Category Archive: Spain

Arches in Spain and Italy

Without Stones there is no arch – Marco Polo All experience is an arch wherethrough gleams that untravelled world whose margin fades for ever and for ever when I moved – Alfred lord… Continue reading

the ORNATE Nasrid Palace

Ornate: having a lot of complicated decorations sometimes, just sometimes, more is more. this is my entry for Sue’s A Word A Week Challenge. Click here to see other enties,

Weekly Photo Challenge: Masterpiece

Nasrid Palace is a wonderful building full of arches, ornaments and wall decorations. Every room has elaborate ceiling. But for me, beside the renowned Honeycomb ceilings, the ceiling in the throne room is… Continue reading

Malaga, the other andalusian coastal charm

Apart from it’s typical mediteraean climate and white sand beach, Malaga also offers it’s unique historical and cultural sites. Among them are Malaga Alcazaba, Roman Theater, and Gibralfaro Castle. But in this particular… Continue reading

The Magnificent Alhambra

Alhambra is a red fort in Granada on top of the hill protecting a beautiful palaces and gardens with a lot of pools inside. The monumental complex encompasses a vast area including the… Continue reading

This is Granada

Granada is a small beautiful tourist destination. The city has it’s own airport, but the direct flight sometime costs more than twice of the indirect flight. If you come from Bremen, it is… Continue reading

7h in Barcelona

So, what can you do if you have 7h transit in Barcelona? My family and I visited Spain last year. We landed in Girona airport. From there you can take a train to… Continue reading