A month after their nest was discovered and then relocated, dozens of turtles dug their way out of their sandy nest.
DrFumblefinger stops by the beautiful The National Art Museum of Catalonia. Constructed for the 1929 World Expo, it is now one of the largest museums in Spain.
DrFumblefinger shares the story of the Torre del Oro, a popular landmark tower on Seville's riverfront.
On a tour of Salamanca, Marilyn Jones explores its two cathedrals and witnesses a wedding.
For centuries, this tiny village was caught in battles between Portugal and Spain. Marilyn Jones shares its troubled past and beautiful present.
Madrid is planning a huge urban forest project to improve its poor air quality and provide new parkland for its people.
A tour of masterpieces by Lluis Domenech i Montaner makes clear that Catalan modernism had more than one master.
A real-deal long-distance scenic ride for not very much...
DrFumblefinger shares photos of La Pedrera, a lovely limestone building in Barcelona desgined by the one and only Antoni Gaudi.
An unusual event, birth of a rare white lion cub, has zoo officials excited but the cub's mother is not interested.
Authorities are hunting for an intruder in the Douro River.
DrFumblefinger shares photos and details of a food tour he enjoyed in Madrid.
PHeymont discovers that a seemingly whimsical sculpture in a plaza in Seville is actually a serious homage to an important woman.
Spain's beaches are trying a variety of methods to prepare for the return of sun-seeking beachgoers.
Bob Cranwell, our resident travel philosopher and raconteur, shares another interesting travel tale rooted in Santiago de Compostela.