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This Sliding Bar can be switched on or off in theme options, and can take any widget you throw at it or even fill it with your custom HTML Code. Its perfect for grabbing the attention of your viewers. Choose between 1, 2, 3 or 4 columns, set the background color, widget divider color, activate transparency, a top border or fully disable it on desktop and mobile.

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About Melissa

With a degree in art history, a globetrotter’s urge to explore the globe, vociferous political leanings and a tendency towards introspection, the inspiration for my writing flows from numerous channels. And that is key with a list of clients ranging from NGOs to galleries to global conglomerates. Read more at melissamaldonado.com.

All Roads Lead to… Mérida!

By |octubre 17th, 2016|

To visit Mérida, the capital of Extremadura, is to take an epic voyage through the ages. With architectural wonders from the Roman Empire and the Muslim era, Mérida not only embodies a changing political landscape but also evidences the shifts in religious and cultural traditions. Founded in 25 BC, Emerita Augusta – the honorably discharged [...]

Sanlúcar de Barrameda: Come for the Wine, Stay for the Festivities!

By |septiembre 24th, 2016|

What better way to indulge in the richness of Andalucía than to savor a bowl of creamy, rich salmorejo sprinkled with jamón, feast on a plate of freshly caught pulpo, and sip on a tumbler of sherry? Enjoy regional culinary delicacies and an authentic Andalusian experience in Sanlúcar de Barrameda. The name of this seaside [...]

Roquetas del Mar: Where Fish and Folklore Abound

By |septiembre 7th, 2016|

Most people will not think of Roquetas del Mar when they think of Andalucía. That is exactly what makes this quaint fishing village the perfect secret getaway spot. Wander along the harbor where the local fishermen are hard at work bringing in the catch of the day or mending frayed nets. Enter the Faro de [...]

A Lonely Laguna Beckons

By |abril 27th, 2016|

Spain. Images are probably already popping up. Beaches. Tapas. Wine. It is hard to think of Spain without imagining warm nights sipping a cool Verdejo, salt spray on bronze-toasted skin or thinly-sliced jamon on fresh white bread. However, a mere 30 minutes outside of Sevilla you’ll find a luscious emerald green landscape: Las Doblas, an [...]

Dare to Discover Dílar

By |febrero 16th, 2016|

The Alhambra. A fortress, an epic monument, a historical treasure that is synonymous with Granada. It looms above the entire city dominating the morning skyline and brightening the night sky. A reminder of Granada’s Moorish roots and an architectural hymn to beauty and innovation. But Granada is so much more. Just on the outskirts of [...]

Santiago de Compostela

By |febrero 3rd, 2016|

With its mystical history and a story of origin that is the stuff of legends, Santiago de Compostela is a historical gem that attracts millions of visitors every year. From weary-soled pilgrims to university students to seasoned travelers, millions flock to this Galician treasure in search of great wine, unique cultural experiences, spiritual revelations or [...]