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  • Tenerife – Spain - Pico del Teide (Mount Teide) To start this blog off with a site packed with movie myths: Pico del Teide, Tenerife's vulcano and spain's highest mountain (but that are not the myths) [b]Planet of the a Posted by Stefmuts in Travelling the movies | Aug 3, 2018
  • Where we ate: SalamancaCuzco Bodega Another blogger recommended this place just off the Plaza Mayor, and it did not disappoint. The menu is non-traditional tapas. I enjoyed my mini duck burrito and some goat cheese with caramelized onions. They have some mini-burgers with lo Posted by amikulski in Toddler Travels | Aug 1, 2018
  • Where we ate: BarcelonaEven though we had been to Spain before with DD1, this was our first time really navigating restaurant food with kids. Back then, DD1 had just turned 1, so she ate baby food and assorted bites of our food. We Posted by amikulski in Toddler Travels | Jul 29, 2018
  • Camino Day 20: Sunrise Shadows[center][/center] Earliest day up thus far. Our hostel host called into the dorm room to inform us that coffee was ready. I reminded myself that most hostels alb Posted by Shantitraveler in Camino de Santiago | Jul 29, 2018
  • La PalmaThis was probably our favorite Island. We didn’t see the beaches (read that they were black sand beaches) but the city was beautiful. The buildings with their colorful exteriors, yet the cobblestone streets were very old town European. Lovely city Posted by joannereyes in Travel the World | Jul 27, 2018
  • Gran CanariaWe enjoyed our time here, reminded us a bit of Hermosa beach. Apartments everywhere and a beautiful strand to walk along the beach. The beach was nice and very European. I’m just saying, the Europeans are not self-conscious​ of their Posted by joannereyes in Travel the World | Jul 27, 2018
  • LanzaroteOut of the three Canary Island we visited, this was our least favorite. Could have been the weather, extremely windy, but it just wasn’t anything special. The beaches we saw were not that nice but, that could be partly due Posted by joannereyes in Travel the World | Jul 27, 2018
  • BarcelonaWow! Ding, ding, ding, I think we have an addition to our all-time top five favorite cities. We thoroughly enjoyed our time in Barcelona, the food is delicious and there are bakeries on every corner (make that every corner and Posted by joannereyes in Travel the World | Jul 27, 2018
  • The Barcelona days. . . part 2The food: Our meals in Barcelona were fantastic. We ate at [[https://www.facebook.com/aleandhop/|Ale&Hop]], which is part vegetarian restaurant part brewpub. It was the perfect mix of our epicurean interests! As there are limited vegetarian/v Posted by baecation2016 in Luna de miel | Jul 25, 2018
  • The Barcelona days. . part 1Thankfully, the Vueling flight to Barcelona ended up going pretty smoothly in comparison to the flight to Palma de Mallorca. After a very expensive taxi ride, we finally arrived at our Airbnb in Torrelles de Llobregat, [[https://abnb.me/C2uuf287KO|“la T Posted by baecation2016 in Luna de miel | Jul 24, 2018
  • Mallorca #3Taking our second crack at hiking through the bird sanctuary, this time we were not going to let the heat (or anything else) hold us back. We set out much earlier in the day with a solid plan for arriving by Posted by baecation2016 in Luna de miel | Jul 23, 2018
  • Camino Day 19: The Other Way[center][/center] I preferred to linger in the luxury of a private room when taken. I savored the quiet peaceful wake to the day, absent of rustling of bags be Posted by Shantitraveler in Camino de Santiago | Jul 22, 2018
  • Mallorca #2Day 2 in Mallorca we could not wait a moment longer to check out the beach! Our host had suggested a few beaches that are pretty close to our little town, and not too crowded with tourists. We chose a gorgeous Posted by baecation2016 in Luna de miel | Jul 21, 2018
  • MadridParis wiped us out--all those consecutive days without an afternoon rest/nap and only getting the girls to bed on time once, despite our best efforts. Our departure day was also tiring; we woke up early so that we could leave Posted by amikulski in Toddler Travels | Jul 20, 2018
  • Improving the Shining Hour===Saturday, August 1=== [About Aug 2nd I think tho she didn't date the letter -- and this is from Madrid] [i]Last night on the train I shared a compartment with a Spanish couple, a Spanish man (who spent 3/4 of the night Posted by greatgrandmaR in Ship Follower | Aug 1, 1964
  • Camino Day 18: Kapicitta or Monkey Mind [center][/center] Only one early riser today. The more quiet, non-English speaking Czech woman headed out solo. Perhaps remnants from last night’s dinner table theatrics with the ‘Musk Posted by Shantitraveler in Camino de Santiago | Jul 17, 2018
  • Mallorca!It was tough leaving Lisbon after only two days. We were just starting to really get comfortable navigating the language and the city. But the next adventure awaits!! An early morning turned into a very long day of traveling. Posted by baecation2016 in Luna de miel | Jul 17, 2018
  • Washington Irving and the Alhambra===Thursday, July 30, 1964 - en route to Granada=== [i]Dear Mother, Well the train is a madhouse. It is a good thing I have a seat reservation alth Posted by greatgrandmaR in Ship Follower | Jul 30, 1964
  • Meeting the Ship in Valencia===Saturday 25 July 1964 === [i]Well I had a good night and am now up. The country side is much greener looking and I see orange trees and palms approaching Valencia. As I wrote, Saturday was fiesta day. The travel agency Posted by greatgrandmaR in Ship Follower | Jul 25, 1964
  • Trains in Spain I was planning to meet my sister in Madrid, and then go to Lisbon, Seville and end up in Valencia so I could meet my husband's ship there. However, we apparently couldn't get a train ticket from Lisbon or Posted by greatgrandmaR in Ship Follower | Jul 24, 1964
  • SalamancaOn Sunday, we headed to Salamanca. It was an all-day affair. We left Barcelona in the morning on a high-speed train; the girls enjoyed the novelty of that. We arrived in Madrid Atocha station about 3 hours later. Our next Posted by amikulski in Toddler Travels | Jul 12, 2018
  • Barcelona, Part 2By day 3, our advance ticket game seemed to have improved. We ordered online tickets for later in the day at La Pedrera (Casa Milá). Then we went to the Arc de Triomf [img=https://photos.travellerspoint.com/392903/c13fb5b0-849d-11e8-820f-4bc0eec49153. Posted by amikulski in Toddler Travels | Jul 10, 2018
  • Barcelona, Part 1**Note: DD1 brought her first grown-up camera on the trip, so I will be featuring some of her pics in this blog. She took the Parc Güell photo and many of the ones from Sagrada Familia.* For this trip, I wanted Posted by amikulski in Toddler Travels | Jul 9, 2018
  • Camino Day 17: The Ol' Monastery [center] [/center] Our hostel host Jesus set out a quaint breakfast in the morning at this municipal albergue. A “muni” albergue is a basic hostel ran by the local authorities. These hostel Posted by Shantitraveler in Camino de Santiago | Jul 7, 2018
  • Arriving in Barcelona!I landed a few days ago in Barcelona and I'm so excited to hit the ground running. This is my first trip in a few years and I couldn't be more excited to have a new adventure. The flight itself Posted by RebeccaTravels in Backpacking Europe | Jul 6, 2018
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