From Tablao de Carmen to Palacio del Flamenco, these are the best flamenco shows in Barcelona. Passion combined with talent and dancing makes them the top!
No trip to Barcelona is complete without a bicycle tour around the city’s historic Gothic Quarter full of narrow alleyways, hidden squares, ancient Roman ruins, colorful boutiques, and aromatic Spanish bakeries.
Carpe Diem. Seize the day. This is a term that I try to live my life by and is one of the main reasons I was traveling all the way [...]
I don't like raw tomatoes. Really. I may be the only Italian restaurateur who will actually pick out every slice of raw tomato in my antipasto or caprese salad. How dare you put those [...]
Ahhh. The Cava caves of Spain; dark narrow tunnels, steep spiral staircases, a labyrinth that would challenge anyone's sense of direction and filled to the stone ceiling with a [...]
While traipsing through Barcelona's L'Eixample district we passed a place with a line of people out the door and about half a block long. This rubbernecker was way too nosey curious to just walk by without [...]
After eating pintxos in Sitges, I swore that it was possible to survive solely on these toothpicked Spanish specialties. But, then I ventured into the other tapas world. And I learned that my love for [...]
I don't have much to say today. Really. It does happen sometimes. Let's just say I have blogging laryngitis. So, this is going to be a silent photographic post [...]
Sitges is a charming beach town in Spain, just a forty minute train ride from Barcelona. It is also the same place where fish nibbled on my feet and my first pintxos experience was [...]
I believe we have determined that I am cheap or, as I prefer to be labeled, frugal. Not to say that I won't kick down serious cash to create [...]