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Barcelona and Andorra: December 2015

Upon realizing I hadn’t left the US for six months (the longest I’ve ever gone without using my passport), I knew we had to decide on Christmas break plans and buy some plane tickets.  991 more words

Europe

Narrow Streets


When we had been to Spain last year, we went to this place called Poble Espanyol in Barcelona. Since we had been to other places in Spain and Barcelona being our last stop, I couldn’t really appreciate this place much because we had seen the narrow streets and cobbled pathways in real and hence this replica didn’t hold much of my attention. 37 more words

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Barcelona Part II: Poble Espanyol

In my first post on Barcelona, I promised you a write-up dedicated to Poble Espanyol, an architectural museum in Barcelona, a stone’s throw away from the magic fountain. 264 more words

Travel

Cultuur & sangria momentjes

“In eighteenth-century France there lived a man who was one of the most gifted and abominable personages in an era that knew no lack of gifted and abominable personages.” (Patrick Süskind) 427 more words

Ivana + Lotte

Stel je voor dat je ergens rond je tiende op vakantie een Nederlands meisje tegen het lijf loopt. Je trekt de hele reis met elkaar op en wisselt op de laatste dag adressen uit. 346 more words

Wine Tapas Arribes del Duero - Poble Espanyol, Barcelona

I decided to move to Barcelona some weeks ago. Because my beloved brother lives here. Because I love Spain. Because I am looking for a job I suppose Spain could give me. 181 more words

Barcelona

City Discovery: The Beauty and Beaches of Barcelona

Discover Barcelona

Barcelona is the perfect place to study abroad. The compact and manageable, modernist, cosmopolitan city is contained on one side by the beautiful beaches and water of the Mediterranean Sea that students gravitate to after class, and on the other side by the mountains that offer breathtaking views and miles of hiking trails. 797 more words

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