I belong in Barcelona

You Belong in Barcelona

When it comes to Europe, you don’t want to decide between culture and fun. You want art by day and a big party by night.
Barcelona is ideal for you. You can check out some Picasso, eat some tapas, take a siesta, and then dance all night!

Not sure about the dancing all night part … maybe the siesta helps there. πŸ™‚

via Rachael

12 thoughts on “I belong in Barcelona

  1. So, what are you waiting for? Come to live to Barcelona!!!

    Just drop an email to Dr. Sabbah asking to open a Rational lab here (he knowns very well Barcelona, I can guarantee you) πŸ˜‰ Xavier and myself will welcome and introduce you to the party and siesta fun πŸ™‚

  2. You Belong in Amsterdam

    A little old fashioned, a little modern – you’re the best of both worlds. And so is Amsterdam.
    Whether you want to be a squatter graffiti artist or a great novelist, Amsterdam has all that you want in Europe (in one small city).

    What European City Do You Belong In?

  3. But I like “pub crawls”, too…. and I’m “a little old-fashioned, a little modern”… AND I’m a geek.

    I think the moral of the story is I belong EVERYWHERE.

    I’ll start with getting the IBM Rational office opened in Barcelona, and then work my way northward. πŸ™‚

  4. Looks like i belong in Dublin… I bet I’d like it, but I have this thing with mild weather. But, anyway, this may be a good excuse to go out to an Irish pub today.

  5. I was stumbling around on-line and came across this. I live in Barcelona right now, and though I had a lot of places to choose from, it was always my first choice. Aside from the manageable size, there is so much to do, and if you get tired of the city, getting out is so easy. There are trains to most villages, and the coast is famous for a reason.

    Also, this is a young city and it has a lot of life; parties, concerts, events, etc. Oh, and jobs in the Arts here are great! I work in a Museum that pays well and actually adds to my resumΓ©. A far cry, indeed, from my Boston job as a beauty salong receptionist.

    All cities mentioned on here have huge (and growing) expat communities. In Amsterdam I know they have Amsterdam weekly, which would be my first stop for choosing, and Barcelona has BCN Week (www.bcnweek.com), which is geared towards the same demographic. To tell you the truth, aside from your run of the mill newspapers, a lot of European capitals lack in interesting press, which may not seem important when on the outside, but once in a city, having that is like water for a thirsty person.

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