Spain's Culture & Heritage
are no words that could accurately describe Spain during the summer. It is warm
and sunny with an absolutely perfect climate - it is not a dry heat, nor is it
humid and sticky. It is just perfect.
The architecture is out-of-this-world;
the country is dotted with stone homes, castles, and a stunning coastline. The
whole aura in Spain is so different than here in the United States. Everyone there
is very laid-back and relaxed. This worry-free lifestyle is so invigorating, especially
coming from the Northeastern United States where our daily life is filled with
hustle and bustle. Visiting Spain truly fulfills the meaning of vacation.
Unlike any place I have
ever seen before, Spain's coastline is actually in the countryside. There are
quaint streets running through this mountainous region where goats and cows can
be seen roaming down the middle of the road. It is so unbelievable! The most unique
part of visiting Spain is that I feel as though I am in another place and time.
While vacationing there,
the coolest things that I did were swimming, mountain climbing, touring the castles,
and taking a tour of a cave. Each were unique and memorable experiences, especially
because I had the great pleasure of sharing these once-in-a-lifetime experiences
with my family.
Until next time, Happy Travels!
© 2006, Jessica McDonnell
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