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  • 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
  • All roads lead to Madrid!The center of all the roads in Spain lead to Madrid! Madrid’s Puerta del Sol square is home to the center from which all of Spain’s six major roads originate, a little-known fact marked by a plaque that reads ‘Kilometer 0’. Posted by margofiala in Lost together...again! 🎶 | Dec 1, 2019
  • Tenerife & Lanzarote - Amazing in Their Diversity (Part 1)The Canary Islands certainly are a diverse bunch! We're only seeing two but from the mountains, deep ravines, forests, and hill towns of Tenerife to the lunar landscape of Lanzarote, they are some of the most amazing places we've seen. Posted by mrb430 in Arrr Adventures | Dec 1, 2019
  • Canary Islands - TenerifeIt was with a heavy heart that we awoke early on our last day in Tenerife. We had a late day flight out to Amsterdam where we would spend a couple of days before heading back to the states. Posted by rorndorff in Ray & Shirley's Travel Experiences | Dec 1, 2019
  • Canary Islands[float=right][/float]Infierno is a 6.4km out and back hike up thru a narrow canyon following a mostly dry creek to the headwaters. Interesting flora along the desert Posted by rorndorff in Ray & Shirley's Travel Experiences | Nov 26, 2019
  • Canary Islands[float=left][/float]While we let our fuzzy heads clear from the almost 24 hours of travel to get here, we decided to take a walkabout into nearby Fanabe Beach and the Posted by rorndorff in Ray & Shirley's Travel Experiences | Nov 24, 2019
  • Canary Islands - Tenerife[float=right][/float]Day 1 or is it Day 2? For the last 20 years we have watched various specials, advertisements, and general buzz around the Canary Islands. This Posted by rorndorff in Ray & Shirley's Travel Experiences | Nov 23, 2019
  • From LAX to San Sebastián Our trip began on Wednesday with a near disaster. We went to The Pioneer, a neighborhood restaurant, Tuesday night so Bob could have a good ol' American burger and craft beer to tide him over for the next 7 weeks. Posted by RetiredMon in Camino Chronicles | Sep 20, 2019
  • The Best Sunset in Menorca The idyllic island of Menorca is known for many things, which make it one of Europe’s top holiday destinations. One of the most recommended plans for your ho Posted by PeterTravels in Reasons 2 Travel | Nov 19, 2019
  • Spain AgainIt wasn't just to get away from the forecasted rain that we escaped into Spain, we were looking forward to cafe con leche and decent beer prices as well. Using a slightly different route from France we encountered the usual one Posted by cjpolley in Adventure before Dementia | Nov 17, 2019
  • Time Out In TenerifeWe arrived on Tenerife in the Canary Islands two weeks ago after leaving Marrakesh (by way of Gatwick, of course!). It's warm and sunny here and we're staying in the best place we have ever stayed during our time traveling. Posted by mrb430 in Arrr Adventures | Nov 15, 2019
  • Non Daude Komunak, La Brana 1?(Pics from sea voyages to Malaga, Spain and Funchal as well as from online) Ok. My boat is traveling from Genoa, Italy and stopping at some of our ancestral places (Sp Posted by georgeaguilar in Genetic Memoirs 2019 | Nov 12, 2019
  • Barcelona Did I have fun? Yes. Did I enjoy Barcelona as much as I did a couple of years ago? No. The city seemed a little dirtier, not as friendly and a bit more expensive. Don’t get me wrong, it’s still Posted by joannereyes in Travel the World | Nov 10, 2019
  • Sailing the Ancient Seas I am travelling by ship from Barcelona, Spain to Malaga, Spain. No, I am not on my way to pillage, plunder, sack, destroy or burn it down. I am invading it, as do millions of to Posted by georgeaguilar in Genetic Memoirs 2019 | Nov 7, 2019
  • Back in Spain...where there’s never a dull moment!Wow, what a welcome back to Spain! We landed at Barcelona's El Prat Airport in the early afternoon of Monday October 14 right in time for the start of a protest of thousands of Catalan citizens that drove, biked and Posted by margofiala in Lost together...again! 🎶 | Nov 5, 2019
  • Valencia I’ll be honest, I had no idea how beautiful Valencia would be. When I thought of Valencia, I thought of oranges and beaches. That’s it. But it is so much more with its Spanish Architecture which combines elements of Art Posted by joannereyes in Travel the World | Nov 4, 2019
  • Around the World in 20 days - fourth stop SpainOnly a 2 hour flight from Malta we arrived in Barcelona at lunch time and so had time to familiarise ourselves with the city at our leisure instead of a guided tour for the rest of the afternoon. We had Posted by bumblebum in Migrating South | Nov 2, 2019
  • Granada First the negative, they seem to love their dogs, (hold on, that’s not the negative) but many don’t pick up after them (that’s the big negative), so it will behoove you to watch where you walk. That’s it, the only Posted by joannereyes in Travel the World | Oct 28, 2019
  • An in-between blogAfter a weekend of rugby watching Jacqui fancied a bit of Cava tasting so we headed for a free aire on a vineyard east of Barcelona. Minutes after arriving we were called into the tasting area by Santiago, a cheerie Posted by cjpolley in Adventure before Dementia | Oct 27, 2019
  • Time to go homeToday we head home from our European adventure. 9 hour flight from Barcelona back to Toronto. We were up early to make sure we were packed and leaving on a work day means that the city may be Posted by JuiceQ88 in Europe Bound | Oct 23, 2019
  • It Can’t Rain All Day…Can it?So we woke to rain this morning, but by the time we left the apartment to head out for the day, the rain has stopped. Awesome! Our first stop was the famous Sagrada Familia – the church that they Posted by moorsey88 in London ~ Paris ~ Barcelona | Oct 22, 2019
  • Barcelona Last Full dayToday was going to be a bit more of a what can we do inside type of day since the weather report was calling for rain, rain and more rain. We have been pretty lucky with the days that Posted by JuiceQ88 in Europe Bound | Oct 22, 2019
  • Barcelona 2nd Full daySo today started the same way the last couple of days have started ... checking the weather as this has dictated to some extent what Michelle and I do on various days ... inside or outside, walking or metro that Posted by JuiceQ88 in Europe Bound | Oct 21, 2019
  • A Great Way to See BarcelonaWe started out our day with a quick breakfast in the apartment and then headed out to another interesting Gaudi building – Casa Mila. You can go inside for 22 Euros which seems a little steep – the exterior Posted by moorsey88 in London ~ Paris ~ Barcelona | Oct 21, 2019
  • BarcelonaThis morning we arrived in Barcelona around 8am.. We caught our tour bus for a trip to Montserrat before rsturning to Barcelona for a view of the city & then up Montjuic. The road, off motorwaym up Posted by Duffin travels in Mediterranean cruise 2019 | Oct 21, 2019
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