Tag Archives: Spain

A minimalist exhibit of the sculpture of Richard Serra at the light filled Renia Sofia Museum, Madrid.

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The Alhambra…an architectural masterpiece in Granada, Spain

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I don’t think that I can write well enough or extensively enough to do the Alhambra justice. A compound with three distinct sections dating to the Moorish period plus the buildings added after the fall of the city to the more »

Photo: In Granada ancient fountains can be found tucked away in small courtyards

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Photo: In Granada’s Plaza Isabel La Catolica…fountains and reflections vie for attention.

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Granada…last stop in Andalucia

Posted ago by Larry Bosco

  To me, Granada is a small city (pop. 250,000) with a big city look and feel. Like all of Spain, the flower, fountain filled squares and parks were there in abundance but it had a certain something more….sophistication, grandeur more »

Photo: Walking the streets of Cordoba and discovering sun lit plaza’s filled with flowers and fountains.

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Cordoba…a jewel in the crown of Andalucia.

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I hopped on a bus for the next city in my tour… Cordoba, and once again the bus ride was a delight.  Highways lined with hedges of oleander in bloom, fields forming a sea of sunflower blooms as far as more »

Photo: Moorish Arches at Alcazar Palace in Seville, Spain

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ANDALUCIA….the sensual heart of Spain

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On subsequent trips to Spain I have really only spent time in Madrid. I sometimes stop in the Capitol for a week to see the new museum shows and drink a bottle or two of good Spanish wine before flying more »