Tables in Salamanca Spain

Salamanca in Central Spain is a little bit off the tourist route but well worth a visit.
It’s pretty much a university town with architectural splendour and a lively party scene. (like everywhere else in Spain). Of course it has its fair share of restaurants. This is one is in Salamanca’s main square, the Plaza mayor, a very grand baroque space built in the 18th century.

Empty tables waiting for customers at a alfresco restaurant, in Salamanca's Plaza Mayor in Spain

Empty tables waiting for customers at a alfresco restaurant, in Salamanca’s Plaza Mayor in Spain

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Whitewashed street in Mykonas

Mykonas is one of more well known Aegean Greek Islands. It’s know for its glittery celebrity life style and camp inclinations. Despite this and I say despite because not everyone covets the world of the ostentatious, it really is a great place. It’s multicultural extremely picturesque and retains a true Greek identity. I spent a few days longer in Mykonas than planned due to heavy seas ‘grounding’ the network of ferries. I could think of a lot worse places than this to be stranded! This street is one of many that makes up the maze that is Mykonas.

A whitewashed street in Mykonas one of the famous Greek Islands

A whitewashed street in Mykonas, one of the famous Greek Islands