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My Berlin Wall Experience Part 2

My Berlin Wall Experience Part 2

Part two of My Berlin Wall Experience...The following morning dawned cold and wet, jumping on a tram I went to explore the flea market in Mauer Park. Along the way I met a young Berliner who he told me I should check out the Berlin Wall Memorial along Bernauer Strasse. Which is what I did. more ...

My Berlin Wall Experience  Part 1

My Berlin Wall Experience Part 1

I’d been looking forward to going to Berlin for a long time. Everything I’d heard, read and researched about the German capital only piqued my interest…the nightlife, the architecture, incredible city vibe and of course the Wall.I’m old enough to remember when it was torn down and the images on the television of Berliners hugging each other and celebrating are something I’ll never forget. more ...

Interview with Brandon Elijah Scott from eyeandpen.com

Interview with Brandon Elijah Scott from eyeandpen.com

Travel writer, photographer and film maker Brandon Elijah Scott of travel blog Eye&Pen is our guest this week. Originally from Columbus, Ohio, Brandon prides himself on being a citizen of the world travelling where he wants on a whim and sharing his experiences with over 40,000 monthly readers. His dream is to travel the world and live life to the fullest away from the soul destroying corporate world. He urges you to join him on his travels and promises you won’t be disappointed. more ...

Interview with Matt Long from LandLopers.com

Interview with Matt Long from LandLopers.com

Describing himself as a luxury traveller at heart, Matt Long of travel blog LandLopers.com shares his travel experiences with thousands of avid travel enthusiasts everyday. Suffering from what can only be described as a severe case of the travel bug; Matt travels the world, sharing his experiences and tips on where to go and what to see and how to experience the best of it all. Based in Washington, DC he and his work has been featured on many other websites and publications including BBC Travel, AFAR Magazine, Huffington Post, CNN GO and National Geographic Intelligent Travel. His work is also syndicated on the Flipboard and Pulse apps as well as Alltop.more ...

Blogger’s view: Eduardo from Hombrelobo

Blogger’s view: Eduardo from Hombrelobo

We have been carrying out an increasing number of interviews with the top bloggers on the web who have been giving their best advice on the city of Barcelona, especially on places that any confused traveller wouldn’t notice if it weren’t for the wise suggestions that these bloggers make. As we always like to help you in your wanderings around the streets of Barcelona, we suggest you read the interview that we carried out with the blogger Eduardo from Hombrelobo, a specialised blog on travelling from a multimedia perspective, with numerous videos, but well, we’ll let him explain…more ...

Interview with travel blogger Pruden Rodriguez from Apuntes del Viajero (Travellers’ Notes)

Interview with travel blogger Pruden Rodriguez from Apuntes del Viajero (Travellers’ Notes)

As we always like to offer the cream of the cream in Barcelona, amongst all our other destinations, this week we are continuing with our series of interviews with the most outstanding internet travel bloggers who stand out thanks to their dedication and passion for the world of travel; something that faithful followers appreciate with regards to the sincerity of their opinions and for their veracity. Thus, today we will be passing on the advice of Pruden Rodríguez, who is telling us about his favourite places in the city and given that he is actually from the Catalan capital there is nothing better than him giving his view on Barcelona. more ...

Blogger's view: Isabelle from Isabelle’s Travel Guide

Blogger's view: Isabelle from Isabelle’s Travel Guide

Another valuable addition to our travel bloggers, and further fabulous tips and advice on what to do in the Catalan capital. Our next travel blogger, Isabelle loves to travel and has a blog to cater for people that love to travel too, offering the right advice for those who want to enjoy their holiday and go to the best places with any fuss or hassle, which is what we’re trying to do by getting in contact with the top internet bloggers there are, and asking them about their favourite places in this exciting city. Because, lets be honest, they know best! So take a look, feast your eyes, and let’s see what Isabelle has to say about Barcelona: more ...

Blogger's view: Sarah Lee from Sarah Lee Travels

Blogger's view: Sarah Lee from Sarah Lee Travels

The best way to let you in on the nicest places to visit and the most entertaining things to do in Barcelona is to ask those who know best. That is why we have been carrying out interviews with the top internet bloggers who have been good enough to share their coveted knowledge to thus give you an insight of what’s hot in this exciting city, and let you in on the top destinations and most interesting activities in this Catalan capital. This week we have been fortunate enough to interview Sarah Lee, a travel journalist, editor, and blogger from www.sarahleetravelsblog.com who has generously told us about her favourite haunts and secret places in Barcelona. In the words of the lady herself “The world is a book and those who do not travel only read one page”. Well, we suggest that you start off by reading this page and seeing what Sarah Lee has to say about Barcelona. more ...

Interview with blogger Pau Garcia from El Pachinko

Interview with blogger Pau Garcia from El Pachinko

The most important thing for us is letting you know about the best things in Barcelona and letting you in on the most interesting destinations, therefore, we are carrying out a series of interviews with top internet bloggers that thanks to their inner knowledge can illustrate a little a bit about this exciting city, whether they are Spanish or from abroad. This week we were fortunate enough to interview Pau from El Pachinko, who told us about his personal experiences and travels in the most interesting places he has visited. He has a blog with really interesting and insightful content about places this adventurous blogger has visited, and whose quality is evident following him being nominated for Bitacoras prizes over the past few years, which annually gives out awards for the best blogs. In fact, the El Pachinko Blog currently occupies second place in the 2010 Bitacoras edition, so if you would like to lend a hand, you can vote for his blog for free in what is now the final stage of the competition so there’s still time. So, if you want to know what he has to say about Barcelona and his blog, then carry on reading: more ...

Blogger’s view: Stephanie Pick from in-BCN

Blogger’s view: Stephanie Pick from in-BCN

This week we have been privileged enough to interview a very special travel blogger. Stephanie Pick, a German art historian that has been living in Barcelona for 9 years has given us a lesson in the history, art, and gastronomy of this fabulous city which would we like to share with you. So, pay close attention to her advice and suggestions from in-BCN if you want to learn more about this fascinating town. more ...

Blogger's view: Johanna Bailey  from Barcelona Bites

Blogger's view: Johanna Bailey from Barcelona Bites

In our zeal to give voice to the most prominent bloggers in the world of travel and tourism, we keep on publishing interviews where the travel bloggers have the opportunity to share with us their most interesting places in Barcelona. This week we have the chance to interview an expert on gastronomy and parenting in Barcelona, who has a long experience travelling around the world, and whose opinion we are eager to get to know!more ...

Blogger`s view: Jennifer Lo Prete from OrangePolkaDot.com

Blogger`s view: Jennifer Lo Prete from OrangePolkaDot.com

Jennifer Lo Prete from OrangePolkaDot.com, a fellow fanatic of Barcelona has been good enough to share her local knowledge and let us in on her favourite shops and haunts etc. in this exciting city. Her blog website, OrangePolkaDot.com attempts to explain the Catalan culture, traditions, and festivals that she experiences to her family and friends in the United States where she is originally from. Furthermore, according to the lady herself, her blogs mainly focus on family friendly activities, in addition to occasional events that are just for us adults. Here’s what she has to say……more ...

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