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Mercat de Sant Josep de La Boqueria, Barcelona

The Mercat de Sant Josep de la Boqueria lies in the heart of Barcelona, next to the Rambla, a major pedestrian street that is central to the city’s identity. “La Boqueria” is a traditional marketplace. It existed before supermarkets, before Trader Joes, before car-focused suburbs….read more


Catalonia, Spain: Now what?

At summer’s end of 2014, the voters in Scotland soundly rejected a proposal to split off from the United Kingdom and become their own country. Barely a week before that vote, polls showed the “yes” vote – in favor of separation – opening an unexpected…read more


When in Spain: Tapas, Pintxos, and You

Tapas are what makes eating out in Spain pure magic. They are well known in the United States with a growing list of restaurants offering tapas on their menus. But where tapas in the U.S. may be little more than overpriced appetizers on small plates,…read more


Amor en Barcelona

David recently shared an article with me and I could not agree more with the 12 Things Spaniards Get Right That Americans Get Wrong.  I had to laugh when I read #2 because it is so true and something that struck me since the first time I…read more


The streets of Barcelona

The streets of Barcelona hold a special place for me. It was there seven years ago that I discovered my love for photography…when a friend lent me his DSLR to shoot with for the first time. I always say it was love at first click! I…read more