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Saturday, 23 April 2016



wow, wow, wow:)


Simply amazing, especially the archaic bridges and arches. So rich with history.

J.S. @ Sun Diego Eats

Amazing, adding this one to the list !


LOL Kat!

It's a really beautiful locale CC!

Hope you get to visit JS!


very cool! never heard of Ronda either, until seeing this post! love the bridges :)


It's a wonderful place Lynnea. So nice to hear from you; hope all is well!

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