An Almuñécar Summer – We Are Going Local!

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“Press This” VS “Reblog” on

Learn something new every day!

Luca Sartoni

A couple of days ago, at the Annual Bloggers Bash in London, during my Q&A, I got asked about the difference between “Press This” and “Reblog”. Here a more extensive answer.

Press This

Press This provides a lightning-fast way to grab text, images, or video from any website and post it to your blog. It works with sites and self-hosted WordPress sites.

Press This is a bookmarklet, a special piece of code, that is saved as a favorite in you browser’s bookmarks bar and allow to perform a quick action, with just a click.

Here you can find more information about Press This on Here a more technical documentation about Press This on self-hosted WordPress sites.


Reblog is a special feature of Reblogging is a quick way to share posts published by other users on your own blog. To reblog a post, click…

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Snacking Galician Style at Atlántico Casa de Petiscos

It is posts like this that keep Valencia on my short list for an extended stay in Spain next year! Fresh and boundary-pushing takes on traditional Galician dishes! We love spicy food so this one is intriguing. Gorgeous photography, Julia! Let’s do this!

Jill's Urban Food Crawls

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Few things make me happier than finding a new place to enjoy fresh, creative seafood. That’s why I’m so thrilled that Michelin-starred Chef Pepe Solla has selected Valencia for his latest venture, a beautifully designed restaurant showcasing Galician cuisine. When we saw Atlántico Casa de Petiscos opening in Valencia this February, I rushed to read about it and was immediately excited to give it a try.

Pepe Solla grew up in his family’s restaurant Casa Solla in Pontevedra, Galicia. One of the oldest restaurants in Spain, Casa Solla has maintained a Michelin star since 1980. Pepe Solla eventually took over the kitchen at Casa Solla. Just a few years ago, Solla opened two casual restaurants under the name Atlántico in Madrid. Atlántico Casa de Comidas first opened in 2015 serving traditional Galician food. Atlántico Casa de Petiscos opened a year later in Madrid.

Atlantico Case de Petiscos Valencia Spain

Petiscos means “snacks” and the concept is perfect for…

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Visit Ljubljana – You Won’t Be Disappointed!

Amanda Afield

I’ll be honest-I hadn’t heard of Ljubljana until I started researching our Croatia trip and decided to start it in Slovenia, but I’m so glad we spent a few days here soaking in the atmosphere and enjoying the city.

It seems like the cafes along the river through Ljubljana are always full and you’re really spoilt for choice with bars, cafes and ice cream stands with seats overlooking the water on either side. Our hotel was right by the river and we enjoyed sitting outside with a drink and doing a bit of people watching. We also enjoyed people watching from above, as our hotelm Vander Urbani Resort, had a rooftop infinity pool. (It was a bit of a birthday treat).

We toured Ljubljana castle as well, which involves taking a funicular up to scenic views of the city. Though the castle is more for public functions and restaurants, you can…

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But First Cuddle.

via Photo Challenge: Friend This little girl stole my heart! We usually foster kittens once or twice a season for the San Diego Humane Society. For anyone thinking about doing this, I can tell you from much experience that it is not always easy, but it is incredibly rewarding! I don't have experience working with …

Beginner’s Vegetarian Smoothie

In a recent post, I wrote about my foray into vegetarianism. I am sure that every person's story is a little different, but my goal was simply to continue to move my lifestyle toward what I consider a more happy and healthy one... both for my body and the planet... and to lead by example. …

Food Porn du Jour

Inspired by a Spanish dish I saw the other day on Jill's Urban Food Crawls, one of my current favorite Spanish foodie blogs, I adapted my own version. I am calling it Cheesy Potato Wedges... I know, I still need to work on the name.. and maybe the recipe too. Open to suggestions. Now, I began …

Exploring Sedona: Red Rocks & Mysticism

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Awesome Blogger Award

I would like to thank Emma at CurlyGirlAbroad for nominating me for the Awesome Blogger Award. As a blogger virgin only writing in my second month, I am honored to be recognized by one of my peers. Thank you, Emma. Alright. Here we go... The Rules: Thank the person who nominated you Tag your post with #awesomebloggeraward …

A Gothic Masterpiece: Heavenly Light, Hellish Queues

I am not a morning person. ...but we awoke early that bright, clear, spring morning to avoid long queues for the Catedral de Seville in Andalusian Spain. The streets were nearly empty. The golden morning light brought a unique liveliness to this piece of architectural history. When it was completed in the early 1500's it surpassed …