Barcelona Spain Holiday Travel

I created this blog to initially share all of the things and places that inspire me and the two remain the same, travel and style. There's not a greater loss than losing images and memories from over the years from travels and suddenly, all media from the trip gone. So here I am, going into old photo albums from social media to salvage any photos from my past trips. I thought I continue where I left off and share some photos from my Barcelona holiday trip in 2016 where I took with my sister and some friends. This trip was one of the best times, but then again I've never been on a holiday I didn't like. 

I truly miss travel, I mean who doesn't? Especially during these times. I've noticed I've been looking through old photos and remembering all of those in between moments from traveling, the people, new places, new cuisine, the inspiring architecture it's all inspiring to me. I'm sure I had wayyyy more photos, but below are some that highlighted the trip beautifully, the rest will remain in memory. Or better yet, I can always go back to Barcelona and take more pictures? I remember being there and feeling very connected and at home. By the way my family is from Mexico, but there could possibly be some Spanish blood. I hope to return one day, or possibly have a beautiful apartment over looking the park in the Passeig de Picasso neighborhood. 

    Airbnb views of the lovely neighborhood 

                    Rooftop Coctail views 

Casa Batll√≥ by Gaudi 

Barceloneta Beach 

Inside La Sagrada Familia 

What are some ways you make sure you never lose another travel photo again? I'm getting better with icloud, I'm open to other alternatives as well. 

Lovely one


  1. Brilliant post! Your Barcelona Spain Holiday Travel guide has nudged me to apply for a Visa for Spain. On the other hand, we will be using your blog as a reference to prepare our Spain travel itinerary. We will try to add some of the nice places that you mentioned in your blog as we feel that it would help us enjoy the best of Barcelona during Christmas and New Year festivities.

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