This is the land of the friendly giant named Tombatassals; a mythical hero who created Castellón de la Plana.Continue reading “Castellón de la Plana, Spain”
The Costa del Azahar, a part of the Spanish Coast where we are staying, has a vivid history of pirates.Continue reading “Oropesa del Mar”
Our train to Segovia passed by snow capped mountains and dozens of deer grazing the pastoral countryside.Continue reading “Segovia, Spain”
Dazzling Mosques, Synagogues and Cathedrals can be found in this ancient locale known as the ‘City of Three Cultures’.Continue reading “Toledo, Spain”
Perusing through an open air used book fair can be a grand way to spend an afternoon. Don Quixote anyone?Continue reading “Nos Vemos Madrid”
Springtime in Madrid! One day the weather is sunny and a perfect 80°F; the next raining and a cool 53°F.Continue reading “Primavera en Madrid”
Magnificent Madrid, the capital of Spain, is chock full of museums, art, history, parks, culture and life.
We stepped back 2,000 years in time when we arrived in this ancient Roman capital called Tàrraco.
Sweet intoxicating orange blossoms blended with smoky sulfuric fireworks means we must be at Las Fallas.
With the nickname “City of Eternal Spring” Tarragona seemed a good location to experience our first Carnival.