Visiting cities like Barcelona, which are filled with extreme art and culture with kids can be really exhausting. Kids typically do not always find visiting museums, churches, or architecturally advanced structures amusing and hence, can be hard to please. Therefore, if you’re travelling to this magnificent city with children, it is important to plan ahead, places, or attractions which will be fun for them. We think this is one of the friendliest cities on earth, so getting around with kids should be not so difficult! Let’s review a few things to do in Barcelona with kids!
Well another year has passed and we are still living in Spain! That is exciting for us, as we never dreamed we would be able to keep it going. We just wanted to provide you with a quick little update with no frills attached!
During our summer break/vacation, we spent a week just outside of Granada, and on one of the days we ventured into town, we decided to do our first Segway Tour in Granada with Ensegway. What was it like? Was it fun? What did you see? I will answer all of those questions, but you’ll just have to keep reading.
Almuñécar has a beautiful paseo along the beach and we especially love the one near our home along Playa San Cristobal. The kids and I were out for a walk and a swim the other day and noticed something just beside the paseo in the sand. It was big, scary and an interesting sight for Almuñécar. It was a big crocodile.
Alan and I have been married for nearly 17 years and during that time we have always lived quite a distance from our families. Not to mention that our families are spread out all over the USA, so we have spent many holidays on our own, on the road, or with family coming to us. Every Christmas for us has been unique and so cherished no matter where we were located. To us, Christmas Tradition is about good quality family time, whether it is just the 4 of us or with a group of 20. Part of that tradition is having a Christmas Tree! Continue reading →
We have been living in Spain for 15 months and still had yet to see the Mesquite in Córdoba, so we planned a last-minute weekend getaway. We knew this was a great town to park the car and enjoy the weekend by foot, but it was time to find that perfect place to rest at night. We prefer to book an apartment, so we can have a little extra space as well as a kitchen. This really saves on spending too much eating out and it is nice to have cold drinks handy. We also wanted to be sure we were in the old town area, so we wouldn’t need to use the car. After scouring the internet, we happened upon the Apartamentos Alberca and it looked like a gem. Reservations were made and we were on our way. Continue reading →
There is plenty to do and see in the beautiful country of Spain. There are awesome cities to visit, villages to explore, great festivals to attend and gorgeous beaches to get that golden tan. A Spanish vacation, if planned appropriately, can be the best time of your life. The country is absolutely mesmerizing and eventful. Continue reading →
We are still awaiting our resident card renewal with high hopes it will be approved. In the meantime, I am dreaming of our next Bucket List destinations in Spain. I know we started this list in another post and I have been doing even more research. Actually, I really should make a bucket list post for the world! That would be fun. I thought I would start a series of posts with our Bucket List destinations and we will start with Spain. Continue reading →