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  • INASPETTATAMENTE SANTIAGOE di nuovo Spagna per lavoro...stavolta però riesco a ritagliarmi una mezza giornata per me e per vedere un paese che mi ha sempre interessato: Santiago de Compostela! Posted by Gamby in Travel Is My Nature | Mar 6, 2016
  • RondaThe cost of the 75-minute bus ride was only 6.48 Euros, I was a beautiful trip through the steep coastal mountains of the Sierra Bermeja and the Serrania de Ronda. On arrival in was sunny and, at 739 metres, cold. Posted by kforge in Kevin & Jeni 2016 - Spain & Portugal | Mar 2, 2016
  • MalagaWe had provisionally booked an apartment for March in an old fisherman's cottage at Pedregalejo Beach, a few kms from Malaga City, for us and a couple of friends. We couldn't work out or find out just how big the Posted by kforge in Kevin & Jeni 2016 - Spain & Portugal | Mar 2, 2016
  • In MarbellaOur arrival at Malaga Airport could have been better. We waited for about 30 minutes for our bags and then the carousel stopped. The Lost Luggage people had gone home but a friendly Iberia lady told us that, of course, Posted by kforge in Kevin & Jeni 2016 - Spain & Portugal | Feb 26, 2016
  • A Day Out in CastellonThis entry is about Castellon, one of the lesser known coastal city in Spain compared to her more famous cousin Valencia. To appreciate landscape more, going on a drive along the coastal motorways either from Valencia or Barcelona is a Posted by canglingy in The Chronicles of Ling :) | Feb 20, 2016
  • Barcelona===A weekend in Barcelona=== Arriving into Barcelona on a late night flight, we were met with the rain and the cold, what we had hoped we had left behind in England. Barcelona is the capital of the Catalonia region on Posted by Tiki Touring in Tiki Touring | Feb 20, 2016
  • Cold frontRain was battering againt the windows when we opened the shutters this morning. Five minutes later it was blue sky, five minutes after that, rain squalls. It pretty much kept that up all day. Di and I Posted by Stittman in Europe 2016 | Feb 14, 2016
  • Describing the indescribable – Our visit to the AlhambraI’m not really sure what we were expecting when we visited the Alhambra but it kind of blew our socks off. Not just the history of the place; founded as a fortress in the 9 hundreds, occupied and expanded by Posted by Stittman in Europe 2016 | Feb 14, 2016
  • CoffeeOur heads and hearts were full of the ancient wonders of Alhambra Palace and our bellies full of Spanish sausage and red wine (or in Jordy’s case coke). In no particularly hurry, with no particular goal we wandered back Posted by Stittman in Europe 2016 | Feb 13, 2016
  • Cadiz to GranadaDavid and Rudy from Cadiz were really great. They jumped in the car and helped me navigate the maze of one way streets back to the apartment to load up and wished us well on our way. I love Spanish Posted by Stittman in Europe 2016 | Feb 12, 2016
  • Living in and Loving SpainDear Friends, We are back in Spain where the sun is almost always shining and the temperatures are warm....at least for John and I. It seemed like a longer trip here this year because we came into the trip tired Posted by Cowhiz in Living in and loving Spain | Feb 11, 2016
  • Lots of Laughs and New friendships in ConilWhat an amazing 6 weeks. We saw amazing sunrises and sunsets. Watched the surfers riding the most incredible waves Met some fabulous people. And participated in many fun and mad events from Christmas carol singing to live panto!!! I Posted by cjpolley in Adventure before Dementia | Feb 10, 2016
  • CaceresCaceres has a UNESCO world heritage site wall town, which it richly deserves, but this would appear to have left it a bit lifeless. We checked into the municipal campsite which had private wet rooms on each pitch and a spa Posted by cjpolley in Adventure before Dementia | Feb 7, 2016
  • More SierrasAfter the fantastic cultural overload of the past couple of days we headed off into the hills again and found a little aire by a lake in Penarroyo Pueblonuevo. We have great fun trying to find these places and also Posted by cjpolley in Adventure before Dementia | Feb 4, 2016
  • CórdobaWell if anyone wants a destination for a weekend, start with Sevilla, drive 100km to Cordoba then do the Madinat Az Zahra. Make that a long weekend! The jewel in the crown thus far has to be The Great Mosque with Posted by cjpolley in Adventure before Dementia | Feb 2, 2016
  • SevillaWe had spent a day here with Cathy and Richard and the realised it was too big for just one day and no research done before hand. We found the aire at the marina moderately easily, which means we only had Posted by cjpolley in Adventure before Dementia | Feb 2, 2016
  • Hiring a campervan in Seville? Yeeeeeeeep If you are asking yourself this question, you should do it already. Let me explain myself, why should I need a campervan in Seville? Is a city where you need a transport The Posted by TravelVanSpain in Van Hire Trip in Spain | Feb 2, 2016
  • On the road againIt took us a couple of days to clean Friday and pack everything away, quite exciting too. Monday Gary took the car back and we tried to pick up the repaired awning and new curtains, this time the workshop was Posted by cjpolley in Adventure before Dementia | Jan 31, 2016
  • RondaWe had been told by loads of people that Ronda was a place not to be missed. Loads of people were not wrong. On another perfectly sunny Sunday morning, with Gary again driving we set off on the main road. The Posted by cjpolley in Adventure before Dementia | Jan 31, 2016
  • Medina SedoniaOur new great friends, Donna and Gary, hired a car and asked us to join them on a couple of trips. We travelled to the very pretty mountain village of Medina Sedonia; the village we missed out on due to Posted by cjpolley in Adventure before Dementia | Jan 31, 2016
  • More friends IISaturday was the day of the Japanese festival at the campsite, something that the long termers invented to mark the arrival of the new Japanese travel good luck token, by one of the campers. Well I don't think many people who Posted by cjpolley in Adventure before Dementia | Jan 22, 2016
  • More friendsAfter the excitement of 3 kings we slowed down a bit, waiting for Lesley and Andy to arrive. The weather was a bit up and down so we hoped for the best for their visit. We had several plans depending Posted by cjpolley in Adventure before Dementia | Jan 18, 2016
  • Vilopriu - Barcelona - ArlandaBreakfast was served at 7.45 am and apparently the housekeeper thought it was early since she hadn’t changed from her sleeping outfit yet. But she had a very strong personality and didn’t seem to care even though people around her Posted by bejjan in Trail ride in Catalonia | Oct 7, 2012
  • Vilopriu We woke up realizing that none of us had been disturbed by the roosters during the night. I guess we were all too tired and didn’t wake up because of that. Breakfast was served at 8.30 am and the transfer Posted by bejjan in Trail ride in Catalonia | Oct 6, 2012
  • Parets de Dalt - Vilopriu Breakfast was served at 8.45 pm and the transfer to the horses departure at 9.30 pm. Today we were looking forward to a 5 hour ride in the saddle with lunch and a 1 hour visit in the town Besalú Posted by bejjan in Trail ride in Catalonia | Oct 5, 2012
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