situated right on the beach, at only 15 minutes away from the airport, in the privileged district called "Front Maritim", a developing nucleus which links with the future Technological Centre of Barcelona.All 105 standard rooms and 10 suites, are designed and equipped with leading edge technology: full equipped bathroom in marble, individual temperature control, mini bar, digital safe, Pay TV, ISDN modem line in all rooms, satellite TV, hair-dryer, piped music, large working desk. The hotel also has multi-purpose rooms, adapted to the physically challenged.For your business meetings and social functions, Rafaelhoteles Diagonal Port offers 7 meeting rooms, of which 5 are divisible. Each room has natural daylight, sea view, independent temperature controls, cordless phones, and Wireless and ISDN lines. 60 garage spaces, tourist information department, laundry service, garden terrace, room-service, Business Center, Wireless.The hotel has also a bar hall and a restaurant. In our restaurant Alacena you can enjoy the splendid M
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SUBSCRIBE my channel here: https://goo.gl/F8gn4Z URL video: https://youtu.be/cI70Qj42leI G+ here: https://goo.gl/UzMJVe ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Putin Condemns Barcelona Attack - putin condemns barcelona attack, calls for international anti-terrorism response. Russia Donald Trump Vladimir Putin putin condemns barcelona attack calls for international anti-terrorism response. Russian President Vladimir Putin has publically condemned the Thursday terrorist attack in Barcelona, Spain that left 13 dead. He also called for a united international response to fight terrorism. "We strongly condemn this cruel and cynical crime perpetrated against ordinary citizens," said Putin in a statement that expressed condolences to the King of Spain, Philip VI, as well as the friends and relatives of those harmed in the attack. He went on to say that the van ramming terror attack "reaffirms once again the need to truly unite the efforts of the entire international community in the fight against terrorist forces." Earlier in the day, the Russian Foreign Ministry tweeted their own condolences to Spain. "We strongly condemn the terrorist attack in Barcelona, and we are sure that there is no justification for this evil," they wrote. "We convey the words of sympathy to the people of Spain. We mourn together with you." ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
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one year of travelling, exploring and meeting incredible people. distance travelled: 9700 miles lowest temperature: -15c (Russia) highest temperature: 34c (Barcelona) countries visited: 12 bicycles spawned: 6 shots taken: 300000000 noodles eaten: many beard growth 750mm events missed: 3 cameras used: 1 locations Monte Carlo, York, Beijing, Warsaw, Florence, London, Yekaterinburg, Barcelona, Mongolia, Venice, Leicester, Genoa, Limoux, Buñol, Carcassonne, Minsk, Omsk, the Great Wall of China, Moscow, Preixan and the Mediterranean Sea. music by CATACOMBKID - sigur ros vs. the beach boys Leicester, UK 2015
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2019 Mercedes-Benz MCV 800 Coach Bus seen from outside and inside. The vehicle has Mercedes-Benz chassis model OC 500 RF 2542 3-axle chassis. Engine is Mercedes-Benz OM457 LA. III Turbo charging with charged air cooling (air/air), 6-cylinder in-line diesel with electronic engine management - water cooled smoke emission according to Euro 3 optional Euro 5, 310 kW (421 hp) at 2000 rpm. Max torque 1900 Nm at 1100 rpm. Transmission is MB GO 210 6-speed manual. Service brake is electronic braking system (EBS) with disc brakes, ABS and ASR integrated. Parking brake is spring-loaded. Exhaust brake is via steering column switch, engine with continuous throttle. Retarded is VOITH VR 115 E. Front axle is ZF independent wheel suspension RL 75/E with triangular control arms and anti-roll bar (7.5 t). Drive axle is MB rigid axle HO 6/3 DCL(S) - 13 (12.5 t). Trailing axle is actively steered trailing axle with ZF-steering system EHZ (7.5 t). Pneumatic suspension with additional spring integrated in the air bellows. Front suspension is 2 shock absorbers, 2 bellows on the front axle. Rear suspension is 4 shock absorbers, 4 bellows on the drive axle, 2 shock absorbers, 2 bellows on the trailing axle. Tyres are 295/80 R22.5. Fuel tank is 410 liters. Batteries are 2x12 V - 225 Ah. Alternator is 2x28V/140 A. Overall length 14080 mm. Overall width 2500 mm. Overall height 4000 mm. Wheelbase 7100/1350 mm. Front overhang 2615 mm. Rear overhang 3015 mm. Internal height 1810 mm Lower - 1690 mm - Upper. Luggage capacity ~7 cubic meters. Welded closed profile body structure. Effective insulation against heat and sound. Plug doors, front and middle electro-pneumatic actuation. Passenger capacity 56 seats (40 seats upper deck & 16 seats lowe deck) with toilet and kitchen. Seats pitch lower deck 840 mm + 2 tables + toilet + kitchen. Upper R.H.S. front of center door 815 mm. Upper R.H.S. behind center door 900 mm. Upper L.H.S 805 mm. Type of seats: High back luxury seats with seat belts and side motion. Ventilation: Separate zone A/C 38 kW for upper saloon, 28 kW for lower saloon. 