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Oct 17, 2017

Lanzarote, Lanzarote's Leading Attractions, Canary Islands, Travel, Spain

Lanzarote Leading Attractions...There are many reasons why Lanzarote has emerged as a popular tourist destination over the last forty years. Thanks to its location off the west coast of Africa the island enjoys an amazing year round climate, whilst also boasting over 100 beaches where visitors can soak up all of this sun.

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Aug 29, 2017

Other Travel Sites, travel links, leisure links, hotel links, links

Other Travel Sites...Here you will find helpful links to other travel and specialized websites...

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May 24, 2013

48 Hours in Madrid

Despite its status as a leading European capital, land-locked Madrid has often been overshadowed as a tourist destination by the more glamorously chic Barcelona.

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May 24, 2013

Cider House Rules

Where are we?San Sebastian, on the Atlantic Coast in the north of Spain. Or, as the locals prefer to call it, the Basque Country. And they prefer to call the city Donostia, too.

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Apr 25, 2012

Guernica: A brush with history

Guernica, spelled Gernika in its native Basque, is a modest market town – it has a population of 16,000 – and everyone seems to know each other.

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Apr 23, 2012

Barcelona, Modernism and Antoni Gaudí

Barcelona, the capital of the autonomous Spanish region of Cataluña, is famous for many things: sunny beaches, a mild Mediterranean climate, exotic cuisine, afternoon siestas and bold art and architecture. No other person has left his mark on the city quite like Barcelona’s favorite son, Antoni Gaudí.

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Apr 23, 2012

A Taste of Spain

A gastronomic tour devoted to ibérico ham includes watching a traditional pig-slaughtering fiesta.

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Jan 27, 2012

Flan de Fresas

Flan De Fresas • 1 pinta de fresas frescas, maduras • ¾ taza de azúcar granulada • 1 lata (14 oz) de leche condensada • 6 huevos • Azúcar caramelizado

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Jan 27, 2012

Flan De Fresas

Flan De Fresas • 1 pinta de fresas frescas, maduras • ¾ taza de azúcar granulada • 1 lata (14 oz) de leche condensada • 6 huevos • Azúcar caramelizado

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Dec 10, 2011

Orlando, Paris How about Spain?

Theme parks in Spain not only provide a day of fun for all family members, but they also give your crew additional insight into the culture of the country. International cuisine, countryside views and classic characters will enhance your overall Spanish adventure. As part of an A Huffington Post Travel series on family-fun parks, here is our guide to all the key information visitors need to know about Spain's theme parks.

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