Is it a flying waffle? A hat worn to the royal wedding? No, it’s the soaring Metropol Parosol…
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Zach is back! Our guest writer from Valencia gives final tips in making Valencians Paella like a pro. Part 1 and Part 2 are on The Spain Scoop.
Finally, mysteries revealed: how to make my Mother-in-law’s famous Spanish paella, “Paella Valenciana.”
Perhaps it comes from being a Texan who lives in the city of Valencia, but I sometimes think the Spanish paella culture is like BBQ culture back home.
Beautiful, blustery Tarifa. Perched on the southernmost point of continental Spain, Tenerife tourism …
Onward with Photo Friday for the month of September. Fountains draw people. I used to live on Plaza La Torre in Barcelona, and the dogs headed right to the fountain. I saw a few people fill plastic jugs to take water home. Where in Spain is this?
They cool, gurgle, soothe, and clink to the sound of lucky coins. You will see many fountains as you travel in Spain. Peaceful fountains, he theme for Photo Friday for this month. Most fountains did not start out to be glamorous but as places to bathe, wash clothes, and fill pottery jugs with water
Find old and new books on Calle de Claudio Moyano in Madrid, Spain.
Thousands of Seville orange trees embellish the city. That means millions of orange blossoms enchant you in the spring.