A Layover in Barcelona
Jun05

A Layover in Barcelona

Coming back from wonderful Rome, I had a long layover in Barcelona. Rather than sit around in the airport, I took full advantage of being in this vibrant city and hopped on the bus from the airport to the city center. I intentionally try to schedule long layovers into my travel plans, because in some sneaky way, it feels like you get a peek at another destination for free! I like to tell myself that anyway. Here’s what I saw...

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The Places That Hooked Me in…
Sep28

The Places That Hooked Me in…

You know that moment when you’re in a new place, whether it be for a few hours or a few days and your pulse quickens a bit? When you glance around and your surroundings absolutely grab you? It may hit you unexpectedly—during an amazing al fresco meal, while strolling out on a balmy night, or watching the sun set. It may overwhelm your senses all at once. The relationship you can have with a new place is like love; you’re left wanting...

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Gracia Festival Barcelona (Guest Post)

One of my favorite travel bloggers, Christine of C’est Christine, whom I discovered as I was just starting out with my own blog, has contributed a guest post today on the Gracia festival in Barcelona. Christine’s writing is always top-notch, her photography stunning, and her expat life that has taken her to two countries and continents (first France, now Australia!) —so fun to follow. Thanks, Christine! As I wandered around Barcelona...

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Barcelona: Bohemian Grandeur pt. II
Oct07

Barcelona: Bohemian Grandeur pt. II

Continued from Barcelona: Bohemian Grandeur part I On The Street: Camp Nou/Avinguda Aristides Maillol, s/n, 08028, Barcelona Living in Spain has reawakened the fútbol fan inside of me. A trip to Barcelona wouldn’t have been complete in my mind without seeing Camp Nou, home to Barcelona F.C.: arguably one of the best teams in the sport, in the world. Luckily for me, there are plenty of Cheap Flights from where I live in the south of...

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