Going on a trip for eight months is not something you decide on a whim. It’s a big step that is usually preceded by a lot of thinking and research online. Here is how it went for us.
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Barcelona is a city like no other. Living there was an incredible experience and we want to share with you what where some of the many things we enjoyed most. It is a personal list and absolutely not complete, so don’t get upset if the thing you prefer is not here.
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From fortified castles to splendid mansions, the Chateaux of the Loire Valley are one of the most famous French attractions. There are more than 300 of them, and one can spend weeks exploring the region.
But can you get a good idea of the different styles and functions of the Chateaux in a weekend? That’s what we tried to do!
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After our visit of Granada and Cordoba described in the last post, it’s time to move on to the next city! The last step of our holidays brings us to the capital of Andalusia, Sevilla… and what an ending! Sevilla is amazing, a truly alive city, full of people, bars, and stuff to see.
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Andalusia: the most southern region of Spain, the birthplace of tapas and flamenco. A region filled with memories from its Islamic past, known in summer for its beaches along the coast and extreme temperatures. With these premises we decide to explore the region at the end of July, focusing on the inland cities of Granada, Cordoba, and Sevilla… sometimes we are that crazy!
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Here we are, ready for our new adventure: one week on the Camino de Santiago!
We wake up at 2am to make sure we won’t miss our flight due to the airport security strike starting the very same day. So we arrive “super fresh” at the beginning of our first stage in Irun…
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