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Europe

Day 4: Cordoba through Míriam

On Friday morning we get up sooner. According to the brochure they gave us at the tourist office, the entrance to the Mosque was free from 8:30 to 10 and we wanted to take advantage of it. We had some churros and muffins with hot chocolate and coffee with milk in a bar next to the hotel, since no breakfast was served in the hotel, and we started.
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America

Second trip to New York: Last purchases in Manhattan and Long Island City

It is often said that when you have fun, time flies and, in the case of travel, the same thing happens. You spend months waiting for the appointed date to arrive and then without hardly realizing it, it is time to return home. That was our last morning in the city, since our flight left in the afternoon. For that morning we decided to get up early and go shopping last minute "perishable."
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Europe

Malaga blogtrip

This weekend I participated for the first time in a blog trip. A blog trip? You may be wondering what that is. I have to admit that a long time ago I simply thought it was an urban legend: it consists of inviting a series of travel bloggers to a tourist destination so that they can make it known to their readers.
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Asia

Beng Maelea: The temple of Lara Croft

The truth is that in this temple the scenes of the first Tomb Raider movie were not filmed. They really filmed in Ta Prohm, another spectacular temple of the archaeological complex of Angkor. However, if you want to live an experience as adventurous as possible, your temple is Beng Maelea, the temple that we liked most about the trip to Cambodia.
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America

Second trip to New York: we flew to New York ... And we arrived!

Saturday, December 26. Ten in the morning. The alarm goes on and the newsletter of Catalunya Ràdio starts to sound. I am totally numb, but something catches my attention: «… the United States has called for security measures to be reinforced on flights to your country after the frustrated attack this morning on a Delta Airlines plane landing in The city of Detroit.
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Europe

Cuenca with friends (and bloggers)

We have spent a weekend in Cuenca with a very special group of friends. A few weeks ago, Victor, from My homeland are my shoes, invited us to spend the weekend at his home in the Huerta de la Obispalía, a small town where all the neighbors know each other and in which every morning a van He will sell the bread, because there is neither bakery nor shops.
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