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Our post “Barcelona Part 2: Understanding Gaudi” was featured as one of the best travel blog posts by 101 Holidays. We’re very honored. Thanks to Kathryn Burrington of Travel with Kat for writing the article. Read more
Rooftop of Gaudi's Casa Battlo, Barcelona, Spain

Barcelona Part 2: Understanding Gaudi

You can’t visit Barcelona and not get a glimpse of the works of Antoni Gaudi (1852-1926), the city’s famous architect who defied conventional design but now defines Barcelona’s modernist architecture. Gaudi and his works have become entwined to Barcelona’s identity and inspired cults said to be bigger than Picasso’s.  When I first visited Barcelona in... Read more
Plaza del Rei, Gothic Quarter, Barcelona, Spain

Barcelona Revisited

Plaza Rei in Gothic Quarter Barcelona was the very first city I visited in Europe. That was back in the mid-1990’s when the city was still basking from its Olympic glory. I was excited to return with Keith and combed the city to explore the old and the new. I found the city still oozed with... Read more