The Rest of the Spain Cruise Adventure
I have to interrupt this program.
Yes we had a fantastic trip to Spain and continued on to visit the island of Lanzarote, a totally black-soiled isle home to the active Timanfaya volcano, wine produced by grapes grown in volcanic soil, the artist Cesar Manrique, and some mighty fine seafood.
Cruising past the coast of Morocco and the island of Ibiza, we docked in Malaga, but did not linger there. With the help of our newfound friends we made on ship through http://www.CruiseCritic.com, I put together a private tour to Granada (3 hours away) to see the magnificent Moorish palace, the Alhambra.
After one more day at sea, we ended the trip in Barcelona. Norwegian Cruise Line wants us off the boat early, so we had the entire day free before boarding our flight home the next morning. We bought an all-transport day pass and went to the highest peak and walked through the barrio to the beach.
And, strangely enough, I’ve been home since the middle of January, and it’s now May. George has been traveling, but just short trips where it wouldn’t have been a good deal for us to go.
But now, I am getting ready to hit the road again, and this is a biggie.
Tune in to the next post to see where…..