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I am of the belief that Spanish children may be among some of the luckiest in the world. Why? Well, because not only do they get to celebrate...
By admin | Published: January 2, 2013
Walking down the street in Barcelona, a smoky, sweet scent draws me to the street vendors, the casteneros. In many cities including Granada...
By admin | Published: November 18, 2012
But what Spain does celebrate, is Dia de Todos Los Santos, or All Saint's Day, celebrated on November 1st. Traditionally this day, where most businesses are shut down and people have the day off of work, is for friends and families to visit the graves of their loved ones who have passed away
By admin | Published: November 3, 2012
Travel the Penedès region right outside Barcelona for small wineries...
By admin | Published: July 26, 2012
Traveling in Barcelona, Granada, Madrid, or Seville and want to take a gift back to Aunt Millie...
By admin | Published: May 17, 2012
The Puppy by Jeff Koons has smiling people clustering about in wonder. It is a definite lure into a famous museum in Spain. Several times a year the flowers are changed for a new batch
By admin | Published: January 6, 2012
Nude dudes were having a bare it all time in Mallorca. In the small town of Sant Joan, on the beautiful island off the coast of Spain, the Catholic Darallament Youth Group decided to show their stuff.
By admin | Published: January 3, 2012
I can see different moods of a city by standing on a bridge. Photo Friday on The Scoop takes you another bridge that is a high contrast to the rich history of the city where this bridge raises it's bright red facade to the sky. Where in Spain is this?
By admin | Published: November 25, 2011
Night walks in the medieval neighborhoods of Spain are magical...
By admin | Published: November 20, 2011
Circles ingeniously form the structure of this bridge in Southern Spain. I have walked this bridge many times and it is a beauty at night. Lovelocks are clipped on by the thousands signifying a couples unending love. They throw the key into the river to pledge their love for eternity
By admin | Published: November 18, 2011
The Photo Friday bridge theme on The Spain Scoop continues. This bridge is a very short bridge, but what a great view. The river, once roaring, has turned into a trickle. The river supplied the city in this arid land with crops, palm trees, and bougainvillea. It is discreet and a charmer.
By admin | Published: November 11, 2011
I love a bridge. Short, long, made of stone, bricks, steel. Bridges unite, connect community, and give one a totally different perspective. November's Photo Friday is all about bridges. This bridge is amazing. Designed by Spain's famous architect, Santiago Calatrava, it's a pedestrian only bridge
By admin | Published: November 4, 2011
Oh, this place is famous - a church built on top of a centuries old Mosque. More beautiful by night with it's distinctive square tower. An extrodinary garden is next to it
By admin | Published: January 28, 2011
Eight thousand visitors amble through this famous palace and gardens a week. One of the world's great wonders located in Southern Spain
By admin | Published: January 21, 2011