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Chalk drawings on the streets start the party weekend celebrating the Corpus Christi Festival in romantic...
By admin | Published: June 6, 2013
Pallea, hot steamed mussels, creative tapas, and spicy sausage sandwiches are just a few of the delectable ...
By admin | Published: March 27, 2012
Want sun? Sitges, with 300 sunny days a year, is your hot spot. Located a shell’s throw from Barcelona on the Mediterranean Sea, this old fishing village retains its small town ambiance
By admin | Published: September 25, 2011
You are at the beach and have worked up an appetite slathering on the sun lotion, swimming, and a playing a tough game of volleyball. Hungry? Head to a chiringuito, a casual bar/restaurant serving you on the beach - another example of the food culture in Spain
By admin | Published: August 1, 2011
Lanzorte Island, located about 600 miles off the southern coast of Spain, is a weird and wonderful place. Don't expect squawking parrots and brash monkeys. Formed by volcanoes, the dramatic reddish brown landscape shrouds the largest submerged volcanic tunnel in the world6
By admin | Published: February 8, 2011
Barcelona’s port is actually a series of small ports linked together and accessed by pedestrians via a...
By admin | Published: February 5, 2011
The thing about a stay-cation, is there's no hotel room. And therefore, no room service, maid service, or poolside drinks or pay-per-view... While many people in Spain spend sleepless nights on uncomfortable hotel beds, or are being roused at the wee hours of the morning by persistent maids wanting tidy up, I am snug as a bug in my own home. This is just one of the many perks taking a stay-cation has.
By admin | Published: August 9, 2010