What if I told you, tucked within the Pyrenees Mountains sits a country half the size of New York City? Would you believe me? (Click for more) Continue reading Andorra’s Secret: If I Tell You, Will You Believe?
Sit down for four minutes and explore individual days, trips and incredible stories made during our third Sibling European Trip. No reading involved! Now you’re intrigued! Don’t worry, you can still read all about the stories from this year’s trip … Continue reading EuroTrip 3.0 : The Video
From Portugalete to Bilbao, we were content to travel Northern Spain via plane, train, bus, gondola and moving walkway. Once we landed in our seats on a bus toward Pamplona, we knew we were about to venture from Swan Lake to The Sun Also Rises in a few hours’ time. Continue reading Bilbao and Portugalete, Spain : Museums, Swans, and Up Hill Treks
Zaragoza, Spain. Their name stood out so brightly on a map of Eastern Spain that I couldn’t pass it up.
A quiet town complete with a bull ring, abundant mixtures of baroque and classical architecture, and the beautiful Río Ebro cutting gently through the center. A town where you can find full meals for 5 euros and plenty of sidewalk cafes to keep you hopping all day and all night. A town where many Spaniards visit during pilgrimage… Continue reading What’s In a Name? A Trip to Zaragoza, Spain
Ask someone who’s visited Spain which city is their favorite, and you will get a multitude of answers. However, you will also get one fairly consistent response: Barcelona. In my mind, Barcelona seemed like a city about to erupt from … Continue reading Barcelona TGIF: Tapas, Gaudi, Internationalism, Finally!
…For many, it’s the main reason to visit Pamplona. For others, its the reason to stay home and watch on the tube. Continue reading Running of the Bulls – San Fermin 2015