On our first day visiting, Barcelona greeted us with interesting architecture and amazing food. We took a long walk around the city and weren’t disappointed.
Bright and light recipes for the summer: Greek Salads and Lemon Fish.Continue reading “Olive Oil and Lemons Recipes”
Whenever I hear “Toledo,” I think of the world-renown swords whose superior strength and craftmanship ensured many victories in the hands of medieval warriors. The Toledo we visited was a peaceful town with plenty of old-world charm, a citadel city perched on the hill overlooking Tagus river, the longest river in the Iberian Peninsula.Continue reading “Spain 2016: Toledo”
Our second trip to Spain gravitated around the northeastern part of the country (Catalonia) and the Balearic Islands. As a lovely bonus, we had my mom and dad join us for part of the trip.Continue reading “Spain 2016: Madrid”
The last leg of our Spain trip in 2008 was spectacular: Ronda, the city on the cliff, Nerja, the beach on Costa del Sol, Granada and its architectural jewel Alhambra, and a stop for cheese in the countryside of La Mancha.Continue reading “Spain: Ronda, Nerja, Granada, and La Mancha (Honeymoon 2008)”
The next stops on the southern Spain route were Cadiz, the ancient port city, and the lonely rock of Gibraltar, with a sneak peek of Africa.Continue reading “Spain: Cadiz and Gibraltar (Honeymoon 2008)”