It was a sunny Saturday of November, so we decided to finally make that trip to the adjacent to Barcelona town of Sitges, a trip that we were planning for the last 2 months and kept on postponing it… OK, I rephrase because the pictures will shout I’m a liar…
Forget about the first part of pictures I showed you, you can find this kind of stuff anywhere, as far as the perspective is concerned. . . Part II is for my own Barcelona, the one I keep in mind as a jewel.
14 months of living in a city gives you undoubtedly plenty of time. I seized the opportunity to go sightseeing to almost every piece of art created by the hands of genius renowned architect Antoni Gaudí, explore the bars in Raval, Barri Gòtic and Gràcia, celebrate goals at the temple of football Camp Nou, walk along the Barceloneta beach at night, climb the Tibidabo Mountain by the Funicular de Tibidabo, watch the correfoc at the central streets during La Mercè Festival and smell the freshly picked roses while buying books along the Rambla on Sant Jordi’s day, Catalonia’s patron saint.
This one´s for my beloved Castellón de la Plana, the place where I spent the six more particularly spectacular months of my life as an Erasmus student! Life full of colours…yes, this would be the most representative title for this period! So many colours in faces, places, cultures, languages, tastes! The Erasmus life is a […]
Given the chance of being at Galicia, I couldn’t miss the chance to visit its second largest city and international port, A Coruña! The mere idea of reaching the point that the european land meets the Atlantic Ocean, was stimulating me! Of course, it wasn´t just that the reason! I was craving for more, green […]
I ‘ve been dreaming for a long time a trip to Galicia, the Celtic land of Spain! The land where everything is green, as a Galician friend used to ensure me! And which city would be more adecuate to start with than the all over Europe (at least) famous meeting point of pilgrims, Santiago de […]