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Creatives from six different cities tell the tales of their weekend adventures.

Inés Miró-Sans
Hotelier, Barcelona

On weekends, I try to stay fairly close to home; the faster I can get somewhere, the more time I have there. I often go to an area in the countryside called Empordà since it’s only a 90-minute drive from Barcelona. One Saturday, when I was in Empordà, I walked a trail in the mountains; there was this smell of the outdoors and I realized that I knew it from my childhood. I don’t experience that sensation as often

  • Words:
    Molly Mandell

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