So you have that summer trip to Spain all mapped out, and now all you have left to do is to wait around and watch every day as the U.S. Dollar plummets against the euro once again. Have no fear, there are plenty of ways to see everything you want and to get by on […]
The Alhambra is amazing to see during the day, just wait until you see it at night. I’ve also been listening to a lot of Spanish guitar music lately, so this video’s got that going for it, which is nice.
Travel with Beebe as she explores the 12th century Catalan Cistercian monastery of Poblet and its wine fields in the heart of Catalonia. By Beebe Bahrami My friend Mia had joined me for ten days during my research into the sacred sites of Catalonia. We were currently fixed at a local café across the street […]
So you’re one of the 4,427,186 visitors heading to Barcelona this year, but you want a leg up on what’s going on and what to do while in La Ciudad Condal? Check out Barcelona ex-pat blogger David Brydon who “started writing blogging” (I think there’s one too many verbs in there) about Barcelona after seeing […]
Is it really possible to do a major European travel destination on the cheap? Is fall a better time to visit Barcelona now that summer is over? Does Woody Allen’s new movie “Vicky Cristina Barcelona” make you want to visit there or does it make you just miss classic ’70’s Woody? Well it is possible […]
Exploring the magical city of Oviedo, the jewel of northern Spain. By Beebe Bahrami Jetlagged but finally at our destination, Miles and I checked in at the Hotel Favila, dropped off our backpacks, splashed our groggy faces with cold water, and joined the swelling crowd for the evening stroll along Calle Uria. The critical mass […]
From The North To The South, A Look At Three Cities Of Spain As Unique As The Country Itself By Ben Snook Getting off the plane at Santiago airport felt like cheating. Ever since the bones of St James turned up at Santiago de Compostela more than a thousand years ago, pilgrims have trekked through […]
A motorcycle trip through Spain’s slightly untouched backcountry By Ian Middleton The winds were blowing savagely against my body as I fought to stay on the bike and maintain some control over its movements. It was the beginning of January and normally this time of year most people choose to leave their bikes tucked away […]