I wanted to share my personal favorites for my favorite area of my beloved Barcelona, Poblenou. In the last seven years, I’ve lived in various parts of the city, but Poblenou is special. An old industrial neighborhood located in the north of the Mediterranean-facing city, Poblenou is rich with history, culture and home to lotsContinue reading “My Favorites: Poblenou”
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Misconceptions About Living Abroad
I recently had the pleasure of going to a Jim Gaffigan comedy show in Barcelona with my good friend, Megan. The show, part of his international PALE TOURIST tour, took place at Club Capitol on Las Ramblas on a Saturday night in late February. It was hilarious – almost two hours of non-stop belly laughsContinue reading “Misconceptions About Living Abroad”
24 Hours in Sevilla
Andalusia, the southern region of Spain, has a special place in my heart for many reasons, but one of the top ones certainly has to be their hospitality and warmth. In general, the people are nice and friendly, and there’s so much to see, do & eat down there. Here’s a recap of what toContinue reading “24 Hours in Sevilla”
Flax & What?
Calling all health nuts… in Barcelona that is… You guys if you haven’t tried Flax & Kale yet, don’t walk – run! Located in a sunny corner spot on Carrer de Tallers, Flax & Kale has quickly become a healthy restaurant staple in Barcelona’s Raval area, and the city at large for that matter. They’re proudContinue reading “Flax & What?”