Tag: Barcelona

Ruminations Over Five Pesos

Posted on
Mar 22, 2012
Posted in: Random Musings

– – On a bright September morning, I sat in a small cafe in the Barcelona Airport, staring at the change my husband had been handed back from a barista. We were about to leave Spain for New York. “What is this?” I said, holding up one of his coins. “It’s two Euros,” Rand replied, disinterested.…

Keep reading

Gaudi in Barcelona, Part 3: The Sagrada Familia

Posted on
Mar 15, 2012
 

Folks, I have some sad news. This will be my third and final post about Gaudi’s architectural feats in Barcelona. (In case you missed it, here’s Part One on La Pedrera and Part Two on Casa Batllo.) I know, I know. You’re devastated, aren’t you? I can tell by the way you’re joyfully skipping around…

Keep reading

Gaudi in Barcelona, Part 2: Casa Batllo

Posted on
Mar 14, 2012
 

– Remember Fraggle Rock? I positively loved that show (I’d really like to see a “Where Are They Now?” feature on the Fraggles. I hope Wembly finally got into rehab). The beginning always scared me, though. Something about the baseline, and the dingy house, and the tiny mouse hole into which the Fraggles ran gave…

Keep reading

Gaudi in Barcelona, Part 1: La Pedrera

Posted on
Mar 13, 2012
 

– I never really “got” architecture. I blame Mike Brady. Supposedly an expert in the field of home design, he squeezed six children into two bedrooms. He was no architect. He was a sadist. And – hello – is it really a good idea to cram that many biologically-unrelated children into two rooms far at…

Keep reading

The Mercat Sant Josep de La Boqueria, Barcelona, Spain.

Posted on
Feb 27, 2012
 

– I am occasionally faced with a temptation that I, fortunately, have yet to act upon. My husband delicately describes it as “socially unfeasible.” I simply think it’s madness. Delicious, delicious madness. The temptation is this: I want to eat food that doesn’t belong to me. Now, before you start telling me that everyone feels…

Keep reading

12 Ways to Make Your Travel Photos Awesomer

Posted on
Feb 16, 2012

– How does the old adage go? Photos without people in them are merely postcards? Something like that. It’s a fair criticism. But I’ve always been of the mind that photos with people in them, standing and smiling at the camera as though they were just recovering from a lobotomy, aren’t much better. I mean,…

Keep reading

On Instagram @theeverywhereist

  • Happy Halloween from the Joker and Harley Quinn, and to hell with the misogynistic manbabies out there.
  • First photo ever tagged of us on Facebook. Circa 12 years ago. Can we talk about how I've aged like an overripe piece of fruit left in the sun, but @randderuiter has only gotten hotter?
  • I call this look "I just ate a whole bunch of Violet Crumble and now I'm about to fall asleep from the sugar crash."
  • New personal slogan.
  • Do we want to leave Italy? No. Did we eat enough pasta to sustain us until next time? Also no.
  • The sky really is that blue. And the towers really are that slanted. #Bologna
  • Fried anchovies: accomplished.
  • We made this.
  • Everything I am, I owe to pasta. #cibocookingschool #bolognafood #pasta
  • Sometimes the time of your life happens at the most inopportune times, and that's okay. #cibocookingschool #bolognafood

All Over The Place

Buy my book and I promise I'll never ask you for anything again.

BE AWESOME. BUY IT.