Ronda, Spain – Midday, Day 6

After walking back across the historic bridge, we went to the Plaza de Toros, the oldest bullring in the country. Ronda, considered the birthplace of modern bullfighting in the 18th century, was once a horsemanship training facility. What a beautiful structure, with it's bright yellow and stark white. Purple lilacs flowering, sculptures and a small … Continue reading Ronda, Spain – Midday, Day 6

Favorite Spain Photo

My favorite photo from all of Spain may not be my best, or most liked photo. In fact some people I showed didn't really like it, or were just so-so on it, but that's okay, because I love it. I remember when I took this photo, the moment I saw the scene. I was walking … Continue reading Favorite Spain Photo

Córdoba, Spain – Afternoon, Day 5

In the afternoon we had the option of either free time in Seville or going to Córdoba. We elected to go to Córdoba and we were very glad we did. It was a beautiful city. Córdoba was founded by the Romans. The above photo was the first one I took when entering the Mezquita, a … Continue reading Córdoba, Spain – Afternoon, Day 5