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Travel Blogs from Alcala la Real
... and highly decorated arch of white limestone joining the two major pillars of the building about halfway up. The arch was very decorative, but tended to break up the view of the main feature, the altarpiece.
The museum area behind the back wall of the church featured tapestries, paintings, gold statues, and a cloister with open air.
Back out in the city, we took more stork photos, then we met up with Debbie and Mike, and the four of us descended to the ...
After leaving Moraira at 10 I went along the coast for Calp as my camping guide book has a recommended place. The drive along the road is beautiful, the rock cliff on my right and the sea laid out before me to the left. Unfortunately the road is so busy and without stopping places it was impossible to get a photograph. A warning if you are ever thinking of driving in Spain the two biggest hazards I've found are the ...
... I did the best I could with my simple camera but once again I'm in awe at the craftsmen that went before us. Have a look.
On prices here the cost of meat products is not a whole lot cheaper than Ireland, bottled water, beer and the like are cheap but I believe since the recession hit here prices have gone up.My problem with buying for 1 at the moment is all ...
... A short cycle into the small village and the bakery was overrun with customers. My purchase was only for a mini quiche and an apple pastry.....lunch sorted. I left around 13:30 for the short journey to SIMAT DE LA VALLDIGNA, only about 8 miles inland but it may as well be 80. No high rise just a small village with orange groves surrounding it. From the coast to here there is a massive area of ...
... however, have brought no shocks but many surprises, mostly very happy.
Spain-- we love you.
Our directions from Sylvia and David on how to find their house in Las Grajeras, were detailed and necessarily precise, including dirt lanes down past the local Social Centre (a small but well-maintained fiesta spot), olive trees, and ending with 'a black gate and a black dog'.
The black gate opened on to a version of heaven--heralded by ...
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