Archive for the ‘Spain’ Category

In Barcelona9/6/2010

I arrived in Barcelona, Spain on a cold mid-January evening. I arrived with high spirits knowing that Barcelona notoriously attracts a party type atmosphere for tourists. Thus, I made sure to stay in a party hostel, Sant Jordi, to receive the full experience. My 26th birthday would be spent in this magnificent city. The first […]


Where is the real tomb of Christopher Colombus?1/18/2010

Today I had the pleasure of visiting the Seville Cathedral, home of the tomb of Christopher Columbus. The cathedral is an amazing display of Spanish architecture and the crown jewel of Seville. However, I am not so sure what I saw was the actual tomb of the great explorer Christopher Columbus. Here are some pictures […]


Throw Away the Map and just GO!1/17/2010

I arrived in Seville, Spain today. Sick, cold, tired, hungry, and frustrated are a few of the mild adjectives I’d use to describe my state of mind at the time. Excited, maybe a little, but my mind and body ached. I had planned on staying in a hostel but LIFE had a different plan. I […]


What its like in Granada1/16/2010

Granada is one of those cities I knew nothing about before I arrived. All I knew was that I had to go. I’m starting to realize that so much of my travel experience is directly related to my experience in the hostel. I created all these wonderful, elaborate hour by hour travel plans. It seems […]


Loving Madrid1/14/2010

I’m sitting in the lobby of my hostel killing time in Madrid, awaiting my 5:00 train to Granada. Madrid was absolutely spectacular and an amazing experience. I enjoyed many of the events I did , but what really made this trip was the people I met along the way. I met so many different people […]


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