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not dirty, just a grey uniqlo sweat. Jeans are APC petit standard, almost 7 years old and mostly held together by darning thread and patches. 

post #19637 of 22440

Getting cooler by the day! (not me, the weather) :P

 

 

 

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Originally Posted by Chulillo View Post
 

Getting cooler by the day! (not me, the weather) :P

 

 

 

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Coat is rad, Chulillo. I forget where you are located. Spain? My wife and I are considering a trip to either Barcelona or Morocco next year.

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Originally Posted by Koala-T View Post
 

Coat is rad, Chulillo. I forget where you are located. Spain? My wife and I are considering a trip to either Barcelona or Morocco next year.

 

 

Thanks mate! It is a waxed cotton jacket that I couldn't resist buying it when I saw it at the store... it was love at first sight, :P

 

I am located in Spain, right. Everybody form the US tends to go to Barcelona, I guess that being an Olympic city has its perks that way but even though Barcelona is beautiful you should check out the south (Seville, Granada, Córdoba...) and the north as well (Santiago de Compostela, San Sebastián, Oviedo...). You would not imagine how diferente our heritages are from one place to the other.

 

If you like architecture you should check those three areas because you will flip. Barcelona has its legacy from Gaudí which is fabulous (La Sagrada Familia, Parque Güell, Casa Batllò, Casa Milà, etc). Sevilla is such a monumental city (rather small in territory but with amazing buildings, the biggest gothic cathedral in the world, a Roman ruins, the biggest archive from the discovery of America, the remains of Columbus, lots of museums dedicated to so many different historic periods)... Granada has the Alhambra (which is one of the most stunning constructions -history wise- you could ever see, and it is such a beautiful city. Córdoba has is Masque (now a Cathedral) with such an amazing design nowadays and considering the time it was built; and its beautiful patios (people let you see their patios that are decorated with flowers of all kinds and it is truly amazing to see in person, takes your breath away.

 

Up north you have not only lots of little beautiful cities into which you must get lost but there is also so much natural parks and nature-oriented tourism that anyone could enjoy and never want to leave.

 

And of course the food... if you like eating, anywhere you go here there are some typical dishes you must taste and I am sure you will enjoy them very, very much.

 

You would not believe that in such small country (compared to others) you can find so many different climates, cultures, heritage, landscape diversity and so on... I think we really are truly blessed to have so many different places to go to in here.  

 

About Morocco, well, I have been a couple of times but I have never been too driven by it but that I have friends who absolutely love it. One of them said that they like it more than Paris... I think he is crazy because Paris is ones of my absolute favorite cities in the world.

 

Anyways, sorry for the long off topic.

post #19640 of 22440
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Originally Posted by Koala-T View Post
 

Coat is rad, Chulillo. I forget where you are located. Spain? My wife and I are considering a trip to either Barcelona or Morocco next year.

 

 

Thanks mate! It is a waxed cotton jacket that I couldn't resist buying it when I saw it at the store... it was love at first sight, :P

Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

I am located in Spain, right. Everybody form the US tends to go to Barcelona, I guess that being an Olympic city has its perks that way but even though Barcelona is beautiful you should check out the south (Seville, Granada, Córdoba...) and the north as well (Santiago de Compostela, San Sebastián, Oviedo...). You would not imagine how diferente our heritages are from one place to the other.

 

If you like architecture you should check those three areas because you will flip. Barcelona has its legacy from Gaudí which is fabulous (La Sagrada Familia, Parque Güell, Casa Batllò, Casa Milà, etc). Sevilla is such a monumental city (rather small in territory but with amazing buildings, the biggest gothic cathedral in the world, a Roman ruins, the biggest archive from the discovery of America, the remains of Columbus, lots of museums dedicated to so many different historic periods)... Granada has the Alhambra (which is one of the most stunning constructions -history wise- you could ever see, and it is such a beautiful city. Córdoba has is Masque (now a Cathedral) with such an amazing design nowadays and considering the time it was built; and its beautiful patios (people let you see their patios that are decorated with flowers of all kinds and it is truly amazing to see in person, takes your breath away.

 

Up north you have not only lots of little beautiful cities into which you must get lost but there is also so much natural parks and nature-oriented tourism that anyone could enjoy and never want to leave.

 

And of course the food... if you like eating, anywhere you go here there are some typical dishes you must taste and I am sure you will enjoy them very, very much.

