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... to let them know you'd like to buy something. You are not supposed to see them, so they look through a little one way mirror so they can see what you'd like, then turn around a little lazy-Susan thing to proceed with the transaction. Felt like I had just been dropped into the 17th century. I was almost afraid that someone would find out that I was Protestant!! We then headed to a small beach town just outside of Rota, and enjoyed ...
... Roman remains in Europe. Of course Salamanca has its Roman bridge, Caceres its 15th Century palaces, Merida its Moorish Alcazaba and ultra modern Museum of Roman Art, but the overall feel of the cities is Isabelline, Moorish and Roman.
From Burgos we travelled west across the north of the Spanish Meseta, the vast plain which makes up most of Castile. Our destination was Salamanca, a city we had visited on our ...
Thursday, April 4, 2013 - Cadiz, Spain
00:09 Safely Docked
17:10 Vessel Undocked
Merchants from Tyree named their new Andalusian port Gadir: 'enclosure' (c1100BC). Their Carthaginian cousins (later Romans) expanded the port. It ultimately ranked among Rome’s most important naval outposts.
Lavish buildings represent the colonial legacy that began with Christopher Columbus’ first Atlantic crossing in 1492. It ...
... the rest - here and the one in The Camargue. If anything, I'd place this one "numero uno". I can swim in the Atlantic and walk through undulating pine forested sand dunes. Not only that but the area is vibrant with colourful spring flowers.
Marzo 17th 2013 Dia de St Patricio
Sunday was a particularly beautiful day. As we set off on our caminar through the dunes and onto the beach, I noticed that Señor had developed a rather ...
Portugal said goodbye to us by showing us three of its most lovely towns on our way back to Spain: Evora, Beja & Serpa. Each town had a beautiful old centre, some great places to eat and very friendly people. We were reminded how much we had enjoyed the small towns of Portugal and were a little sad to leave.
We rode back into ...