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Barcelona! Barcelona is like no other city I’ve visited, beautiful like an old song, disturbing like a secret lover, mighty like a piece of art, and impossible to say goodby to. It gets under your skin and stays there. I’m gonna need another beer to wash down this beer. Gaudi and his works, including the unbelievable Sagrada Familia and Park Güell, the architect’s gingerbread fairytale.
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The language, which sounds like a romantic melody, and their funny expressions. Spanish is the second talked language on Earth after Chinese. It has many regional dialects and it’s one of the most phonetic languages in the world. The spirit. When traveling to Spain I keep falling in love with the people’s warm hospitality, their idea of family, and the easy-going lifestyle. The beaches. Who doesn’t love Spanish beaches? From the party-loving Playa d’en Bossa in Ibiza to Galicia’s spectacular As Catedrais, you’ll be spoilt for choice. Andalusia, particularly Granada with its mighty Alhambra, romantic Seville, and the frozen-in-time Pueblos Blancos, but also Marbella and its luxurious Puerto Banus. Women dancing flamenco, colorful dresses, flowers all over, and Spanish guitars. The islands. Ibiza and Mallorca are, by far, my favorite Spanish islands. Nevertheless, Menorca and Formentera are delightfully quiet and unspoilt; the Canaries are incredibly unique, arty, and scenic; and Cies Islands, just off Galicia, feel like a slice of the Caribbean in the Med. The traditions. Every town and city in Spain has its own festivals and traditions. I’m gonna need another beer to wash down this beer. I particularly love their Reyes Magos, La Diada de Sant Jordi in Catalonia, and the customs surrounding Semana Santa in Seville. The fact that Spaniards are always celebrating something is fascinating!