Courtyard of the Acequia

Spain - Granada

 

Courtyard of the Acequia, north portico

The Palacio de Generalife, Alameda

Granada, Spain

Spain - Granada  stamps

Castrol Uridales, Cantabria, Spain

Castro Uridales – Cantabria, Spain

Church of Santa Maria de la Asunción and the Castle Lighthouse

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Lighthouse information – Castillo de Santa Ana (Castro-Urdiales)1853. Active; focal plane 49 m (161 ft); four white flashes every 24 s. 16 m (52 ft) stone tower with lantern and gallery, attached to one corner of a massive stone castle. The upper portion of the tower is now painted white, although it appears unpainted in Solabre’s photos; lantern dome is gray metallic. 1-story keeper’s house built atop the castle. Fog siren (Morse code “C” (long-short-long-short) every 60 s.) Jesús Romero’s photo is at right, Trabas has a great photo, Wikimedia has several photos, Huelse has a historic postcard view, and Google has an indistinct satellite view. The lighthouse has been renovated several times; the present lantern is at least the third. The fog siren was added in 1953. The castle and the adjacent church of Santa Maria de la Asunción are among the oldest and best known Gothic buildings of the province; they are believed to date from the 13th century. The peninsula on which they stand provides natural shelter for a small harbor used by fishermen for many centuries. Located atop a vertical cliff at the point of the peninsula in Castro-Urdiales. Site open, tower closed. ARLHS SPA-066; ES-00970; Admiralty D1536; NGA 1964. – From the Lighthosue Directory

La mas rica en crema

La mas rica en crema

The richest cream

La leche mas cremosa empezo a endulzar nuestros hogares a principios del siglo XX

More creamy milk began to sweeten our homes in the early twentieth century

Map of Spain

Map of Spain

Of course, I love the Don Quixote figure!

Meloneras, Maspalomas, Gran Canaria

Meloneras — Maspalomas, Gran Canaria

Located on the beach, the Gran Hotel Costa Meloneras is built in the typical colonial Canarian architecture style. It offers 1126 large and comfortable double rooms with modern decor, equipped with two beds, air conditioning, direct-dial telephone, safety-deposit box for rent, satellite TV, full furnished bathroom with hair dryer and telephone, and a terrace with optional sea view. There is a possibility of accommodation for a third person in extra-bed. Guests can enjoy 2 heated swimming pools with different sizes and temperatures, a heated pool with a central island where the children pool is allocated and the Laguna swimming pool with 5 meters waterfall, solarium, terrace with Jacuzzis, 76.000 m2 of garden area with 700 palm trees, 4 tennis courts, 2 paddle courts, shuffleboard and French bowls. Guests will also find great dining, 2 buffet-restaurants, a-la-carte restaurants, Italian restaurant, Mexican restaurant, bars, Snack Bistro, English Pub, dancing room and shopping gallery. There is also an entertainment programme for adults and children, with sports, competitions, contests, and many other activities with the participation of guests. The famous Maspalomas golf course is only 2 kilometres away. The hotel accepts the major credit cards.

Canary Islands, Spain

Culture and Science Center, Valencia

Kultur und Wissenschaftszentrum in Valencia, Spanien

Culture and Science Centre in Valencia, Spain

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Church of the Jeronimos

Church of the Jerónimos

San Jerónimo el Real (St. Jerome Royal Church)

See more about this 16th Century Church here

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