Barcelona and Zaragoza

The Columbus Monument commemorates Christopher Columbus's first return from the Americas 
If you're my age (and maybe even if you're not), Barcelona = amazing nightlife. But great nightlife aside, this beautiful coastal city has got it all: a rich 2,000 year old history, a whole 'nother language, breathtaking city views, terrific weather, and really nice people! 

Of course, let's not forget Antoni Gaudí's masterpieces spread out all across the city. I fell head over heels in love with this genius's work, and hope to go back to Barcelona in 2024, when La Sagrada Familia will (hopefully) be completed.

The 2,000-year-old Port of Barcelona (which is now completely modern)


Top: Ann Taylor Loft
Skirt: Ann Taylor Loft
Shoes: Toms
Sunglasses: Forever 21
Bag: Urban Expressions, Lady Lux Boutique

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Very talented metro performers!
This will be La Sagrada Familia's main entrance upon completion
A controversial Jesus figure

Views atop a hill that overlooks the entire city and port. This hill also contains the 1992 olympic stadium.
La Sagrada Familia from the hill
Somewhere in the middle of Barcelona and Zaragoza
The beautiful Catedral-Basílica de Nuestra Señora del Pilar