Hello, everyone! I’m blogging about Spain’s menu del dia at Dee to the World. See you there!
Hello, everyone! I’m blogging about my recent trip to Spain at Dee to the World. See you there!
Barcelona! The beautiful city is one of Spain’s most popular. It is considered one of the world’s global cities contributing greatly to commerce, education, entertainment, media, fashion, science, and the arts. No wonder it is on the Top 20 Most Visited Cities in the world. Therefore, even when one is flying in through Barcelona to a … More The Gist: Barcelona, Spain
There used to be a time when a watch was essential to my daily life. During my pre-smart phone days I relied on a watch to tell the time. I stopped using it when I got my first iPhone back in 2011. I did not realize I miss having a watch until I saw this … More Memento Monday: Leather Vintage Fashion Watch
I have mentioned our family visit to Sagrada Familia in March, but I haven’t really focused on it. The Sagrada Familia is the most popular attraction in Barcelona. It’s not surprising as the structure is quite arresting. Its towers dominate the square where it stands where it has been under construction for over 100 years … More Basilica de la Sagrada Familia, Barcelona
My favorite in little bottles! Of course I had to get some for souvenir. And if I open one, well, who can blame me? 😉 These are after all, the real deal- made and bottled in Spain. Only Spain and Portugal among European nations are allowed to sell the product using the Sangria label which … More Memento Monday: Miniature Sangria, Spain
València is the 3rd largest metropolitan area in Spain. It is the capital of the autonomous community of València. Originally founded as a Roman colony in 138 BC, it is now known to harmoniously combine the past and and the new millennium with its innovative and avant-garde edifices. Valencia is known internationally for … More A Glimpse of Valencia, Spain
Constructed at the end of the 14th century by Pere Balaguer, the Serranos Towers are the largest Gothic city gateway in all of Europe. Finished in 1391, they were once the main entrance of the city of Valencia. The walls were long gone, but the towers are preserved, a remembrance of the past. Hours: Monday- … More Snapshot: Torres de Serranos, Valencia, Spain
If one can resist the flower kiosks and souvenir stalls and shops, La Rambla can be a no cost experience. One can simply take in the sights and sounds of locals and tourists as they go about their business in this tree-lined pedestrian mall. We enjoyed walking in this central Barcelona street. The entrance of … More Free Friday: La Rambla, Barcelona
Paella is a rice dish that originated in Valencia, Spain. Valencians consider it a symbol of their region. Many regard it as Spain’s national dish. Whether it’s a Valencian symbol or Spain’s national dish is not an issue for me. What I care about is, this dish is delicious! It would have been a … More Tasty Tuesday: Paella