30 de octubre de 2011

Travel: La Rioja & Navarra- Part 1


The romanic Cathedral of Santo Domingo de la Calzada, whose construction was started in 1150 in honour of Santo Domingo, sheltered the pilgrims on their way to Santiago de Compostela in Galicia.
La catedral románica de Santo Domingo de La Calzada se empezó a construir en en 1158 en honor a Santo Domingo y cobijaba a los peregrino en su camino a Santiago de Compostela.
                                     Nájera y río Najerilla
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  1. oh my i love the gold interior! spain has such a huge medieval history, always so interesting! love your print clash as always! o and those shoulder, superb!

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  2. Que tal el viaje!? Muy guapa para hacer turismo ;), esos dulces tiene muy buena pinta

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  3. It's so beautiful. I love places like Spain, you can get lost (with just being drenched) in its history & art influence. Lovely purple printed skirt. xxoo

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  4. Enredando he llegado a tu blog, y llevo más de una hora disfrutando de tu estilo. Me gusta como mezclas, combinas, y me encantan tus cinturones. Soy una apasionada de los cinturones, creo que siempre llevo cinturón, bueno, excepto con vaqueros aunque se me caigan, es mi manía ;)

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  5. How gorgeous are these places? Love that there is so much history...I would love to visit there sometime...

    Your skirt is so pretty!
    x.o.x.o

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  6. Beautiful place... I love the photos. you look gorgeous as always. I love the striped top! :)

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  7. Ooh I cannot wait to visit you one day, Sacramento - please take me there! The church is so beautiful and that landscape photo is just gorgeous. It looks as though it's really cooling down there now and I love that striped top with the fabulous shoulders on you!

    Sraah xxx

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  8. que fotos tan lindos, me recuerdo de mis viajes en navara! y tu siempre stylish y de viaje tambien! espero otras fotas de tus vacaciones.mil besos , mi querida!

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  9. Oh wow the place looks gorgeous!! :D:X Great photos :D

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  10. Estuviste en La Rioja? Nosotras somos de allí :)
    ¿Qué sitios visitaste además de Santo Domingo y Nájera?
    Si todavía estás por allí podemos recomendarte varias ciudades que no te puedes perder.
    Besos.

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  11. Oh my gosh, the cathedral is so beautiful. You look fantastic, and I'm loving the prints!! These are such incredible photos. Wow.

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  12. que fotos mas bonitas. la catedral es preciosa y tu ibas guapisima.
    besos
    fran

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  13. I always so love you pictures. They take me happily away to another place that I can only dream of seeing.
    I am trying to catch up on blogging been away and internet issues.
    I might also add, you have quite a gorgeous boot collection!

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  14. I've missed you! Glad you're back :D. Such a beautiful cathedral and the countryside is so stunning. Now I want to go on holiday! Your pattern clash outfit is great!!! <3

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  15. Gracias por la excursión que me has dado sin moverme de casa.

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  16. thank you for showing us this place. it is very beautiful.

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  17. Mi niña, unas fotos más q bonitas, nos invitan a viajar contigo y sin salir d casa, eso es un lujo y una generosidad tremenda d tu parte!! Como siempre vas guapísima y m encanta como t quedan los volantes d los hombros d la chaqueta t arma mucho la parte d arriba y t queda d maravilla!!!!
    Un beso enorme y feliz dominguito!!!!

    (tengo entradita nueva, ya sabes aviso pq tardo tanto q si no lo digo no os enteráis!!!!)

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  18. Great pattern mixing as always.
    I love the photos, I don't think I've ever seen that part of Spain, in detail at least and it is absolutely beautiful.
    The little chickens are particularly darling :)

    xxxx

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  19. Incredible! I especially like the photo of you with the Madonna.

    Increible! Me gusta especialmente la photo de tu con la Madona.

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  20. The gold intricate detail on the building is amazing.....you are looking fab as always hunnie....really love these posts with all of your amazing photos....Happy Sunday!!

    Enter my Shabby Apple Fab Frock Giveaway!!

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  21. Everything so delicious and delightful, lovely lady.xxxxxxxxxx.

