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The Barcelona Cathedral | Things to Do In Barcelona, Spain Travel

While going on our self-guided walking tour in Barcelona, we accidentally (and happily) stumbled across Catedral de la Santa Cruz y Santa Eulalia, Cathedral of the Holy Cross and Saint Eulalia. Built between the 13th and 15th centuries, the Cathedral is dedicated to Eulalia of Barcelona, co-patron saint of Barcelona. A photo posted by Shannon Kennedy (@eurolinguiste) on Apr 22, 2015 at 3:20pm PDT Interesting...

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Recipes for Beef Empanadas, Chipotle Sauce & Pumpkin Empanadas Culture & Cuisine

Beef empanadas, chipotle dipping sauce and pumpkin empanadas are a delicious and complete meal that will have you imagining you’re wandering the food markets in Spain, or sitting along one of Mexico’s beautiful coastlines as you enjoy your food! This is a recipe that I have thought about doing since our trip to Spain back in April of this year. I had the opportunity to...

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Doors & Doorways in Barcelona, Spain Travel

There are two things I just absolutely love photographing whenever I travel. The first is stairways, and the second, which you can probably guess, is doors. I’m not sure when the obsession started, but I’m glad that it did. I’ve had the opportunity to capture a gorgeous collection of doors and doorways from around the world. I’d love to one day get several of them...

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Rooftop Bars in Barcelona, Spain | Eurolinguiste Travel

After visiting Le Printemps, a rooftop café in the heart of Paris, France, a new travel obsession began for me. The search began. Paris couldn’t be the only city with incredible rooftop views. When we started planning our trip to Barcelona, one of the first things I researched were rooftop cafés and restaurants. Lo and behold, we had more than enough to keep us busy,...

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La Boqueria Market in Barcelona, Spain Culture & Cuisine / Travel

A trip to Barcelona, Spain wouldn’t be complete without a trek down to El Mercat de Sant Josep de la Boqueria, more fondly known as simply, La Boqueria, to indulge in some of the best-known items in Spanish cuisine. With an entrance off the city’s most popular street, La Rambla, the market isn’t hard to find and it’s worth fighting your way through the crowds...

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Discover Where to Eat in Barcelona | A Review of Onofre + Spanish Food Vocab Culture & Cuisine / Travel

Tucked away on a little side street in the heart of the vibrant, picturesque Barrio Gotico (Barri Gotic), is a hidden culinary jewel. When one thinks of Spanish cuisine, the first things that come to mind are likely paella and tapas, and its the latter in which this restaurant specializes. While visiting the beautiful city of Barcelona on our most recent anniversary, M and I...

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Vegetable Paella | Culture & Cuisine Eurolinguiste

In honor of our recent trip to Spain, I wanted to share a recipe for paella, a dish that originates in Valencia. Valencian Paella is traditionally made with white rice, large white beans, flat green beans, tomato, meat (usually chicken and rabbit), salt, oil, and water. Spices can be saffron, rosemary and occasionally lemon. Variations include the use of artichoke, peppers, and seafood. Seafood paella is the most...

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