We each tried to come up with our favorite parts of the trip, but couldn’t. We couldn’t even decide which hotel was the best! I think Dory and I agree that this was one of the best trips either of us has ever taken. Here’s the end of it. AdvertisementsRead more "days 8 & 9 – casablanca and madrid"
Our last full day in Morocco, we wandered around Rabat and actually stopped to see some of the sights. The day ended with a sunset on the Atlantic.Read more "day 7 – rabat"
Wow! Morocco was amazing. First, I need to applaud myself a little bit for picking such awesome places to stay, though I also need to thank the owners of Hotel Al Alba and Riad Kalaa for creating such wonderful places. One of the things most obvious in these photos is the colors in the architecture. […]Read more "day 6 – assilah and rabat"
The fifth day of our trip was the day we crossed to Morocco. What a culture change!Read more "honeymoon day 5–tarifa, tangier, assilah"
This was our marathon day. It started with an unplanned and out-of-the-way trip to an old olive mill in a small town near Granada, then a 2.5 hour drive to a very cool bridge in Ronda, and it finished off with a 2 hour drive to the southernmost point in Spain. Along the way we […]Read more "honeymoon day 4-malaga, niguelas, ronda, tarifa"
On our second morning, we woke up in Seville. The hotel was beautiful, and it was a great way to start a fantastic day. We wandered around parts of the city,saw some interesting people and a whole lot of graffiti. At night, we headed downtown for dinner at the oldest tapas bar in the world, […]Read more "honeymoon–day 2 in sevilla"