2013/04/23

Feet on the Ground: Haro, Barrio de la Estación.

Feet on the ground, Haro

 
Once more, I want to share with you a nice and singular pavement I found last week while we were visiting the exhibition around Haro and “La Rioja,Tierra Abierta”.
There is a picturesque tourist train that takes you from the centre of the village to the traditional wineries railway station, and there you can have a walk around the oldest wineries of Rioja and go into some of them.

Duelas como pavimento


And there it is, a great way of recycling the pieces of oak wine barrels and a naturally soft and pleasant pavement to make a break in your wine tour around Haro.
I really recommend the visit and, why not, get the train and enjoy the tour…
Have a great week and don’t forget to look under your feet…
Here you have some more ‘Feet on the ground’ posts, can you tell me about a singular pavement you usually have under your shoes?
Cadaqués, where I’m always thinking about going back
Amazing Aspen brick pavement, USA...

4 comentarios:

  1. Smart pavement! beatiful and sustanaible solution.

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  2. Javi,
    As you see there's a long life for the barrels...
    And the 'duelas' are beautiful pieces to recycle.
    Thanks for your kind comments

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  3. Hmmm, ¡precioso pavimento! También el de Cadaqués. Saludos, y enhorabuena por el blog, que no conocía y me guardo ahora entre los favoritos de mi blogroll. Andrés

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  4. Gracias Andrés,
    Los pavimentos y su buena ejecución son algunas de mis pequeñas "obsesiones" profesionales. Me alegro que te guste y que podamos compartir aquí.
    Un saludo,
    @evazzm

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