Spain is a beautiful country. I have already been to Malaga and Madrid. Barcelona has been on my short list for sometime. I am finally glad I got the opportunity to visit. We tried to pack in as much as we could in a few days while also just relaxing a bit. I hope what we did will inspire your Barcelona plans. Here is how we spent 3 fun days in Barcelona, Spain.
Once again I made my way to the Jacob Javits Center in New York City to attend the New York International Auto Show. I have been going to this show since I was a teenager. The show is open from April 19th – 28th. Tickets are $17 for adults and $7 for kids 12 and under. If you plan to go or just can’t make it here is a peak at the cool cars I got to see prior to it opening.
The amount of places to eat in Barcelona are endless. So much so that it could be difficult to choose. I saw many of the same places recommended over and over to try out, but I didn’t bother. Once in Barcelona I looked at TripAdvisor and tried out one place a couple of blocks from the hotel. The other 2 places were highly recommended by this wonderful lady who worked at the hotel.
When visiting Barcelona you must see some of Antoni Gaudi’s work. His name is synonymous with this Catalonian city. His work can be found all over the city with over 20 sites to see and choose from. I had the opportunity to see some, but got up close to 4. I wish I had seen more, but I will save that for the next time.
I have been wanting to visit Barcelona, Spain for some time now. I have already been to Malaga and Madrid. Those two cities were great, Malaga being my favorite of the two. They have helped make Spain one of my favorite places to visit, but Barcelona really made it even more so. With so much to see and do in this city, there are things you should know before heading there!
I have been wanting to visit Charleston, South Carolina for a while. The charming photos and of course the southern food was a selling point. Another was that it is on so many lists as the must visit city. So when I finally had the opportunity to visit, I jumped on it. While only being there one day, I can say I look forward to going back.
There are so many things to see, do, and know about New York City. As a person born and raised in New York City, it is important to help those who want to come visit this concrete jungle. With the help of my fellow blogger friend Adanna from Rattles & Heels we have 10 tips that we hope help while you are visiting NYC. Honestly there is so much to know about New York City there will most likely be more posts I write about this.
Not having a destination wedding? No problem! You can definitely feel like you did like this couple did with their travel themed wedding. They split their wedding ceremony and reception between Kentucky and Ohio.
Although the bride wishes she wasn’t so meticulous about all the little details, they look beautiful. If this doesn’t inspire ideas and wanderlust then I don’t know what would. So if you are having a destination wedding or not this should definitely stir up your imagination.