HOLA PART 2 – NEW!

Hola everyone! This is me, posing and “enjoying” what Barcelona has to offer. There are many things to discuss on this part of my many trips around the world, but I’ll get straight to the point because everyone wants to know: What are the top places to see and do (while taking some Instagram-worthy photos) and what am I wearing and where you can get them.  There’s a lot of areas to cover during my stay in Barcelona, which is why I’m dividing into three parts. Enjoy the ride as you follow the TravelStyleBug!

All the way up to Tibidabo!

During our short 3 day trip here, I decided to look for a view that would capture the essence of Barcelona and this mini trip all the way up to the town of Tibidabo did just that! Navigating to this “magical” place wasn’t so bad, but usually, I would Google Map my way to anywhere using WiFi and screenshot all the info I need to get to the destination. Here you see a cable car going up the mountains heading to the small town.

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TIP OF THE DAY:

We had to wait for about 45 minutes for the bus to come as they only come every hour so make sure you time your trip in advance and go on www.tmb.cat to find all of the bus and train schedules. We didn’t complain though when you have Instagram-worthy views like this:

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AND we arrived to Tibidabo Amusement Park!

Who knew you can have an amusement park up on top of the mountain!? Well, we were certainly surprised and excited to ride some of the attractions and take pics of the #Views!

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Oh yes, the revolving crane ride which looks just as scary as when you’re standing on top of it as you hold on to your dear life! #YOLO

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And it paid off, especially when you get to take an aerial view of the Temple del Sagrat Cor! 

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#OOTD:

  • Nautical T-shirt by Forever 21 (www.forever21.com)
  • Grey Shorts by Only & Sons (www.onlyandsons.com)
  • Red Backpack by Herschel Supply Co. (www.herschelsupply.com)

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Next Stop…Sagrada Familia!

I’m sure you heard of this infamous Roman Catholic church which started construction since 1882 and now over 120 years later, they are still working on it. When we were there, it said it will be “completed” by 2030… I just how the traditional with “Gothic” elements with the help of famous architect, Gaudí. 

img_1268img_1261img_1283Good Night from Barcelona…

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