Tag Archives: Spain

Poblenou: the “Newest” Town in Barcelona

The following is a guest post from Ricardo Gisbert, an Editor of Barcelona N’ Do. He shares the inside look on Poblenou, Barcelona.  Barcelona is a city with a strong, unique personality. Each neighborhood has a unique image; however, there’s currently … Continue reading

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Must Experience: Carnival of Cádiz, Spain

The following is a guest post by Heidi of the family travel blog Wagoners Abroad. About 15 years ago, my husband Alan and I had the opportunity to experience Carnival in Venice, Italy. To this day, it is one of … Continue reading

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Must-See: Top Travel Destinations Around the World in 2012

What are the top travel destinations around the world for 2012? National Geographic, Lonely Planet, CNNGo ,Travel & Leisure, USA TODAY, Budget Travel, and Frommers  all listed their top travel destination picks for this year. Which destinations did they all … Continue reading

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Tripper of the Week: Janel Torkington

Janel Torkington – photographer, poet, diver, dancer and of course avid traveler – is our Tripper of the Week. Tell us a little about yourself. Fauxhawked and glittertipped, photographer and poet, diver and dancer, ginger freak/cilantro fanatic/chile fiend. I live … Continue reading

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Top 5 Things to Do on a Sunday in Málaga

Amy Dell, an American living on Spain’s Costa del Sol and teaching English at a local school gives us the inside scoop on what to do on a relaxing Málaga Sunday. Spain is a very traditional, family oriented culture, and … Continue reading

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Travel Tuesday: Top 5 Favorite Pastimes in Madrid

Kim Knott, an American Tripper currently teaching English in Malaga, Spain, reminisces about her favorite things to do in the city where she first fell in love with Spain: Madrid. I’ll admit it, I love big cities.  I love big … Continue reading

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Transported by Food: A Brief Culinary Journey in Andalucía

This is another delicious guest post from Maya Hanley. She has recently returned from a tumultuous Spanish journey. See how she made it through with the help the local cuisine. Our Christmas was off to an icy start with unexpected … Continue reading

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