Dabble Does Barcelona

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Barcelona is a seaside town that’s more Miami than Malibu, as evidenced by the vibrant street life and constant hum of activity. Locals move with swift assurance, keeping pace to urban rhythms that would tire a Flamenco dancer, while visitors jostle for space on adjacent sidewalks, just to catch a glimpse of the action.

‘A decade’s passed since my last visit to Barcelona and so much has changed, yet nothing has,’ says Dabble’s Editor in Chief Kimberley Seldon.
The ancient city is even more boisterous and energized than in years past, but its constant charms are well-preserved. Joined by contributors Christine Da Costa and Simon Burn, our team agrees that exploring the historic city of Gauda, sustained by tapas (appetizers) and cava (Spanish wine), is a fine way to spend a week.
Read the entire article ‘Dabble does Barcelona’ in Issue 10 of Dabble.
Kimberley Seldon About Kimberley Seldon

Kimberley is a vibrant presence in the world of design, enjoying an international reputation as a designer, journalist, keynote speaker and broadcast personality.
www.kimberleyseldon.com

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