In Pictures: Spain

In Pictures: Spain

We spent 11 days in Spain – mostly in San Sebastián and Málaga. Much of the time was spent wandering these beautiful cities aimlessly, getting lost in the side-streets of their large pedestrian areas.

Iglesia San Vicente in San Sebastian

Iglesia San Vicente in San Sebastián

A young girl enjoys a snack and a drive in San Sebastián.

A young girl enjoys a snack and a drive in San Sebastián.

Even on an overcast day, San Sebastián was beautiful!

Even on an overcast day, San Sebastián was beautiful!

On the beach in San Sebastián we found some puppeteers!

On the beach in San Sebastián we found some puppeteers!

We headed to the top of Mount Igueldo because we heard that was an old little amusement park. It turned out to mostly not be running.

We headed to the top of Mount Igueldo because we heard that there was an old little amusement park. It turned out to mostly not be running.

At least the mushrooms were having a good time on top of Mount Igueldo

At least the mushrooms were having a good time on top of Mount Igueldo.

A roller coaster that wasn't running.

A roller coaster that wasn’t running

Our Airbnb had a great looking knocker on the front door.

Our Airbnb had a great looking knocker on the front door.

Next to our Airbnb was a bar, Le Bukowski, which frequently had live music.

Next to our Airbnb was a bar, Le Bukowski, which frequently had live music.

Traffic jam!

Traffic jam!

Beneath our 6-story walk-up, these kids were having fun making music by banging away at trash.

Beneath our 6-story walk-up, these kids were having fun making music by banging away at trash.

A view of La Malagueta, a 19th century bullfighting ring (gross....)

A view of La Malagueta, a 19th century bullfighting ring (gross….) in Málaga.

A huge section of downtown Málaga is a pedestrian area with narrow streets for walking and no cars. This leads to very tight space between buildings.

A huge section of downtown Málaga is a pedestrian area with narrow streets for walking and no cars. This leads to very tight space between buildings.

Málaga's new ferris wheel is the biggest in Europe.

Málaga’s new ferris wheel is the biggest in Europe.

A flamenco dancer in the middle of a routine.

A flamenco dancer in the middle of a routine.

Charley Mills

Charley Mills

Charley is an operations specialist who most recently served as Director of Operations for Out Leadership, a global LGBT business organization. Prior to that, he was Director of Operations for the World Scholar’s Cup, an international educational tournament, where he oversaw events in Asia, the Middile East, Africa, and Europe. He is a dedicated fan of craft beer, and is a member of the New York City Master Chorale. He can be reached at charley@draftitinerary.com.

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