With my team ready in Izaña. El Teide in the background In the late fifteenth and early sixteenth centuries, a type of insulting intelligence filled scrolls with drawings of machine designs and artifacts that could make man fly like birds. Leonardo Da Vinci thus tried to fulfill the dream of the human being to feel the wind on his face while enjoying aerial views of the earth's surface.
I write this post a few hours before its publication and I schedule it for after Spain's game against Germany in the semifinals of the World Cup. Those of Iberia have asked me not to talk about this promotion until the end of the match. Regardless of the outcome of the match, Iberia will open an exclusive offer to its Facebook and Twitter followers.
One of the best excursions in the Pyrenees that we can do in both French and Catalan Cerdanya is, without a doubt, the circuit around the lakes of La Bullosa -Lac des Bouillouses in French-. For all those who are not experienced mountaineers or have a level of physical preparation above the average, the protected area of the Bullosa offers a perfect opportunity to approach one of the Pyrenees peaks, the Carlit (a 2.
After enjoying the kayaking down the Umia River and cooling off in its cold waters, I put on some dry clothes and we left to continue knowing the wineries and pazos that make up the Rías Baixas Viño Route. Lagar de Pintos Winery We ate in an idyllic place A friendly and blissful Marta Castro opened the door of her house and her vineyards to the Lagar de Pintos Winery.
The Half Penny bridge in Dublin Dublin is one of my favorite cities in Europe. Not surprisingly, I lived there for about 9 years and I consider it as my second home. A city that has shaped my personality. Speaking of personality, that is something that the capital of Ireland does not lack. To discover it thoroughly, if you are not lucky enough to have a good Cicerone on the ground (sorry, but I already left a few years ago and I will not be able to show you Dublin) the best thing you can do is hire some excursions in Dublin in Spanish .
During these last two weeks we have asked you about the kilometers traveled across the planet that you have made during this year. The results are truly amazing. The survey shows that Viajablog readers travel around the world like real rockets. 25% have moved within 1,000 kilometers of their home to escape the routine while 75% have traveled more than 1,000 kilometers.