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Sherry Tasting at Bodega Osborne

Just like champagne can only be classified as such if it comes from the Champagne region of France, sherry can only come from a small region called the Sherry Triangle in southern Spain. 492 more words

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Life Update : We Moved to Spain

When your husband (boyfriend at the time) randomly calls your phone one day and asks “Hey, do you want to move to Europe?” there is only one appropriate answer. 355 more words

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A Weekend in Ávila with Orson Welles

Living in a big city has its pros and cons. The downside to living in Madrid city center, aside from being the world capital of covid contamination is: the noise, traffic and congestion, contamination, and prices. 460 more words

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The Olive Tree

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With our love of olive trees not diminishing over the years we decided just one olive in a pot on our balcony at No.22 could reignite many happy memories and it does. 749 more words

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20 most popular things you can visit in Spain

Spain is a country in Southwestern Europe with some pockets of territory across the Strait of Gibraltar and the Atlantic Ocean. The territory of Spain also includes two archipelagos: the Canary Islands off the coast of North Africa, and the Balearic Islands in the Mediterranean Sea. 326 more words

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The Ferry from Ibiza to Valencia: 48 hours crossing Spain and France

The last time I took a ferry was about 15 years ago while travelling from Tangier to Spain. I suppose the only reason these ships are called ferries is because you can park vehicles in them, otherwise they’d be called cruise ships. 560 more words

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Nobu Hotel Ibiza: Tats, tangas, and rip offs

What is the attraction with tattoos? Has technology made it easier to inject permanent ink under the skin? I imagine that must be the case; it looked like every dude in the Nobu hotel had a tattoo he was proud to display and the ladies were showing off their asses like never before. 481 more words

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