monday funday: vacation dreaming

I've discovered I have a hard time coming to terms with the endlessness of the work-weekend-work-weekend routine. While it's probably not the best to start dreaming about vacations when Monday rolls around, it does make me feel a lot better about starting the week.

I'm trying to figure out what my summer hurrah will be... Copenhagen or Barcelona? I gave myself [and the boy] those two choices pretty arbitrarily. I think they're totally different, but I really can't decide which I prefer! What do you guys think? Have you ever been to either place?

Here are the things I think about when I ponder my options..



1. Copenhagen chic - Stephanie G
2. Barcelona chic - Zina Ch


Wangari M. said...

I haven't been to either but as a resident of scandinavia I just have to say that it is a beautiful place to visit and that you wouldn't be dissappointed ;)

Good luck making a decision!

kacedilla said...

You are only allowed to go if you take me (and pay for my way) LOL.. jk. They're both attractive and fun but the question you need to ask yourself is which has better pastries? We know that is the best part of a vacation for you lol

Nicole said...

BARCELONA!!! One day I will go to espana...please live my dream haha.

Marga Flores said...

Some tips to travel to Barcelona:

Hire a car only if you are going to spend several days there, so you can visit also the surroundings and places like Montserrat, Port Aventura, Costa Brava, etc.

Be careful with pickpockets in metro and city center.

If you are going to travel with your family rent a centric apartment (here they have holiday apartments in barcelona city center and they give out a free pocket guide, which is always useful).

If you are going with friends it's a good idea too, but then you may want to look for something cheaper (here they have cheap accommodation in barcelona, from 19 € per night or so).

And enjoy!

Ian said...

Vacation is an exciting time for tourists to explore new places, cultures and other people. During such, one of the major considerations is the place to stay in. Aside from hotels, you can opt for a short term furnished rentals (NYC and other key destinations). They even offer home like amenities that are comfortable and calming for an individual or a group traveling. Most short term furnished rentals (New York and other cities) are situated near malls and major attractions which can be an advantage for tourists since they don't have to travel far to go from one place to another.

Hope you'd be able to have a great vacation trip!