“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
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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 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
On the way to Barcelona’s Spanish Village (Poble Espanyol), we first passed the reconstruction of Mies van der Rohe’s Spanish Pavilion, the original of which had been built for the city’s International Exposition of 1929. 633 more words
Vuelven los dias soleados, el calor, las cervecitas a media tarde y con ellos el Brunch Electronik!
Y este año nueva ubicación… Poble Espanyol! Que no hace menos a la experiencia si no que darle más magia a las tardes de brunch con su arquitectura típica de los pueblos más pintorescos de España. 40 more words