Road Trip Barcelona, Nice & Cinque Terre
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Road Trips in Europe  When I think of road trips I think of the U.S. and my younger years traveling from Wisconsin to California in a really old, beat up, tiny Ford. Without a doubt, it was an experience of a … Read More

48 Hours in Sperlonga and Gaeta, Italy
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Rome is a magnificent and chaotic city full of life, culture, and gastronomy.  But,  sometimes we need to escape even from this paradise, so that we may slow down, come back to the sea, and simply take the time to … Read More

A Roman Holiday
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Rome – why so special? What’s so special about Rome? I have lived in many cities in my lifetime; New York City, Livorno, Barcelona, Oceanside, Brisbane, Philadelphia, and Rome, to name a few. For those of you who know these cities, you know … Read More

Barcelona Pavilion of Mies van der Rohe. Less is more.
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T The Barcelona Pavilion is one of the most influential works of modern architecture. Made by the German-American architect Ludwig Mies Van Der Rohe (March 27, 1886 – August 17, 1969). Also commonly referred to as Mies, his surname. Along … Read More

Barcelona Museum of Art Tours
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Disseny and Caixa Forum Before we get started with our Barcelona Museum of Art Tours, I just wanted to put in my two cents regarding Barcelona.  I have lived in many cities throughout my years; my travels and residence have … Read More

Rendez-Vous a Montpellier
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Montpellier really is a special place;  and I’m not saying it because I was born in Montpellier. It´s a very seductive city in south of France, elegant and cultured. It has broad boulevards lined with shady plane trees, a huge … Read More

David Bowie Is Barcelona
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The superstar of planetary fame “David Bowie Is”, from the 25th of May, arrives to the Museu del Disseny in Barcelona. Produced by the Victoria and Albert Museum in London.   This exhibition has already received more than one million and … Read More