History literally flows from the walls of Albarracín. Ancient cathedrals, rock paintings, stone towers, narrow alleys and bridges are all frozen in the Middle Ages. Albarracín is a historic and breathtaking town that stands out for its sites, solitude and stories. Continue reading “Amazing Albarracín”
Nestled in the foothills of the Guadarrama Mountain Range is a picturesque landscape ripe with opportunities for outdoor activities. This suburb location is known as La Pedriza, and it may be no coincidence that the Spanish word for stone (la piedra) is very similar. Among the trees and typically snowcapped mountain tops, granite boulders cover the national park, and give La Pedriza the reputation of being the “Joshua Tree” of Spain.
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Horseshoe Bend is the enormous horseshoe shaped canyon in Page, Arizona. Visitors travel the world to see this curve in the ground because of its sheer beauty and incredible geological structure, or at least, to take stunning photos. I had never seen in it person and it was a bucket list item to visit this highly photographed spot.
Havasupai Falls, located at the bottom of the Grand Canyon, is every
bit as magical as the hundreds of photos you see from advertising and visitors’ experiences. The question most people face when it comes to Havasupai Falls is not “Do I want to go?” but, “How is visiting this magical land doable?”
Phoenix is home to amazing weather, growing job opportunities, popular attractions, beautiful scenery, and a never-ending list of enjoyable activities. It is no surprise that Phoenix gained more than 76,000 new residents in 2016, according to AZCentral.com. As Phoenix continues to grow, escaping from the hustle and bustle can seem hard without leaving the city. Fortunately, there are some not-so-hidden gems in Phoenix, which offer
solitude and adventure for all.