Trujillo Streets, Spain

Trujillo was one of my favorite stops during my recent visit to Spain. It has all the key elements: a castle, plaza mayor, medieval churches, and great food. As mentioned before, I like to roam through these old towns, just amble along, take in the sights, snap a few photos and make a few videos. Naturally food and beverages are involved, but I’ll get to those in another post. For now, here’s a video of the stroll:

Lots of blind alleys, corner doorways, and even a cat. Like I said above, all the key elements. That cat looks a lot like my cat, too. Maybe they’re distant cousins. In future posts, I’ll be covering the places where I stayed and dined. Both were fantastic. Then again, most all of them were in Spain. That’s why I keep going back.

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