A contrast between old and new: having the oldest fortifications in North America to having the most haute, chic stores and establishments (boutique hotels to antique markets to art museums).
Cobble stone paths and horse-drawn carriages…are we even in Canada?
Quebec city is a cultural and historical hub. It is a gorgeous place and I was definitely enchanted by this Francophone city, especially by the Old Town. It’s also a good place to improve my amateur-level French language skills.
In the 16th century, Toledo was the capital of the Spanish empire. Eventually the Spanish court moved to Madrid. Although the city is not the capital of Spain anymore, its history and culture are preserved through the medieval architecture. Toledo … Continue reading →
Move over New York City! Madrid is ACTUALLY the city that never sleeps. Early morning stop for some churros with café con leche to late night tapas/bar hopping to non-stop partying late into the night; there is so much to see … Continue reading →
An excellent nightlife (PARTY UNTIL 6 AM) , tasty Spanish food (HELLO, PAELLA AND TAPAS!) and the warm, sunny climate (BEACH BUMS!) make Barcelona THE place to be. I was fortunate enough to visit Barcelona more than once this year. … Continue reading →