WARNING: I will refer to the “beautiful” and/or “amazing” scenery about 4,000 times in this post. Feel free to send me new adjectives. Welcome to Part 2 of Small Town Spain where we finally catch up to last December which we spent in the adorable hill town of Lubrin, Spain. Lubrin is a “Pueblo Blanco” or
I can hear it now, “But wait… you’re in Spain? I thought you were back in Seattle…what’s going on!?” You’re not going crazy, we are back in Seattle. This particular post is just a few months late. And it won’t be the only one! Between so many wonderful folks visiting us in Europe, house-sitting and figuring our
Welcome back to Barcelona’s street art scene! If there’s one thing you can say about Barcelonans, they certainly prefer their street art colorful! One of my absolute favorite artists does, I think, nothing but stencils. SM172, you do great work! Though it wasn’t really my style, I’d be remiss if I didn’t also include the
Walking around the old town area of Barcelona, we found street art EVERYWHERE! I’m seriously talking about every alley and almost every street…but…there was something a little odd. Something just a bit different from the other cities we’ve explored. The street art is only found on the doors, not the walls of buildings! Seriously, the
Welcome to our next installment of ‘Damn, Barcelona is Awesome!’ We are still hung up on all the awesome architecture. Barcelona is chock full of Gaudi and Gaudi-inspired creations as well as being home to an incredible amount of other art nouveau pieces. We went to Casa Battlo, Palau Guell and to Park Guell…all Gaudi.