Cudillero is a small fishing village in the principality of Asturias in northern Spain. I arrived in Cudillero on a sunny morning and was dropped off at the Hotel Casona de la Paca. The immaculate old villa was built by emigrants who returned to Spain after becoming wealthy in the Americas, known as “indianos.” After[…]
The Spanish enclave of Llivia is unique in many ways, not least being that it is part of Catalonia yet completely surrounded by France. One of Llivia’s most unique residents is Fabian Martin, a former world class boxer whose Taller Pizzeria has revolutionized the traditional concept of pizza. Fabian Martin’s entrance into the pizza world[…]
The Formula 1 World Driving Championship is the pinnacle racing series in all of motor-sports. The championship features the world’s most advanced race cars whose top speeds reach 300 kilometers per hour and are capable of going from 0 to 100 kilometers per hour in two seconds. I have been a Formula 1 fan for[…]
This past week, while in Cerdanya (a region of the eastern Pyrenees which is divided between France and Spain), I had the opportunity to head up in a small plane for a spectacular scenic look at the beautiful landscape of the Cadi mountain range and the Pyrenees. My flight from La Cerdanya Aerodrome took me[…]
Here are a few of the landscape photos that I took during the #inCostaBrava BlogTrip.
This year, Formula 1 returned to Valencia, Spain for the European Grand Prix. The temporary Valencia Street Circuit around the America’s Cup Marina on the Mediterranean Sea provides the perfect backdrop for the very best drivers in the world to show off the most technologically advanced cars in the world.
When visiting Valencia, those who make the short journey south of the city center to La Albufera Natural Park will not only find themselves in a nature lover’s paradise, but they will also find themselves in foodie heaven. The largest natural park in Europe just so happens to be the birthplace of the popular rice[…]
This year, Formula 1 returned to Valencia, Spain for the European Grand Prix. The temporary Valencia Street Circuit around the America’s Cup Marina on the Mediterranean Sea provides the perfect backdrop for the very best drivers in the world to show off the most technologically advanced cars in the world. Before the events of the[…]
Here are a few pictures I took at this morning’s Formula 1 Practice at the Grand Prix of Europe in Valencia, Spain.
My recent visit to Girona happened to coincide with Girona’s Festival of Flowers, or the Temps de Flor. A tradition for over 50 years, the festival draws large numbers of visitors to Girona’s old city every May. During the festival, visitors to Girona will see (and smell) the flower theme throughout the city’s streets, courtyards[…]