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  22. Hi my love!
    How gorgeous are these?!!!!
    LOVE this type of photo and I do love to be the one behind the cammy sometimes! So good to be back. I missed you all..........
    Hugs,
    Reva

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  23. bueno, me encanta ese estilo viajero que tienes, con tu camiseta de rayas y volantes y tu falda florida, y además, abrigadita y cómoda!
    Y por supuesto, las fotos son estupendas y son lugares que me gustan un montón, esa zona es chulísima, y pronto estaré allí!!!!!
    besos

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  24. fantastic statues and you look lovely! -T

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  25. Oh my, the architecure and statue details are amazing!! The bread in the last picture looks yummy, and you look beautiful!!

    Thanks for sharing my dear!

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  26. Mira que turista tan guapa!!! Me encantan las fotos de los pueblos y las catedrales, adoro las catedrales y monasterios, no soy creyente, pero encuentro que tienen un misticismo y un encanto super especial, a que si??
    Me encanta tu manera de combinar las flores con las rayas, y los botines!!! Di que si que vivan las maezclas y los contrastes, que sería de nosotras sin ellos he ?' ;-) Besotes!!
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  27. Your photos and your eye for pattern mixing are as wonderful as ever.
    I know you will have had a wondeful time, with so many beautiful places to visit. xxx

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  28. I can't wait till my mom wakes up and I can show her these pictures. I thank you so much. I thank blogging for the opportunity to meet you and see these places I've only heard of. I'm getting mad ganas to go to Spain now. It looks incredible. Un dia....

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  29. preciosas fotos, me han gustado mucho las gallinas de chocolate, se ve que lo has pasado genial!!
    besines guapa!!

    Duapara

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  30. Hello dear friend! I love the countryside pictures- the view over the water is lovely! And the bread makes me hungry...how I wish we could break bread together and enjoy the view side by side. -Bella Q

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  31. I love places with historic significance. Would love to visit one day!

    ♡ from © tanvii.com

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  32. Me encantan tus fotos! No conozco a esa parte de Espana :) Love the outfit too, the skirt is gorgeous xxx

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  33. OMG what stunning photos!Such beautiful places,such history!
    And there you are,looking like you belong,and looking fabulous to boot!
    XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX

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  34. Beautiful photos! You looked fashionably fab on your adventure!

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  35. What beautiful photos of beautiful things. I cannot imagine what seeing things hundreds of years old would be like. It would have to be amazing.

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  36. What fabulous and imposing sights but they pale into insignificance next to you. You look gorgeous. I've missed you. xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

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  37. yo soy de la rioja, jejej!!!Muy chulas las fotooos y muy guapa!muuuaks!

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  38. Looks like a great trip! Loving what you're wearing ;) Muchos besos!

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  39. Que lugas mas hermoso, lleno de historia y los unas imagenes de santos bellisimas.
    Espero que la hayas pasado muy bien y que continues mostrandonos tus aventuras.

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  40. I love all the interior and designs of old churches. thank you for sharing some pictures of your travel:) jealous is what I feel!

    Oh by the way, I love your skirt your boots!

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  41. Fascinating- I love old interiors like this. I see from your jacket that it's getting colder there.

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  42. Hola, ¡que preciosidad de fotos! se ve que allí ya hacia frío, aqui en Mallorca se ha hecho de rogar pero ya hemos sacado las cahquetas, besitos

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  43. What gorgeous scenery! Love those super puffy sleeves on the sweater...fab!!

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  44. Bienvenida de vuelta a casa!! Me encanta la primera parte de las fotos... yo hoy estuve de descanso ( mira que es raro ) en Santander, en un pueblo precioso a la orilla del mar entre montañas ... caminamos muchismo...estuve a punto de desfallecer jajaja

    BESOS

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  45. No conozco yo La Rioja y Navarra, son de las zonas de España que me quedan por visitar. Y aunque no soy mucho de visitar iglesias ni monumentos en general (a mí me va más el turismo de patear calles y ver mercadillos y tiendas jajaja), la verdad es que por las fotos que pones me encantaría conocer Santo Domingo de La Calzada.

