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Friday, January 1, 2016

This American's Random Travels Around Spain pt.1

No hay ningún viaje malo, excepto el que conduce a la horca. (There is no bad trip except for the one that goes to the gallows.) -Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra

I usually write a full post for my adventures, but in 2015 I had so many adventures in and around Spain, that I couldn't keep up! That's a good thing. But, now that I have some downtime, I'm trying to catch up on my writing and I will start with some of the smaller trips I took last year. So, here are three, day / weekend trips I took last year, that were lots of fun, but I never found time to blog. Sorry / you're welcome / thank you / I know right! / slash.

Vitoria-Gasteiz 

Greg and I head out to hang out with Suzana for the day, as we walk around and explore downtown Vitoria-Gasteiz.


Pintxos at the award-winning bar, whose name I cannot remember
Pintxos at the award-winning bar, whose name I cannot remember

Moving sidewalks in the city, really?
Moving sidewalks in the city, really? 

Beautiful street art, and some mural in the background
Beautiful street art, and some mural in the background

In city center
In city center 

Valladolid

Everyone says the purest Spanish is in Castilla y León, so Ana and I head to the center of it, the city of Valladolid, to discover if it's true, and to visit the famous National Sculpture Museum.

Plaza Mayor... at night (be impressed)
Plaza Mayor... at night (be impressed)

One of many in the beautiful parks of the city
One of many in the beautiful parks of the city

It's quite difficult to photobomb a painting, but I tried
It's quite difficult to photobomb a painting, but I tried

Ok, who has more body hair?
Ok, who has more body hair?


Logroño

Alex, Alexis, and I (Alextim) head down to Logroño at the end of the St Mateo wine festival, where we eat pintxos on the famed Calle Laurel, and walk around the city, witnessing the many bachelor/ette parties and festivities related to the festival, that were all very festive.

Calle Laurel, home of the Logroñain pintxos
Calle Laurel, home of the Logroñain pintxos

Logroño is also known for Bodegas, however the one we wanted to see was closed, but we stilled selfied it like we went there
Logroño is also known for Bodegas, however the one we wanted to see was closed, but we stilled selfied it like we went there

A quaint town, full of life, and good times
A quaint town, full of life, and good times


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