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Zach Frolich, our local expert and guest writer from Valencia, has another important credential to add to his career. He is a chocoholic. Doing research on beaches...
By admin | Published: March 11, 2012
Sometimes, you just gotta be there and if you can't make it to Valencia for Las Fallas, our guest writer and expert from Valencia, entices...
By admin | Published: March 5, 2012
While many know the Costa Blanca from Benidorm holidays and sun-drenched, sangria splashed summer vacations, there is more to this region of Spain than days on the beach. In fact, winter and early spring are good times to visit when Las Fallas, one of the most spectacular festivals in Spain, are on full [...]
By admin | Published: February 29, 2012
Very cool hotels in Seville all in walking distance or in old Seville...
By admin | Published: January 27, 2012
Shhhhhhhh. Listen. You may hear a shrill whistle, twittering up the scale and back down. This is a sound of old Spain...
By admin | Published: November 19, 2011
Big names are tootin' horns and banging drums in Barcelona. So set 'em up joe, cuz thousands are coming out for the 43rd Voll-Damm International Jazz Festival in Barcelona. Bring your dancin' shoes. October 20 - December 1. Baby, it's cold outside. Let's fall in love.
By admin | Published: October 22, 2011
On our third birthday of The Spain Scoop, we celebrate the unwavering adventure of living in Spain and writing in the wilderness of the blog world. With 344 posts, we Scoopettes continue to inspire, encourage and infuse each other with ideas
By admin | Published: October 20, 2011
Take a day trip from Barcelona, Penedes wine region has over 270 wineries...
By admin | Published: October 19, 2011
When Regina and I travel, signs tell us alot. And I don't mean your basic 'bar' sign. Signs can describe...
By admin | Published: October 12, 2011
Back from our vacations and rejoining the Barcelona buzz, Regina, Arthur and...
By admin | Published: October 8, 2011
Beautiful, blustery Tarifa. Perched on the southernmost point of continental Spain, Tenerife tourism ...
By admin | Published: October 4, 2011
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
History in Spain tells us that the Spanish brought sunflowers back from Mexico and Peru.
By admin | Published: August 3, 2011
On with Photo Friday and cool museums in Spain. If you have traveled to southern Spain, you will know...
By admin | Published: July 27, 2011
Mitte is one of the most attractive bars in Barcelona and a new addition to the Barcelona arts scene. It's minimal, sleek, and eclectic with it's old marble tables and diversity of cool chairs
By admin | Published: July 23, 2011
On with the month of July and the Photo Fridays with museums in Spain.
By admin | Published: July 22, 2011
When you travel in Spain, you have to be cautious. Hot tourist spots attract pickpockets almost all over the world. Madrid, Barcelona, Granada...
By admin | Published: July 9, 2011
By Nancy Todd For the month of July, The Scoop is having you guess museums in Spain. This one has been designed by the world famous architect, Frank Gehry. When I went to the city where this museum is located, I thought, no way will this beauty fit in Spain. I was wrong. It integrates [...]
By admin | Published: July 8, 2011
Yes, The Scoopettes love the islands off the coast of Spain. The island of Ibiza, internationally known for it's notorious...
By admin | Published: July 1, 2011