The final day. The last day in Barcelona. Well, you would assume after all I saw in the first few days in Barcelona that I would be done sightseeing. But, nothing will stop an energetic explorer from seeking beauties in the world. The third day, I dived into the world of Gaudi. Seven of his works are part of UNESCO’s World Heritage Sites. I searched and captured his remarkable works. First thing first, I needed energy in order to hunt. I feasted in Milk Bar & Bistro, a bar with a rich old school 50s’ feels. The food was just absolutely amazing, mouth-watery, and tummy filling. I was surprised to see an adorable cup, that clearly showed each layer of a cappuccino: espresso, milk, and milk foam. I ordered Eggs Benedict, which included two poached eggs on a toasted chapata bread with bacon and topped on with homemade hollandaise sauce. Feeling the warm orange yolk dripping on to your tongue, escaping the corners of your mouth and then, crunching on the perfect crispy bacon.
What do most students look forward to during the spring semester? Spring Break! Yes, it is that time of the year when you can finally stop spending sleepless nights cramming for midterms and essays. You can drop your pen, hand in your test booklets, and hop on a plane. Where did my plane land? My first destination was the city of Barcelona, the capital of Catalonia. Warning: Do not expect the weather to be 80 degrees here, as I had hoped for.
The title of my blog is purposely a play on homophone words. And, yes, here is a picture of a British pup.
Exactly a month ago, on this date, I arrived in London and that was the beginning of a boundless exploration. I spent the past month exploring the wet streets of London, from Brentford to Islington. London is a city filled with mind-blowing events, heart-pounding music venue, eye-opening museums, and mouth watery food. I will be posting multiple blogs giving you the ins and outs. Let’s start with Week 1…
I had quite the adventure roaming around La Ville-Lumière, the City of Lights. An unforgettable 2-day getaway, from lightning fast rides to flowery sites, and baisers.
It is not a truly eventful Lina kind-of trip if there were no hiccups and entertaining stories. Where do I begin?
Warning: This trip was not planned beforehand. The tickets were purchased two weeks before departure and car rental was purchased the day of departure. Risky, I know.
Honestly, the only response I have is: My companion wanted to be in the dark. Darkness is exactly what I got. During the winter, there are only about 4 hours of sunlight.