Tapas in Granada

Warning: food pictures ahead. Tapas… Granada… it’s a combination that just makes sense. Apparently tapas were invented in Granada – whether that is true or not, I’m not quite sure – and this is one of few cities in Spain that still maintain the old, time honoured tradition of a free snack with your drink.... Continue Reading →

Granada

I am a huge fan of Anthony Bourdain. I’ve read his books, watched his TV shows and have, generally, been amused by his antics. I was a bit surprised, yet intrigued, when he switched networks to CNN and episodes of Parts Unknown started airing. Season 2, Episode 2 – simply titled “Spain” – was one... Continue Reading →

The Vatican and Why I Went Twice

Visiting the Vatican is a must-do on the list of Rome attractions – a small city state, of only 44 hectares, the Vatican is the home of the Pope and St. Peter’s Basilica, the massive building which dominates St. Peter’s Square. The signage to St. Peter’s Square – or Piazza San Pietro, in Italian –... Continue Reading →

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