Five Spanish Fiestas You’re Invited To in August

From Madrid to Barcelona, the sangria is flowing, sometimes with a hint of tomato. Religious celebrations, tomato fights and neighborhood competitions bring out the best of this country each and every August.

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Summer in Barcelona For the First Timer

The list goes on, and on of Barcelona’s many attractions. You can even add the Spanish city’s street lights to that list for they appear like works of art, dangling in the same fashion as earrings.

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Barcelona’s Lively La Ribera District

An eclectic and vibrant city, Barcelona is home to a variety of culturally intoxicating and historically rich neighborhoods, not least of which is the lively La Ribera district.

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Las Vegas Sands Considering a "Mini Vegas" in Spain

The chairman of the Las Vegas Sands Corporation says the company is looking into a $20 billion project that would re-create the Vegas Strip in Spain.

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Beach Breaks To Beat The Biting Cold

By this time of year, winter wonderlands once desired around the holidays are now unwelcome. Snow bank after snow bank, it is time for winter to make an exit. Even good old Punxsutawney Phil would like to see an early spring. If you have a week off this bitter February, get in some beach time at these favorites.

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