West of the Iberian Peninsula lay the Balearic Islands, owned by Spain but enjoyed worldwide. You probably have heard of Mallorca or Ibiza, 2 of the 4 isles, which are renowned for their resorts, pristine beaches, and nightlife. However, our adventures on our most recent trip took us to the smallest of the islands, Formentera.
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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”
One of the world’s oldest functioning universities is just hours from Madrid, due north. While the students were still on holiday, we took a trip with some friends to see what the sandstone city had in store.
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The word was that London had the greatest New Year’s Eve fireworks show on the planet, so we headed up to the “Big Smoke” to see for ourselves.
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