Nothing could be more stereotypical of Venice then bridge-covered canals! All that's missing is a gondola and black and white stripes.
You can barely make out the small, windy streets of Venice from high atop this tower view. This dreamy little island is jam-packed, quite literally, with espresso bars and shops around every corner.
It's not a trip to Spain without making the pilgrimage to the town of Figueres, hometown of Salvador Dali and the museum that houses his greatest work and dead body (for real, he's buried there). The building itself is worth the visit and instantly displays Dali's eccentric and imaginative mind.
Barcelona's greatest claim to fame is its' out-of-control architecture. This is just a portion of the ceiling in Sagrada Familia, an unfinished yet still stunning basilica designed by Antoni Gaudi. Check out 'ol Tony's other architectural masterpieces - he's quite the inspiration.
Sidewalk cafes are always calling you to sit and soak in the city.
The historic and sacred walk through Notre Dame.
The metro signs of Paris always had me drooling.