//
archives

Spain – Barcelona

This category contains 7 posts

A wander around Barcelona (part 3)

So the last of my series on Barcelona around the Gothic Quarter.  If you ever get a chance to go to Barcelona, I highly recommend it, a beautiful city with loads of history and easy to get around. Don’t ask me what these buildings are, or where to find them, like I said, we just … Continue reading

A wander around Barcelona (part 2)

While we were in Barcelona we stayed at a small hotel on La Rambla, right near the Gothic Quarter.  We spent most of the time wandering around this fantastic city.   There is so much to do and see and its really easy to get around. Don’t ask me what these buildings are, or where to find them, … Continue reading

A wander around Barcelona

Other than England, I’d never been to Europe before.  So my first foray into Europe proper was Barcelona.  We got to spend a few days here prior to our Transatlantic cruise. We stayed at a small hotel on La Rambla, right near the Gothic Quarter.  Barcelona is a fantastic city to visit.  Easy to get around and … Continue reading

Why I want to return to Barcelona …

… because we didn’t try a single one. What a waste!  

Getting to know the locals in Barcelona

Wandering around Barcelona, we happened across this little guy.  We stopped to say hola but he didn’t want to know us… how rude! And a little bit of related humour… A butcher walks into a lawyer’s office and casually asks the lawyer, “If a Dachshund came into my shop, and stole a roast, would I … Continue reading

Roman Graves at Plaça Vila de Madrid, Barcelona, Spain

Sometimes wandering around a strange city, with no particular place to go or thing to see, allows you to stumble upon the unexpected.  This is exactly what happened to us while visiting Barcelona.  I’m not sure where we were going or even where we had been on this particular day, but we happened to pass … Continue reading

A slightly surreal experience at Park Güell – Barcelona, Spain

Ah Barcelona!  My first experience of Europe (if you don’t count the UK).  We had a few days before our Transatlantic cruise in which to explore this warm, vibrant city.  One of the stops on our itinerary was Dr Seussland Park Güell created by the artist Antoni Gaudi. All joking aside, if Dr Seuss and Gaudi weren’t … Continue reading

Enter your email address to follow this blog and receive notifications of new posts by email.

Join 2,414 other followers

Follow me on Twitter

Sausage #dog butt #dachshund .
.
#dogs #dogsofinstagram @dachshundsinparadise #dachshundsofinstagram #cute #alice Nearly every night Webster makes a new web - s/he has been with us since January and has grown a fair bit since he took up residence #spider #goldcoast .
.
#queensland #australia #insect #bug #nature #wildlife #webster #web Green tea flavoured KitKat for dessert - curiouser and curiouser #chocolate #vietnam .
.
#vietnamese #food #nestle #greentea Notre Dame Cathedral #hochiminhcity #vietnam .
.
#travelphotography #travelblogger #travel #church #cathedral #religion #catholic #asia Delicious strawberry and mango smoothies #food #vietnam .
.
#vietnamese #smoothie #asia #foodporn #travel #travelblogger #travelphotography #hochiminhcity Iced #vietnamese #coffee #yum Delicious lunch at Veggie Saigon Restaurant #food #vietnam .
.
#hochiminhcity #vietnamese #travelphotography #travelblogger #travel #vacation #holiday #foodporn #foodphotography #asia Anyone know what these beautiful exotic red fruits are?  Photo taken in the Hoi An market #vietnam .
.
#market #vietnamese #unesco #hoian #holiday #vacation #travel #travelblogger #travelphotography Hoi An is so beautiful at night with the lanterns #vietnam #travel .
.
#vietnamese #hoian #holiday #vacation #travelblogger #travelphotography #market #unesco #lantern #pretty

Most Viewed Posts