 

You would not believe that in such small country (compared to others) you can find so many different climates, cultures, heritage, landscape diversity and so on... I think we really are truly blessed to have so many different places to go to in here.  

 

About Morocco, well, I have been a couple of times but I have never been too driven by it but that I have friends who absolutely love it. One of them said that they like it more than Paris... I think he is crazy because Paris is ones of my absolute favorite cities in the world.

 

Anyways, sorry for the long off topic.

 

Thanks, dude. This is very helpful info.

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Forgot one thing. f you are coming in spring/summer, pack your swimsuits... beautiful beaches everywhere, north, shouth and east. Personally my favorites are in Cádiz and then up north in Galicia.

 

If you land in Barcelona you can ride the high-speed train within the country and very cheap. You don't get the hassle of airports and it is quick, comfortable and you make the Barcelona-Madrid-Sevilla triangle in a flash (stopping in each city for at least a day or two). From Sevilla to Córdoba you could rent a car and you are there in an hour or ride the highspeed train again and be there in 20 minutes. From there to Granada to visit the Alhambra -among the seven wonders of world- and from there rent a car to Málaga's airport and back home if you don't want to go up north.

 

Anyways, just mumbling out loud :P

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Originally Posted by Chulillo View Post
 

Forgot one thing. f you are coming in spring/summer, pack your swimsuits... beautiful beaches everywhere, north, shouth and east. Personally my favorites are in Cádiz and then up north in Galicia.

 

If you land in Barcelona you can ride the high-speed train within the country and very cheap. You don't get the hassle of airports and it is quick, comfortable and you make the Barcelona-Madrid-Sevilla triangle in a flash (stopping in each city for at least a day or two). From Sevilla to Córdoba you could rent a car and you are there in an hour or ride the highspeed train again and be there in 20 minutes. From there to Granada to visit the Alhambra -among the seven wonders of world- and from there rent a car to Málaga's airport and back home if you don't want to go up north.

 

Anyways, just mumbling out loud :P

 

I will contact you for advice next time I visit Spain.

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Hey Chul, where did you get that jacket?
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Originally Posted by ocsine View Post


Hey Chul, where did you get that jacket?

Countryattire.co.uk - Barbour Lutz :)

To date, my favorite Barbour jacket. And everyone loves it. I have not yet heard anybody say anything negative about it, it is all compliments. 

 

 

 

 

 

What I wore today:

 

 

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post #19645 of 22440
Thanks Chul, I tried the Barbour Heritage Beacon jacket but found the shoulders too restrictive. This looks perfect...
post #19646 of 22440
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Originally Posted by ocsine View Post

Thanks Chul, I tried the Barbour Heritage Beacon jacket but found the shoulders too restrictive. This looks perfect...

I think the Beacon (or Commander) has a very weird shape. This one is simillar to the Beacon but with a much nicer cut I believe. If you have broad shoulders, don't worry because I have pretty wide shoulders as well and this fits perfect. 

post #19647 of 22440
Thanks a lot Chul, I can see that. Much appreciated.
post #19648 of 22440
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Originally Posted by Chulillo View Post

Quote:
Originally Posted by ocsine View Post


Hey Chul, where did you get that jacket?

Countryattire.co.uk - Barbour Lutz :)

To date, my favorite Barbour jacket. And everyone loves it. I have not yet heard anybody say anything negative about it, it is all compliments. 

 

 

 

 

 

What I wore today:

 

 

20Octubre2015_zpsajokk0ao.jpg~original


Wow... Amazing fit...
Mine today a bit darker but i am in "dark" days
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post #19649 of 22440

^^ trousers are NICE!! Brand?

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Originally Posted by Chulillo View Post
 
Quote:
Originally Posted by ocsine View Post


Hey Chul, where did you get that jacket?

Countryattire.co.uk - Barbour Lutz :)

To date, my favorite Barbour jacket. And everyone loves it. I have not yet heard anybody say anything negative about it, it is all compliments. 

 

 

 

 

 

What I wore today:

 

 

20Octubre2015_zpsajokk0ao.jpg~original

 


Wow... Amazing fit...
Mine today a bit darker but i am in "dark" days Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
dd5d14c567ddc8b48e4a993aa382a908.jpg
3f27e92a0528bf6ebfcddbdadfa3d855.jpg


Enviado desde mi zapato con Tapatalk

I have a pair of pants very similar to this (but all black, white, and gray, no color), and I finally decided to just sell them, because I can't figure out what to pair them with.

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