7 kW for driver and 7 kW for sleeping compartment. Front box (Demister). Side windows: Fixed toughened safety glass windows. Roof system with air duct/personal units, parcel rack, air suspended driver seat, powered driver's window. Fridge integrated in kitchen, toilet, heating with side convectors, rear view camera, DVD player with 4 LCD monitors. Two passenger information signs (digital clock; ambient temperature and WC occupancy). The bus was presented at 2018 IAA commercial vehicles, Hannover, Germany - Thursday, 20 September - Thursday, 27 September 2018.
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More pictures from my trip to Spain. Various images from around the town center, on a day with unusually shitty weather. More specific locations: The church Santa Maria del Mar (made famous by Ildefonso Falcones' novel 'Cathedral of the Sea') and the Sagrada Familia.
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Help 100.000 Subscribers!!! Paris aquarium became home on Wednesday (January 16) to 45 species of mesmerising, fluorescing jellyfish in an exhibition that aims to highlight the impact of global warming on the biodiversity of the oceans. Unlike the majority of species on display at the aquarium, jellyfish numbers are thriving in the conditions caused by the increase in sea temperatures around the world. Paris Aquarium director, Alexis Powilewicz, decided to dedicate 24 tanks to the alien-like species as a visual evidence of the impact of global warming on marine biodiversity, saying he hopes that visitors will come and learn about the delicate balance of the ocean's flora and fauna. Jellyfish are gelatinous animals with umbrella shaped bodies with often stinging trailing tentacles, living up to a year. The impact of jellyfish's stings vary between species, some causing a mere irritation to humans and others proving life threatening. Increases in marine temperatures and pollution levels boost the growth of plankton on which jellyfish feed, which has caused, particularly in the Black Sea and the Baltic region, sharp increases in jellyfish populations, Paris Aquarium experts say.
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Buy apartment with sea view Barcelona, VEN128 87sqm 2beds Apartment with magnificent sea views seafront of Barcelona. The interior of the building is made of marble. The elevator leads to the top floor of the building where we find this beautiful jewel. The apartment has modern distribution and huge amount of light in each room. The space is divided between 1 suite, 1 double bedroom, living room, kitchen, independent bathroom and hallways. All windows open onto a lovely garden with sea views and give a feeling of tranquility. The heating and hot water work from gas, air conditioning and quality carpentry provide the perfect temperature throughout the summer. The building is equipped with video intercom. The apartment is sold furnished with quality appliances, including Bosch. Please, contact us for more information or visit our web site: www.elioreproperties.com
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Contact Mihai Algos of Stroomwell Investment Group for more information, Cell (US) + 1 530 632 7513 or email to [email protected] Nine sea view apartments on the Mediterranean Sea with unobstructed views. Prices starting at just $220,000. Includes shared garden and pool! Each apartment features a terrace with breathing views! Great investment property with high appreciation plus rental income. Each of the 9 apartments offer unobstructed views of the Mediterranean Sea. Central to golf, tennis, horse riding, diving, sailing and windsurfing with truly outstanding French Catalan cuisine, it is a food and wine haven which hosts a local one star Michelen restaurant. There are numerous diving clubs offering a view of on of the most exceptional, submerged marine worlds in the Mediterranean. It is a divers paradise with over 65 hectares of protected submarine reserve. Skiing is found in the Pyrenees mountains within 1 