Ladies, and the 30% of you that are gentleman, this week is a going to be a bit of an odd one for two reasons. First, for perhaps the first time since the 12 days of Christmas series in 2012 I am going to give you a preview of what is coming this week. While backing up all of my photos on to my external hard drive I came across not one, not two, but THREE sets of pictures from my trip to Barcelona and Madrid last year that never made it to the blog, qué lástima!
So the second reason is because of this, I am going to be sharing three travel throwback posts this week as it was only fitting as the last week of April 2016 I was in Spain so it seems the appropriate time to share them and I am never one to let good pictures go to waste! You have seen one shot from my Postcards from Mardrid post but I wanted to share the rest of them today from my afternoon at this truly unique place, the Temple de Debod. This temple, which is very similar to the one in the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City, was originally located in Upper Egypt and dates back to 200 BC. It is located less than a mile from the Royal Palace in a park in the heart of the city and we spent a gorgeous hour one afternoon exploring:
Have you ever been to a installation in a city that reminds you so heavily of another?