Good morning, Princess, While you are still sleeping placidly, I will contemplate the sun rising on the Alhambra from the terrace of the Hotel. I know you told me to wake you up as you wanted to come with me, but I thought it would be as cruel as plucking…Continue reading "Summer time always comes to an end"
Salamanca is one of the most beautiful cities in Spain. Named a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1988, it is known for its monuments and its University, which is the oldest in the country. Because of the large number of students this brings to Salamanca, the city is also…Continue reading "SALAMANCA BY DAY"
Salamanca hosts more than 25,000 students during semester time, which means that the average age of the city’s inhabitant is quite young and that its nightlife is absolutely amazing. Indeed, it is not uncommon to see bars still open at four o’clock in the morning and night clubs until seven.…Continue reading "Salamanca by night"
Carnival of Santa Cruz de Tenerife (Designated Festival of International Tourist Interest) After the Carnival in Rio, the Santa Cruz Carnival is considered the most popular and well-known carnival in the world. In fact, in the year 2000, the city became World Carnival Capital following its pirate-themed carnival. The Santa…Continue reading "10 Spanish Carnival Celebrations you cannot miss"
December is synonymous with presents, parties, family, friends, trips, cold, snow (or heat if you’re in the Southern Hemisphere) and tons of food and drink, until you can’t fit any more in your belly. We like to plan meals for Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, New Year’s Eve and a little…Continue reading "A different dish for every Christmas destination"