hour of Cerbere. There are 12 ski resorts in the Catalan Pyrenees, with 200 runs and 150 ski lifts. The Languedoc-Rousillon brings 14 million tourists per year including 4 million foreigners; 100 million over-nights, 3 billion Euro revenue - Languedoc Roussillon is the fourth largest French tourist region in one of the most visited countries in the world. Easy access from Perpignon and Girona airports including direct flights from all over Europe. Upon the completion of the high speed TGV line between Perpignon and Barcelona in 2011, travel time between Perpignon and Barcelona will reduce from 2.5 hours to 50 minutes and importantly, Barcelona and Paris will be linked by this Perpignon junction bringing a serge in population growth, property investment, and tourism. The Spanish will continue to take advantage of the Languedocs less expensive and higher return, Mediterranean seaside investment property, with an upcoming speedy commute to Barcelona via the new TGV connection. Excellent European climate, with 300 days of sunshine, and summer temperatures averaging 30 degrees Celcius. Rental Income tax in France is 7%, which is one of the lowest in the EU countries. Capital Gains taxes are reduced by 10% each 5 years after the first 5 years amounting to 0% (Full CGT exemption) after 15 years holding. France is a historically strong and stable market and a safe country to invest in property, due to its strict buying process and legal system. Capital appreciation is averaging15% in Cerbere and is expected to peak in 2011 to 35% (+) as a result of 2 major events: The TGV connection from Barcelona to Perpignan, coinciding with the height of the global baby-boomer retiring population also in 2011. The arrival of the TGV in Perpignan will emulate the positive affect on the local property market which Marseille experienced upon the arrival of the TGV, where capital appreciation rose to 35%. Contact Mihai Algos of Stroomwell Investment Group for more information, Cell (US) + 1 530 632 7513. [email protected]
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☀ Spain ☀ landscape, sea, waves ☀ SUNSET ☀ Surfing ☀ Relax, entertainment, HOLIDAY ☀ summer travel ☀ Mediterranean sea ☀ Luxury travel ☀ Lovely nice, sunrise & sunset ☀ Charming, luxury holiday in friendly Spanish country. In Spain you can enjoy really good, emotional with a lot of excitement and adrenaline surfing, windsurfing, fishing, yachting, sailing, diving. Spain beautiful, impressive parts of Europe, to which you want to return again and again, & you will come back again & again. There you can see beautiful charming sunrises & sunsets. Listen to the soothing sounds of the sea & beautiful surf sounds. Traveling with car all the way till you rich the many beautiful area, historic city's, fun cute house, surfers, yachts, ships, famous Spanish places, & provinces. The beauty of Spain provinces: Malaga, Murcia, Almeria, Alicante, Cadiz, Granada, Valencia, barcelona, catalunya the different blue's of the Mediterranean sea & the clear blue skies are wonderful to see. Lovely landscape. Spain is great for live or holidays whether you a looking nice beach, sunset, sunrise, romantic, moonlight nights, relax, calm, villa, delicious sea food, paella, fresh orange juice, basic or diving entertainment. You are welcome in small friendly Spanish tow: Ronda, Mazarron, puerto de mazarron, Isla Plana, La Azohia, Estepona, Torre del Mar, Arcos de la Frontera, Bolnuevo, Marbella, Fuengirola, Nerja, Mijas, San Sebastian and please enjoy historic cite's: Seville, Barcelona, Granada, Madrid, Bilbao, Toledo, Palma de Mallorca, Zaragoza, Tarragona, Gerona Gijon, Huelva, Burgos, Leon, Santander, Logrono, Segovia. Holiday, Living in Spain is nice and popular. You like Spain - expat spain. Enjoy living in spain. The weather is often nice glorious in March, April & May with temperature in the 70’s and then bars, restaurants comfortable & not too crowded. September again is a great month to visit because again almost everyone has gone, the beaches are 3/4 empty, the temperatures are still up in the 70’s. As you would expect in July and August, Spain is heaving with many happy, smile people everywhere. The whole place is heaven on earth with so many activities to do in Spain / Ispanija / Espana, spain, murcia. I wish you a memorable & good to spend time :) A nice time & summer. Beautiful moments. Perfect holiday :) Surfing ☀ España ☀ paisaje, mar, olas ☀ PUESTA DEL SOL ☀ Relajarse, entretenimiento, VACACIONES ☀ viajes de verano ☀ The videos/movie and photos are taken from their own travel album. Follow Me :)
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