Posts Tagged‘Barcelona’

Barcelona is a wonderful city full of charm, history and culture. However, when most people think of Spain, we think sunshine and hot weather. Although Barcelona does not get overly cold in the winter months,…

Of all the cities in Europe, few have the mystique Barcelona does. With immensely stylish buildings, gorgeous beaches, and locals who live life to the fullest, it’s not hard to see why this place draws…

When you hear ‘Spain’ most people think of the crowded and touristy Costas, or the Balearic or Canary islands, but there is so much more to this country than its typical seaside resorts. One of…

I’m an American (imagine your grossest Philadelphia accent as you fantasize about me saying that, or, Click here to listen!). In the past, I used to really dread saying I was a member of Uncle Sam’s…

Formula One in Monaco

Formula One’s fans expect excitement, fast cars and alcoholic beverages but not many people know that luxury and F1 were destined to go hand in hand. Being one of the most glamorous sports in the…

drinking absinthe

While the name might seem rather unassuming, Bar Marsella is one of the coolest bar’s I’ve ever been to. Not because they have wet t-shirt contests, rock bottom prices, or just awesome music, but because of…

When I was in college, I decided to study abroad in Barcelona.  I wanted to go somewhere to learn Spanish, (Barcelona is a crappy place to do that as most people speak Catalan, or at…

Roman Architecture in Tarragona, Spain

When I travel, I’m allured to creating personal connections with people and places.  While seeing the heroic metropolises of Paris, London and New York London and New York are on every human’s bucket list, I prefer…

Why choose London?
London city breaks offer an extraordinary wealth of famous sights among a vibrant, multi-cultural atmosphere. Few destinations are able to compete with London in terms of the wealth of sightseeing available.
London’s best attractions
From Buckingham Palace and the Tower of London to Westminster Abbey and Trafalgar Square, London offers attractions for […]

Studying Abroad in Barcelona

So you’re toying with the idea that you might want to take your academic (or lack thereof) endeavors overseas.  Maybe you’re looking for an excuse to get to travel on the dime of your parentals…

One of the coolest places I visited while living in Barcelona was the Salvador Dali Museum in Figueres, Spain (actually known as the Teatre-Museu Gala Salvador Dalí).  Figueres is a small city about 1.5 hours…

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