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Spain - what I want to see

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Platja de la Barceloneta, Barcelona, SpainPlatja de la BarcelonetaBarcelona, SpainOne of the most well known buildings in the Barcelona skyline, the W hotel, sits at the edge of the Barceloneta. Every evening sand sculptors craft...Aqueduct of Segovia, Segovia, SpainAqueduct of SegoviaSegovia, SpainJoin the locals during the evening paseo (nightly walk) near the city&#39;s iconic 2000-year-old Roman aqueduct. The main action happens at Plaza...Lloret de Mar, SpainLloret de MarSpainThe magic castle of Lloret de Mar at dusk. Spain. #tbex #lloretdemarAlcázar de Segovia, Segovia, SpainAlcázar de SegoviaSegovia, SpainFor me, the Galley Room ceiling is the most impressive. Maybe in all of Spain, but that&#39;s a tough call. The geometric design is typical of Mudejar...Monasterio de Pedralbes, Barcelona, SpainMonasterio de PedralbesBarcelona, SpainMonasterio de Pedralbes, Barcelona. Cant thank @ok_apartment enough for suggesting we go! #visitbarcelona #vegantravel @visitbcn #monastery #spain...Bolero Meatballs, Madrid, SpainBolero MeatballsMadrid, SpainOriental sauce (peanut sauce) and fat meatballs. sooooo goodSegovia, SpainSegoviaSpainThe Cathedral and the old city, nestled tightly within the 11th-century walls. This is the view from the Alcazar (royal palace).Hotel Catalonia Puerta Del Sol, Madrid, SpainHotel Catalonia Puerta Del SolMadrid, SpainThe view from Hotel Europa at sunset overlooking Puerta Del SolParc de l&#39;Oreneta, Barcelona, SpainParc de l&#39;OrenetaBarcelona, SpainBcn by nightCatedral de Segovia, Segovia, SpainCatedral de SegoviaSegovia, SpainView of the Segovia Cathedral and the ancient city walls. #spain #segovia #cathedralArcos de la Frontera, SpainArcos de la FronteraSpainArcos sits dramatically perched atop a defensible limestone ridge. Makes since, given that it came to prominence as a frontier town for the Moors...La Casa Grande, Arcos de la Frontera, SpainLa Casa GrandeArcos de la Frontera, SpainArcos de la Frontera. Gorgeous white town on top of a cliff in Andalucia.Nasrid Palaces, Granada, SpainNasrid PalacesGranada, SpainView from the Alhambra, Granada. #Granada #Andalucia #AlhambraPuente Nuevo, Ronda, SpainPuente NuevoRonda, SpainThe Stone Bridge Puento Nuevo, designed by José Martín de Aldehuela, was build from 1751-1802 over the 120m deep gully El Tajo. After crossing the...La Casa Grande, Arcos de la Frontera, SpainLa Casa GrandeArcos de la Frontera, SpainThe courtyard of this small hotel is a charming place to enjoy a drink and relax after exploring the town. During recent renovations in late 90&#39;s...Marbella, SpainMarbellaSpainEl Casco Antiguo, most beautiful place in the cityLuisa Rodríguez Girón, Seville, SpainLuisa Rodríguez GirónSeville, SpainPaella in Sevilla <img class='emoji' src='/images/emoji/1f44d.png' >#deliciousLa Sagrada Familia, Barcelona, SpainLa Sagrada FamiliaBarcelona, SpainI love that Sagrada Familia&#39;s arches, pillars, columns and ceiling were inspired by trees.Espacio Metropol Parasol, Seville, SpainEspacio Metropol ParasolSeville, SpainThis is said to be the largest wooden structure in the world.Catedral de Sevilla, Seville, SpainCatedral de SevillaSeville, SpainOne of the doors at the third largest church in the world - this one is the Arabesque door or Gate of Pardons (Porta Arabesca/ Puerta de los Perdones)
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