Happy Sunday loves ⭐️
The first week of December has flown by and i’m super excited for the rest of the month. I have a lot of cool things to work on and another trip coming up next week ✈️ ✨
This weekend I also finally found some time to put up my tree and watch a really bad Netflix Christmas movie (Holiday Calendar) 😅 Next time i’ll just watch the Grinch for the 10th time I guess🙋🏻♀️
Ps. I am definitely not in Paris anymore but I will be on here for another while, stay woke🤷🏻♀️😂 #foreverthrowback
VALENÇA DO MINHO, PORTUGAL
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Can’t get enough of this view 🏰 •At 10 am doors are opening so try to come early before it gets too crowded. •There is two ticket options; one is for palace and park (14€) or only park (7,5€).
i must confess, i̶ ̶s̶t̶i̶l̶l̶ ̶b̶e̶l̶i̶e̶v̶e̶
i have this thing with formerly independent towns. so i’ve never stood a chance against gràcia, my new fav neighbourhood in barcelona 📍
located not that far from the city centre, it has a mesmerising village-within-a-city feel and keeps hidden treasures just around every corner. i mean it, gràcia has a lot to offer even if we leave the fantastic park güell with its mosaic lizards and quirky mushrooms behind the brackets.
quaint art galleries, crazy murals, bohemian cafes, vibrant bars, a nice local cinema — i could go on and on. they even have their own gaudi’s masterpiece — a bit underrated casa vicens.
unlike the busy las ramblas, barri gòtic and other beautiful but still touristic areas, gràcia is uncrowded. you have a rare opportunity to enjoy the catalan life in its very heart and wander around side by side with locals, not worrying much about your phone and pockets (as well as anything else)