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  • Having a Mari-timeWe took our time getting going and it felt good. We hit the hotel breakfast buffet with a little more experience. I found the olive oil and figured out the coffee maker while Kelcy got the hang of Posted by bendurbin in DurbsAbroad | Dec 5, 2018
  • Getting SettledWe awoke to essentially silence, the wide road and walkway beneath the balcony was still with only the movement of city workers cleaning up from the festivities from the previous day. Apparently this place doesn't wake up until way Posted by bendurbin in DurbsAbroad | Dec 3, 2018
  • Movin' on UpOur flight to Barcelona was scheduled for 12:35 pm which meant that Kelcy would prefer to be at the airport at 9:05am. Well, I wasn't too down with that but we compromised. We got up at a leisurely Posted by bendurbin in DurbsAbroad | Dec 3, 2018
  • Seeing a lotta GranadaWith nothing pressing, we rounded up our dirty clothes and went out to find laundry service. The hostel's front desk pointed out a place nearby but when we got there it either wasn't open or didn't exist anymore. Posted by bendurbin in DurbsAbroad | Nov 30, 2018
  • Opening the PomegranateWe woke up in Granada, the land of the pomegranates. The city's name actually translates into pomegranate and there are trees bearing the fruit all around. It is also the land of ringing bells. You're only ever Posted by bendurbin in DurbsAbroad | Nov 29, 2018
  • Seein' Sevilla9:00 seems to be our new hour to get up. We did it again and got going for the day. We are leaving tomorrow morning so we needed to get some laundry done. I Googled a place Posted by bendurbin in DurbsAbroad | Nov 25, 2018
  • The Long Arc of HistoryUp at the crack of 9:00, or so, we were getting ready for our Sevilla Adventura. We were to meet our tour group in the Jardines de Murillo at 10:45. We got some grub, consisting of pan con Posted by bendurbin in DurbsAbroad | Nov 24, 2018
  • Giving Thanks to Who is ResponsibleWe got up pretty early since we knew we had to be out of the apartment by 11:00 and on the train at noon. We got ready and went out to the place we were planning on Churros and Posted by bendurbin in DurbsAbroad | Nov 23, 2018
  • The Rain in Spain falls also on BarcelonaI woke up at 8:30, which is super-late for me. My feet were dead tired from all the walking I've been doing the past few days. It took a while for me to fully wake up, get organized, check out, and Posted by spsadventures in Adventures by spsadventures | Oct 27, 2018
  • Last HurrahWe had another sleep-in morning. You'd think with siestas that we'd be ready for the day early. Not sure what is the case but it feels mighty nice to just snooze. We were finally ready for the Posted by bendurbin in DurbsAbroad | Nov 22, 2018
  • Feeling GoodWell, getting up early didn't happen as planned. We did get up at 6:30 to realize that it was still super dark and that no one was even out and about yet. We pulled back the eye shades Posted by bendurbin in DurbsAbroad | Nov 21, 2018
  • Reviews, Reminders and ReplanningSo, for blog 33, things are going to be a bit different. Since my last post, we've stayed put in Mont Roig del-Camp, a couple of hours south of Barcelona. We've decided to stay until the site closes on 30th Posted by One streetaway in #Jexit 2018 | Nov 21, 2018
  • Settling InAfter getting unpacked, we took showers and prepared to head out. Sleeping sounded so inviting but that would have just led us to prolonging our jet-lag. Madrid is definitely a walking town for the major areas of interest and we Posted by bendurbin in DurbsAbroad | Nov 21, 2018
  • Precious First TimesAs we got closer to land, breakfast was delivered. We were still a ways off shore but I was really glad to be woken up. On the flight path on the in-seat TV I could see land was Posted by bendurbin in DurbsAbroad | Nov 21, 2018
  • Malaga to Horley and homeAuthor Carole Well here I am on Westjet for the next 12 hours, so have decided to jot down a few thoughts of the last 4 days of our adventure. The story actually begins on the last night in Ronda Posted by Carole and Rod in Peru Perusars & Portal to Portugal | Nov 15, 2018
  • Serials, Sadness and Staying put Hey all, and welcome to blog 32. This is probably going to be the hardest one I've had to write to date, as we received some tragic news a few days ago. I'll do my best to deliver that in Posted by One streetaway in #Jexit 2018 | Nov 15, 2018
  • CartagenaToday was an "on our own" day which meant we could have a leisurely start. As it was to be our last port of call in Spain, our mission was to have some Churros! It was another short walk into Posted by Holdensam in UK, Cruising & Christmas Markets | Nov 14, 2018
  • MalagaA lovely sunny day greeted us this morning as we set off to meet our tour guide, Felix. He was very knowledgeable about and very proud of, Malaga. One of the first things we noticed was the multitude of orange Posted by Holdensam in UK, Cruising & Christmas Markets | Nov 14, 2018
  • The Rain in Spain Stays Mainly AwayCadiz and a Quiz We did our own thing in Cadiz. The ship was berthed right alongside the town so we headed into the town centre for a look around and to enjoy a bit of sunshine. There were lots of Posted by Holdensam in UK, Cruising & Christmas Markets | Nov 12, 2018
  • Spain, October 2018October holiday Spain, 2018 Saturday 27th October Manila to Madrid. A long way for a week. But, limited European opportunities of late prompted the visit and we boarded our Dubai/Madrid bound flight late Friday evening. The best part of 20 hours lat Posted by Patrick H. in Patrick Hillman's Travels | Nov 10, 2018
  • BilbaoBilbao is a city to get lost in. Literally. Even with Google maps I was unable to find half the places my ‘Bilbao-in-one-day' online guide was trying to maneuver me to. At one time I found myself stranded on an Posted by Old Man At in Old man goes around | Nov 8, 2018
  • Murder on the CommonOk, sorry for the time between posts, but we've had internet issues since getting on the ship - surprise, surprise! I even spent almost an hour writing another entry yesterday and when I went to post it, it disappeared!! I Posted by Holdensam in UK, Cruising & Christmas Markets | Nov 7, 2018
  • Culture, Coastlines and CalendarsWell, what a week it's been since my last blog. This one is now number 31, and you find us beachside in lovely sunny Spain (or at least it has been, today is a bit more of a cloudy number). Posted by One streetaway in #Jexit 2018 | Nov 5, 2018
  • Day 8Time to pack up our bags and leave this wonderful hotel. But first, another nice breakfast in our private dining room. Some in our group took a short hike around the town and vineyards. We chose to Posted by bloomcrew in Basque Country France/Spain 2018 | Nov 3, 2018
  • Day 6Shuttled this morning to the charming town of St Jean Pied de Port. With a population of only 1700, this idyllic spot in the foothills of the Pyrenees is the French starting point for hikers on the Camino de Santiago Posted by bloomcrew in Basque Country France/Spain 2018 | Oct 29, 2018
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