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  • Cala de sa CalobraI have managed to put together the short clips Penny shot holding her camera above the windshield on one of the roads in Mallorca. There is sound on the video. I hope you manage to get this OK Posted by Tony and Penny in Tony and Pennys Travels | Oct 11, 2014
  • Bilbao and the Guggenheim MuseumYou may have already read the kids' blogs about our day trip to the Guggenheim Museum in Bilbao during our stay in Porrua (near Llanes in northern Spain). If you haven't, then perhaps have a read after this (same password): Ben Posted by SamSueEurope in Keep up - an Australian family odyssey | Oct 10, 2014
  • La Sagrada Familia - Antoni Gaudí's masterpiece! If you Google for the 'new seven wonder of the world', your list will include: Great wall of China in China, Taj Mahal in India, Petra in Jordan, Colosseum in Italy, Chichen Izta in Posted by deeptisubraya in let's go! | Oct 8, 2014
  • Roadtripping through Southern Spain (Part 2)Last post I described the planning progress of this week-long roadtrip. We had booked a rather cheap rental car through www.billiger-mietwagen.de, ending up at a local provider with name "Goldcar". I have to underline right from the beginning, that the Posted by fuechsken in A Travel Bug's Tales | Oct 7, 2014
  • GuadalupeNoticeably colder than Gib this morning. I suppose you get used to the heat there, even though it is oppressive. Quite a cool ride out of Aracena toward Guadalupe, but at least it was bright, clear and dry. The only slight Posted by Laurence.m54 in Spain. On a motorbike. | Oct 7, 2014
  • La peregrina, VivianHere are 3 photos of Vivian. While she has taken the vast majority of the photos, I can manage to point and shoot our camera. Here is a photo of her in the narrow medieval streets of St. Jean Pied Posted by CraigVivian in Craig & Vivian Walk the Camino | Oct 7, 2014
  • La Entrada a PamplonaPamplona is best known for the encierro, or the running of the bulls during the Festival of San Fermin each July 6-14 when 1,000,000 descend on it. Las fiestas de San Fermin fechan desde 1215. The encierro was first brought Posted by CraigVivian in Craig & Vivian Walk the Camino | Oct 7, 2014
  • Fin Del CaminoNot everyone makes the complete journey to Santiago de Compostela. Some journeys are truncated by injury and even death. Here is a cross we encountered leaving Zubiri on our second day in Spain dedicated to Rosanna di Verona. On our Posted by CraigVivian in Craig & Vivian Walk the Camino | Oct 7, 2014
  • The Route de NapoleonIn early 1808, Napoleon moved 200,000 troops in stages into Spain and Portugal eventually causing the abdication of the Spanish King, Charles IV. Napoleon then installed his brother, Joseph (nicknamed by the Spaniards disrespectfully as Pepe Botella) as K Posted by CraigVivian in Craig & Vivian Walk the Camino | Oct 7, 2014
  • Professor Higgins Was WrongIn the 1964 musical, "My Fair Lady," Professor Henry Higgins teaching Eliza Doolittle elocution and diction famously said, "the rain in Spain stays mainly in the plain." On our first morning in Spain leaving the mountain pass town of Posted by CraigVivian in Craig & Vivian Walk the Camino | Oct 7, 2014
  • To The Little ShadowsA fierce heart and a stunning mind with a laugh that sounds like all of the good things this world has to offer, Beth Barrie is the kind of woman you want on your team. She leads with a passion Posted by mirandabarrie in To Sail, Not Drift | Oct 7, 2014
  • Gibraltar to AracenaI had mixed feelings this morning, about leaving Gibraltar. I did see a lot of it while I was there, but no way could I have seen all of it, in just a day and a half. It is a Posted by Laurence.m54 in Spain. On a motorbike. | Oct 6, 2014
  • Mallorca 2013[img=http://photos. Posted by C's Adventures in Photos and memories | Oct 6, 2014
  • Bringing Holly home. Having retired after 25 years running a wholesale drinks company in Spain, Susan and I decided it was time to travel and see as much as we possible could on four wheels. In the 70 Posted by The Spelmans in The Spelmans Great Adventures | Oct 6, 2014
  • Backpacking in Espana! My first trip to Europe, we decided to go to Spain – not my choice but my husband’s, who has been to Europe before and feels that Barcelona is the best city in Europe and he wanted Posted by deeptisubraya in let's go! | Oct 6, 2014
  • From Granada to CasabermejaThis part of my journey was all about visiting my cousin Helen, and her family, who are living the dream, in a restored farmhouse some 20km from Malaga. The restoration is an ongoing project, but the difference in what the Posted by Laurence.m54 in Spain. On a motorbike. | Oct 4, 2014
  • Planes, Delays, and Automobiles Hello Everybody, First off, sorry for the long hiatus! I am still alive and well. Don't worry! As for the reason for my long absence: I went on a trip last weekend to Bilbao and Barcelona and didn't get back Posted by TrixiStella in Don't Worry, I'm Just Panicking | Oct 4, 2014
  • Jamon! We've just spent the last 5 days in Barcelona, Spain. Barcelona is an amazing mix of traditional and new, both in style, architecture and in cuisine. It has trendy modern shops, organic fo Posted by tylerandshawna in Tyler and Shawna's Great Adventure | Oct 4, 2014
  • GranadaThe last few days have been spent at Janine's villa in San Miguel just resting & getting my breath back before continuing with this marathon trip. The best part of this rest, was the trip to Torrevieja to feast on Posted by Laurence.m54 in Spain. On a motorbike. | Oct 1, 2014
  • Puerto de las Nieves, Gran CanariaThe trip from Puerto de la Cruz to Gran Canaria was a relatively straightforward one..taxi back to santa Cruz along it's jammed dual carriageway motorway...I would so love to know where everyone is going in the island, as no matter Posted by louisebenn in my own little vuelta de espana | Sep 30, 2014
  • Puerto de la Cruz, TenerifeThe arrangements to meet Mr Fresh legs were in theory relatively straight forward..he'd head northwards on the west coast and I would cross from East to west and we'd meet at Tejine. I had the shorter distance, just 20km and Posted by louisebenn in my own little vuelta de espana | Sep 29, 2014
  • La ManchaAfter a pretty good nights sleep, despite the clock tower trying its hardest to keep me awake, a continental breakfast and away I go. Today's destination will be Cuenca, in Valencia. Noticeably hotter and drier today than it previously has been Posted by Laurence.m54 in Spain. On a motorbike. | Sep 26, 2014
  • Leaving the MountainsYesterday I left the cool heights of the Pyrenees (only 6 degrees!) and took the scenic route down and towards the south. I could feel the change in climate more or less straight away, getting much warmer with every Posted by Laurence.m54 in Spain. On a motorbike. | Sep 26, 2014
  • What Happens in IBIZA Stays in IBIZA!Beautiful beaches, warm, crystal clear water, an awe inspiring Castle, cute side streets, gorgeous yachts anchored at port, amazing food (especially the paella), 28 degree weather each and everyday. But there is one reason in particular, one ventures to Posted by BlondeandCurly in Blonde&Curly Adventures | Sep 25, 2014
  • ArgomanizFor half the group this was departure day as they are sailing tonight from Santander to Plymouth. We and another four couples had booked an extra night and sail from Bilboa to Portsmouth tomorrow. We waved off the others with Posted by Tony and Penny in Tony and Pennys Travels | Sep 24, 2014
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