The beginning of 3 Sisters Abroad – 4 year Anniversary of blogging!

 So many memories are popping up on my facebook of 4 years when my sisters Paula and Muriel and myself travelled to Zurich via Singapore to embark on a journey of a lifetime. Our 12 hour flight from Singapore was full of chatting, eating, drinking and napping.  This trip all started the year before when …

Our last 2 days in Madrid – And a touch of Flamenco!

Our second day in Madrid and we woke up to pouring rain. After breakfast we would be boarding the coach to do a scenic drive around Madrid.  Unfortunately we couldn't see much as the rain pelted down.  I tried to take photos but it was mostly rain on the coach window. Sorry the picture is …

Madrid Spain Day 1

Our hotel in Madrid for the next 3 nights would be  the Hotel Villa Real on the Plaza de las Cortes. Before settling into the hotel would be a visit to the  Museo del Prado. The Prado - not Prada, Museum was celebrating its Bicentenary.  It officially opened on the 19 November 1819 as a …

Stunning Toledo Spain

Arriving into Toledo we were taken around the most scenic views I have seen, winding around  tight roads eventually  pulling in to a parking area where we literally jumped  off the coach to take in the views. The ancient city of Toledo stands on a hill above the Castilla-La-Mancha plains of central Spain. There is …

The Windmills of Consuegra Spain

Another early start thank goodness breakfast was lovely lots of gluten free food and I was given a wrapped gluten free biscuit with choc chips to have later. After an hour and half  our coach pulled into a roadside stop for those us to have a quick toilet break. Our next stop was in the …

Córdoba Spain

Arriving into Córdoba we  were advised it would be sightseeing first then taken to our hotel.  The following day we would be leaving around 8.30 am so no chance of seeing anything then. Our tour guide advised us  there would be a lot of walking and as it had been a long day a couple …

A Taste of Granada and Alfarnatejo Spain

We arrived in Granada at our hotel with just enough time to change clothes and then head back out to dinner.  It would be a fun night of laughter, good food, lots of wine and beer and music.  Our entertainment would be a group of Tuna Musicians.  No not fish 🙂  The restaurant was the El …

Ronda Spain – a town on the edge!

The streets of Ronda are narrow and tight so our coach dropped us off at the local bus station.   It wasn't far just a 10 minute walk.   Some of our group went shopping, Sarah,  Peter, Muriel and I found a small restaurant to have some lunch.  My stomach was playing up so I …

Day 2 – Seville Spain

This was our last morning in Seville, and it would be a busy one.  Breakfast was early as we had to check our bags onto the coach.  Due to the Easter Celebrations our coach was only allowed to be parked in the side street for 20 minutes.  We would meet up with our coach near …

2 Days in Seville Spain – Part 1

    As we were arriving in Seville our guide advised us that due to Easter Celebrations our itinerary would be changed.  She also advised that our bus would have 20 minutes to stop to allow us to alight from the bus and have our suitcases taken into the Hotel Colon Grand Melia.  As it …