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Barcelona | A Lazy Day

Barcelona | A Lazy Day

After two days full of walking, sightseeing and shopping, Saturday dawned bright and sunny, so there was only really one option – the beach. Badalona is a mere 20 minutes on the train from the centre of Barcelona, and you can use your T-10 or metro ticket to get...
Barcelona | Playing Tourist

Barcelona | Playing Tourist

About a month ago, my sister Katherine came to visit for a few days allowing me to both see her lovely face and get out there and play tourist. Whilst a 3 month stay in a city does not a local make, it’s easy to get complacent and having visitors is the perfect...
Barcelona Vintage Market & Two Market BCN

Barcelona Vintage Market & Two Market BCN

With this weekend offering plenty of markets in the city, I couldn’t help but share a few recommendations. Aside from the beautiful Palo Alto market, there are so many others on offer in Barcelona and I wanted to give a bit of attention to two more today....
Barcelona | Palo Alto Market

Barcelona | Palo Alto Market

The first weekend of the month is full of markets here in Barcelona, and for that reason it’s rapidly become my favourite – vintage stalls, food, drink, live music…in my opinion, that’s the mixture for a pretty ideal weekend. Since December...
Barcelona | Bunkers del Carmel

Barcelona | Bunkers del Carmel

Barcelona is a city with many amazing view points. Parc Guell springs to mind, and I’m sure that the view from the W Hotel is pretty spectacular as well. But last weekend, I am pretty sure I found the one to top them all and the best part is, it’s totally...
Food + Travel | Borkonyha Winekitchen

Food + Travel | Borkonyha Winekitchen

Budapest is experiencing something of a gastro boom at the moment (in my opinion the food has always been great but new places to eat and drink are popping up all over the place). Nestled in a street at the heart of the city, only a stone’s throw from the...