I am a sucker for a vibrant city, ideally one with culture, and some form of water – be it the sea, a lake, a river or canals. Here are my top 5….
Number 1: Barcelona
Barcelona has everything – the wide tree-lined boulevards, the tiny quaint Gothic streets to get lost in, the lovely sandy beaches, complete with volley-ball courts and surfers, the harbour with yachts and palm trees. Barcelona is famous for the architect Gaudi. His work is beautiful and versatile, ranging from the huge gothic cathedral the Sagrada Familia to the lovely Park Guell. Continue reading →
Before I went to Florida I was skeptical – I’m not into Disney and I’m not a “beach” person. So I was not at all expecting to fall in love with the place like I did. And Miami was the first I saw of Florida…
I loved the beach, the boardwalk, the fact that you can watch massive cruise ships coming into the harbour, and a beautiful street called Espanola Way. It had blossoming flowers and lovely spanish architecture and in the evenings it was very atmospheric, with restaurants and bars. I would recommend anyone to visit this street if you are in Miami.