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  • OK, I've seen 'Guernica' many, many timesI just didn't make the connection until today when i 'huffily' told PB ... "If you're going; you should at least research why this painting is important and why i want to see it." He did ... turns out, the Posted by ChinaBecky in Portuguese Viagem | Feb 11, 2020
  • España 18 Day 8/9Up, packed and breakfast had before we set off at around 10am for the 332km drive back to the airport hotel where Centaur have their rental office. Unfortunately, I had a dickhead moment getting the car out of the parking space Posted by InvictaMoto in Revista España 2018 | Feb 10, 2020
  • España 18 Day 7After staying in both and on hindsight I might have opted to stay in Cáceres and made a day trip to Mérida. It's not that far on the A66. With Claire's hip problem we ended up driving and parking at or Posted by InvictaMoto in Revista España 2018 | Feb 10, 2020
  • España 18 Day 6Up and away about 9.30am. Cáceres is only about 40 miles away. The A66 route is pretty boring but it looks like ordinary roads have been replaced by the autovia everywhere. A stop for coffee on the way gave me my first Posted by InvictaMoto in Revista España 2018 | Feb 10, 2020
  • España 18 Day 5[img=https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/-6z_PyZAH0h8/Ww55yCzJ7CI/AAAAAAABPaI/kRR5gei4-0AH9K9qjOReADu1zu1YcI7OACHMYCw/s Posted by InvictaMoto in Revista España 2018 | Feb 5, 2020
  • España 18 Day 4.2Once the shorts were exchanged for jeans we set off again for the Amphitheatre and Theatre. Following the tourist signs. After three passes alongside and a failed parking attempt by the Mérida football stadium we parked opposite outside a school. The Posted by InvictaMoto in Revista España 2018 | Feb 5, 2020
  • España 18 Day 4.1After breakfast first stop Puente Romane. Got halfway but 14°C too cold for man in shorts. [center][img=https://lh Posted by InvictaMoto in Revista España 2018 | Feb 5, 2020
  • España 18 Day 3It's Sunday. Up a little later. Washed. Dressed. Breakfast. Packing. Check out. Now heading for the Roman world in Mèrida. The idea was to head to Mèrida slowly and check in early enough to have some lunch and maybe a walk. Then Claire saw Posted by InvictaMoto in Revista España 2018 | Feb 5, 2020
  • España 18 Day 2Up late. I set my alarm for 8am but in the night the phone turned itself off. Quick rush round washing and dressing then off to breakfast. The noisy group that woke us at 2.30am were there and just as noisy and Posted by InvictaMoto in Revista España 2018 | Feb 4, 2020
  • España 18 Day 1Arrived at the hotel late last night. Just time to have dinner and then get to bed. Up at 0645, just like a work day, to have full English breakfast. Once sorted we arrived at the parking. The road works that Posted by InvictaMoto in Revista España 2018 | Feb 4, 2020
  • The Art Tour of Medellin Medellín is the second most populated city in the country, with a rich culture and an abundance of architectural and gastronomic variety; This city offers its visitors a complete experience f Posted by PeterTravels in Reasons 2 Travel | Feb 4, 2020
  • Days Ten & ElevenTen At sea. One disappointing aspect was this was the last ever crossing this ship and indeed, the line, was going to make. The new pollution regulations had decreed that the ship's engines were no longer fit for purpose and Posted by InvictaMoto in Revisita España 2014 | Jan 28, 2020
  • Day NineNot a bad night once the screaming brat closed down for the night. To think that only the British get a bad press for poor parenting when abroad! After two of the three S's were accomplished we went down to desayuno. Posted by InvictaMoto in Revisita España 2014 | Jan 28, 2020
  • Day EightOnly one more night left in Spain but the best part of two days. We didn't get up too early. The alarm was 0800 but as check out was 1200 and no breakfast in the hotel, thought we'd lie in and Posted by InvictaMoto in Revisita España 2014 | Jan 28, 2020
  • Day SevenToday we had a full day of sightseeing. It is not as hot as Toledo but still in the high 20's. Breakfast. We had a walk up Huertas again to the top and chose a cafe on the square. Croissant for Posted by InvictaMoto in Revisita España 2014 | Jan 28, 2020
  • Day SixTime to leave Toledo and head firstly to Aranjuez and then to Madrid. Or rather firstly, we would pack the bike and ride out of the old town via the steep streets. The streets are not simply cobbled but the surface Posted by InvictaMoto in Revisita España 2014 | Jan 28, 2020
  • Day FiveIf it's day 5 it must be Toledo! And sure enough it is. Opening the shutters reveals another sunny day has begun. Scorchio! Breakfast was soon consigned to the past. We opted for the €5 version. Tomorrow I'll go €3 instead. Posted by InvictaMoto in Revisita España 2014 | Jan 28, 2020
  • Day FourIs it Day 4 already? Check-out is noon at the Parador and that gives plenty of time to walk outside the walls to take a look at them from the outside. The Parador is not all that much different in price Posted by InvictaMoto in Revisita España 2014 | Jan 28, 2020
  • Day ThreeWe didn't get up too early but still we wanted to be a way before 9.30am. After a leisurely breakfast for €3 each. There was no meat but loads of pastries and even the famed Spanish 'Donuts'! I have Posted by InvictaMoto in Revisita España 2014 | Jan 28, 2020
  • Day TwoAt sea. The ship seems quite noisy. Not just the neighbours but the engine sounds and the vibration through the decks and fittings. So far just a gentle swell as we awoke at 7am or maybe 8am. We haven't a clue whether Posted by InvictaMoto in Revisita España 2014 | Jan 27, 2020
  • New Years resolution: Enjoy every moment!We have driven from Malaga, on the southern coast of Spain, through Madrid and Barcelona on our back to Roquebrune-Cap-Martin in Southern France. We are thrilled to be back at such a wonderful home, our friend Kristin’s place (yes, the Posted by margofiala in Lost together...again! 🎶 | Jan 14, 2020
  • Best of 2019!We are often asked “what are you enjoying most about your trip?” It’s a hard question to answer. What really stands out is living here - being immersed in a different culture and having to just figure it out, every Posted by margofiala in Lost together...again! 🎶 | Jan 1, 2020
  • Guide to Los Castellanos in Cáceres[center][/center] Los Castellanos is one of the new residential neighbourhoods in Cáceres, in the western district, just 3 km away from the historical quarter of the city. It is one of Posted by PeterTravels in Reasons 2 Travel | Dec 19, 2019
  • Autumn in Andalusia We arrived back in Seville for a visit with our cousin Derise Siemens from Calgary. Margo and I checked into a great hotel for 4 nights compliments of Derise, thanks for taking care of us! We visited Seville 3 years Posted by margofiala in Lost together...again! 🎶 | Dec 17, 2019
  • Tenerife & Lanzarote - Amazing in Their Diversity (Part 2) Continuing with our posts from Sunny Spain to warm all of you up back home, up next Lanzarote. Be sure to check out [[https://arrrblog.travellerspoint.com/134/|Time Out in Tenerife]] and [[https://arrrblog.travellerspoint.com/135/|Tenerife & Lanzarote - A Posted by mrb430 in Arrr Adventures | Dec 2, 2019
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