    Tú guapísima como siempre, con prendas cómodas para ir de viaje pero estilosas y sin renunciar a tu estilo propio, como debe ser ;)

    1 beso enorme!

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  46. Those buildings are breathtaking and all the food looks yummy! Can I go with you on your next trip? lol Kiah

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  47. This cathedral is so beautiful, I really don't have the words to do it justice!

    I like the looks of such yummy food also!

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  48. What a wonderful place! I love the photos of the church.

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  49. First love the outfit, fly as always! Second what great pictures, I want to me there!!! Ain't that yummy bread calling my name!

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  50. sacramento, you are juts to cool! love that skirt and how you paired it with stripes, I also do that from time to time.

    the pcis are so beautiful, got me dreaming away about spain :)

    xoxo,
    meelusha

    xoxo,
    meelusha

    p.s. would be honored if you'd visit my blog again soon and let me know what you think!

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  51. These pictures are so lovely. It's really a beautiful place.
    Your outfit is very nice, love these colors and style.
    xx

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  52. Ahora si que si tengo que preparar una excursión por La Rioja. Qué bonito!

    Y tu anterior post increíble. Una de las cosas que más me gusta es eso, adaptar un lookbook a tu armario.
    Genial!

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  53. Glorious photos, I feel like I just had a little Spanish vacation. I love when I learn something about Spain from you. Your country is high on my list of places to visit! Also, stripes and flowers on you, one of my favorite combinations, you wear them well! XO, Jill

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  54. Magnificent photos! So happy that you're back and sharing your beauty!

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  55. Love your outfit and the photos of the church which are similar to some churches in La República de las Filipinas (after all, we were under Spain for 300 years).
    Hope your Monday is going well :)
    Joy x

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  56. Lovely photographs, it looks beautiful. I love the stripes, florals combo outfit.

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  57. Oh I definitely want to visit it one day! Love the clash of prints in your look!Looking forward to see your part 2 too xx

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  58. wow gorgeous just gorgeous pictures! looks like you had a lovely time! amazing scenery and you look absolutely lovely! great outfit and thanks for sharing these wonderful photos of your trip with us!

    xo
    A_riot

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  59. Que bonita la catedral! Estuve de pequeña en la Rioja de viaje pero de paso, no he visto esa catedral. Tu falda también me gusta mucho.

    Bss.
    http://melancora.blogspot.com

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  60. It is so beautiful there! The architecture is so incredibly beautiful and inspiring!!!!Your mixed prints are as lovely as always, especially loving the cosy warm accessories and outerwear! Happy Monday! =)

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  61. I'm blown away by the beauty! The architecture is so gorgeous! Happy Monday, sweetie. I just love your outfit :) xoxo

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  62. That cathedral looks stunning! Bet it was even more beautiful being there!
    xxxx

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  63. Qué maravilla de fotos, expresan buen gusto, tu estás guapísima¡¡ me alegro que hayas disfrutado de tu escapada.
    Bsitos from Pasión Naïf

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  64. Stunning photography. That church is so beautiful. Thank you for sharing your travels with us.

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  65. Un pueblo maravilloso y pintoresco. Estuvimos el año pasado, comimos de maravilla y bebimos mucho mejor....¡repetiremos!

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  66. what a beautiful pictures to share and you look so cutexxx

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  67. Que bonito lugar y que guapa tú! Esa chaqueta de rayas estuve a puntito de comprármela yo! Pero llegué tarde... :( La falda también es preciosa! muy campesina! muy yo! jeje!
    Un besazo gordo!!
    MY LITTLE SUEDE SHOES

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  68. What a a beautiful place to visit. Thank you for sharing. Xxxx

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  69. Que autenticos son algunos pueblos perdidos de españa no?

    besotes

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  70. Amazing! I am enjoying learning more about Spanish culture. Thanks for sharing this! Tomorrow, I will be visiting one of the old Spanish missions in CA. I hope to learn more there too.

    You look fabulous with your fur collar and prints! xxxx

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  71. Hermosas fotos. un lindo lugar.

