The Beach. The Boys. Barcelona.

I’m on a 1 week break and instead of spending my time catching up on work, I decided to spend it in Spain. While in Barcelona, I discovered the genius of Gaudi, learned to appreciate the works of Picasso, and saw first hand the passion of flamingo dancing. Between spending way too much time in front of street entertainers and not nearly enough time at the beach, I also experienced the boldness of Spanish men, who, hands down, win the award for being the most forward men I’ve come across in Europe.

Hope you like these photos. Here’s to the beach, the boys, the BCN.

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21 responses to “The Beach. The Boys. Barcelona.

  1. Gorgeous photos! Spain is one that’s at the top of our must-see list, and you’ve inspired me to move it closer to #1. Thank you for sharing!

  2. Love the pictures. But where are the ones of these forward Euro men? It seems like you are having a blast over there. ttyl

  3. I love Gaudi and even wrote a post on him… Your pictures are fabulous; I wish I could jump into one of the frames and visit that market… those colors, smell and taste… Divine!
    Thanks for stopping by my blog today. I have noted yours as I love photography and travel.
    Happy Thanksgiving! 🙂
    Elizabeth

  4. Oh what it must be like in Spain it makes me want to jump on a plane and go for a holiday cool images indeed I love the ones of the markets the colours are outstanding and in real life they would amazing.
    Brett

  5. If you liked learning about Picasso…I went to a FABULOUS museum in Paris…the Picasso museum. It was organized by periods in his life. I learned so much about him as a person and the evolution of art. I don’t know if it’s still there…but if it is and you are still there…check it out.
    Barbra

  6. This is a really excellent read for me. Must agree that you are one of the best bloggers I ever saw. I was greatly interested with what you have shared and posted with us. Thanks for this anyway.

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