Going back to the streets of Barcelona, this is Day 2 or Día 2. I’ve added some photos taken in Parc de la Ciutadela and in my walks through the city centre, while making my way to the famous Gaudi-designed Casa Batlo. Barcelona’s amazing architecture and sense of marine tranquility stayed with me throughout the day.
Differently said, “Some photos on the marine beauty of Barcelona.” I spent a couple of days there towards the end of May and discovered a warm and welcoming city not just because of its summer-like temperatures, but also of pretty much everything else that belongs to it: its architecture and design, its proximity to the sea, itsContinue reading “Algunas imagenes sobre la belleza marina de Barcelona, Día 1”
Two years ago when I moved to London, I lived close to Chelsea and South Kensington, two hot spots of what this city has best to offer – in a number of ways. Walking down the streets in South Ken, I passed by houses inhabited by some of the London personalities of the past andContinue reading “A Window to the Past: British Fashion cca. 18th & 19th century @V_and_A.”
“I’ll have grounds More relative than this – the play’s the thing Wherein I’ll catch the conscience of the king” (Hamlet, Act 2, Scene 2) Intro As someone who has been exposed to the British civilisation and culture for a significant part of her educational endeavours, I have developed a close affinity for a considerableContinue reading “I Sort Of Walked In #Shakespeare’s Footsteps In Stratford-upon-Avon.”
this weekend and passed through Braşov on the way back. Medieval cities have the tranquility of the past about them. I think this leaves a mark on those who live there or visit them.
I would have very much liked to sit down at one of the cafes in Clermont or Rome and enjoy a cup of cofee and a laugh with the guys at ESC CF, thank you very much. This spring smells of foreign countries.