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  72. I adore Spain, so really loving these photos! And your touring outfit is simply fab! xxxxx

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  73. wow. this is wonderful. makes me want to come to espana again!! I love your skirt too : wonderful colour....

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  74. I love these photos, and you know I'm a huge fan of Spain now! What a stunning country!

    Besos~

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  75. real nice photos... wanna go on spanish a holiday too!

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  76. OMG! Spain is so beautiful, i never been to Spain, i travelled a lot but never went, should go one day!

    Sorry to ear that your doctor messed up and have to redo the ops, well i see it is the same all over the world

    Cute outfit you have love the stripes and floral

    Ariane xxxxx

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  77. you're very inspiring ;)
    love the photos!

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  78. Sacramentito,
    usted sabe me encantan sus cathedrales y inglesias tan bonitas y grandiosas.esta viviera en una de esas cathedrales. la gallita tan curiosa, quiero una. me encant su coat y falda se mira come una bella turista.
    besotes

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  79. Wow! I will add this to my list of 'must see' when we visit in December! I love the puff sleeves on your top! And as always you look gorgeous and are a pattern clash master! :)

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  80. you are such a genius at pattern mixing! you look great and this scenery is amazing! that bread sure looks good...

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  81. That place is so beautiful! The detail is just gorgeous! I love visiting places like that! You look lovely as always, dear! Love the skirt and the striped top combo!

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  83. el combinar rayas con otro estampado es algo que siempre hay que llevar en el bolsillito:)

    xx, Rachel <3<3

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  85. hola! =)

    acabo de descubrir tu blog y me he estado un buen rato mirando entradas! la verdad es que me parece que haces unos looks con muchisima personalidad! me ha gustado mucho

    nos vemos por aquí. Bss*

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  86. de superbes photos, elles sont magnifiques, et toi je te trouve radieuse

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  87. Hola sacramento...ante nada mil gracias por tu visita y tus palabras...estoy viendo tu blog y es ...genial...muchas gracias!!!!

    besos

    tatiana

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  88. Such a beautiful Cathedral. I love its surroundings.
    You look lovely as usual, only you know how to mix 2 different prints to make it work.
    Missed you too, sorry I've been MIA for so long.

    Hugssss ^ _ ^

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  89. Qué maravilla de entrada, me hace pensar en todo lo estupendo que queda por aquí, aún sin destrozar!
    Me encanta verte Sacramento... inspirando siempre ♡

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  90. oooh I see the weather is colder there too! great boots in the previous post too....that colour! xxx

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  91. Oh I love Spain...but unfortunatly i was in the border of Portugal so i just went Tui, Salamanca e another one! The European barroco and renaiscense style are my fave!
    You look so amazing with the mixixng prints!
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  92. I love chrches in Spain, they are so baroque !
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  93. Qué fotos tan bonitas! Acabo de descubrir tu blog y te sigo para estar en contacto!
    Un besito,
    Mónica

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  94. Amazing Architecture pictures. Love your stripe and floral outfit combo.

    XO,
    Patience
    www.justpatience.com

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  95. Oh! muchas gracias por pasar por mi blog! siempre agradesco que me visiten y lo aprecio mas cuando quien lo hace es alguien con un blog tan interesante y con tantos seguidores como el tuyo.
    Yo ya te habia visto antes, me gusta tu blog, que hermoso lugar por donde andas!!y si, esos dulces se ven muy buenos.

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  96. Puedo ver totalmente la influencia Espanola en muchos templos en Mexico! que buen viaje! xx

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  97. Hi , your style is so cute!
    I'm now following you , if you like my blog ,can do the same:
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  98. El norte es unos de os sitios que nunca he ido de España y espero poder hacerlo pronto y poer disfrutar de sus preciosas vistas y de su bien comer! jejejejeje
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    xoxo
    P

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  99. Amazing pictures!~ I just came back form Seville & Madrid, The churches there were all covered with gold. Fabulous! XX

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  100. Qué genial la cuchillería y los dulces!! Sigue con estas crónicas, por fa!

    xoxo
    B* a la Moda

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  101. Oh my gosh it's all so fabulous! I hope you had a wonderful time. Looks like you did.

    Kisses,
    Heather

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