Monthly Archives: January 2016

Alcázar de Sevilla

We finished up five days in Sevilla (otherwise known as Seville) by taking a walk through historic regions of the city. Barbara had in mind visiting this place: From the outside the facility does not look all that impressive. Inside … Continue reading

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Largo al Factotum

I had to do this. It may be my very last chance. Here’s the link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TKDXr_fimQ8 BTW, this is on Avenida Kansas City.

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Eight Hours In Cádiz

On this trip Sevilla was planned for the last stop before heading back. We saved big dough by delaying our return until Monday the following week, so Sevilla was stretched to a five-day stay. There’s not all that much in … Continue reading

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Episode in Seville

Normally I plan my photo expeditions with sufficient care. While I am reduced to taking a single camera body on any trip that involves air travel, I do ensure I have spare memory cards, batteries, and a charger that will … Continue reading

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Karpanta de Sevilla

Good eats in Sevilla Barbara Jean and I went trooping about Sevilla in the afternoon, saw a few sights, and headed back to the hotel. It was about time to get hungry. We were walking slowly up Calle Gonzalo Bilbao, … Continue reading

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Maria Zambrano de Málaga

Goodbye Córdoba, hello Málaga. But first a train ride. It was cool and rainy in Córdoba. Supposed to be warm and sunny in Málaga. Except throughout the ride it was mostly overcast and foggy. We were last in Málaga nine years ago, but … Continue reading

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Castle of Santa Barbara

For some reason Barbara Jean had  a hankering to give this place a visit, so our last day in Alicante we set out to get it done. No problem, right. It’s big. You can see it from all over. How … Continue reading

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Alicante Tarantino

It’s not as spectacular nor as famous as Rio’s Copacabaña, but the Alicanti waterfront has an attraction of its own. It’s a place where lovers connect. It’s a place where tourists gawk. And it’s  place of varied dining. One is Tarantino, inspired … Continue reading

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Special For John

This post is especially for my grandson, John. All others can ignore this one. John, I promised to send you some photos of our trip to Alicante. I took these just for you. Here is Barbara at the train station … Continue reading

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The Devil’s Bridge

The proper name is Les Ferreres Aqueduct, but they call it  Pont del Diable, because you want to associate dissonant objects and places with the devil. It’s something the Romans built when they were here about 2000 years ago. They used Tarragona … Continue reading

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